Here at Fullerton College you're able to learn a wide variety of different subjects. As for myself, who is learning his ways to have a career Computer Engineering, I've gained a great amount of knowledge in just a few semesters!
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I recommend Fullerton to anyone trying to get their generals out of the way, I wouldn't want to go anywhere else the neighborhood is extremely nice and the style of life is high class ,I don't like the fast life of L.A but I love L.A and Fullerton is just perfect because its in the same area but not in all the hectic traffic» Read More
The teachers here don't push students too much and their class sizes are large. Office hours are limited, and it is difficult for a working student to get time with a teacher for extra help. The campus is also extremely large, confusing, and in constant construction; which makes navigating difficult.» Read More
Fullerton College, in my opinion, is a standard junior college. Most people are either just trying to get an associates or are preparing to transfer. With Fullerton High School LITERALLY ACROSS THE STREET and Cal State Fullerton LITERALLY DOWN THE STREET, Fullerton College is an affordable bridge to higher education.» Read More
Fullerton College is a close community with students and faculty who grow together. The college's diverse demographics expose the students to the diverse world which they will be working with. The involvement from students and teachers are a constant motivator for those attending the college.» Read More
Fullerton College is a great place for students to learn. The faculty have excellent teaching abilities and really care for the success of their students. The faculty to student ratio is small and therefore the closer knit community allows for greater interaction between students and faculty and ultimately greater success.» Read More