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For questions regarding FCC'S CollegeLink Dual Enrollment Classes, contact our FCC Rep, Evelyn Penilla : [email protected]


To Schedule an Individual Appointment, click QR code below or click HERE.

FCC rep


WEBSITE: https://www.fullcoll.edu/




FCC Future Hornet Sessions - In Person!

Future Hornets Sessions



FCC Virtual Counseling Appointments for Seniors!

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Collegelink summer p1


CL summer p3


Biotech summer



Benefits of participating in Dual Enrollment:

  • Earn college credit at EDHS for FREE
  • Get ahead and start college now! 
  • Save money in books and tuition
  • Earn high school elective credit at the same time
  • Be better prepared for college
  • This college credit transfers to most colleges and universities
FCC Family Academy Workshops
family workshops
FCC Financial Aid Workshops for Seniors!
financial aid
SENIORS - If you are interested in pursuing a career in the criminal justice field, FCC would like you to learn more about their new cohort and application process.

The cohort model is designed for incoming freshmen students in their first year who wish to pursue a career in the criminal justice field.

Some examples of careers in the Administration of Justice/Criminal Justice field are as follows:
Law Enforcement
911 Dispatcher
Emergency Management
K-9 Officer
Private Investigator
Attorney/Criminal Law
Federal Agencies (FBI, DEA, CIA)
Crime Scene Investigator
Homeland Security, Border Patrol

This program is built to support selected students in their educational pathway by providing a dedicated, specialized AJ counselor who co-creates an education plan with each student, second-year peer mentor guidance, pre-selected courses exclusive to the cohort, which includes a textbook loan program and guaranteed seats (no waitlist) in the cohort courses. As well, the AJPP offers a wide range of experiences, such as filed trips, workshops, and social and networking events to help ensure students successfully complete a degree, certificate, and/or transfer.

If you would like to learn more about the requirements, benefits, and access the application, please visit their webpage: https://educationalpartnerships.fullcoll.edu/administration-of-justice-pathway-program/

In case you haven’t done so, please remember to submit your Fullerton College application before applying to the AJPP. You will need a Fullerton College Student ID when you apply to their program.

If you have questions about the program, please email: [email protected]
Administration of justice
Administration of Justice
FCC EOPS Program!
FCC Puente Program!
FC Teacher Pathway Program

The Teacher Pathway Program is a cohort-based learning community, which serves incoming first-year students who are interested in pursuing a career in education. We aim to assist students with educational plans by providing a wide range of academic support services to ensure successful completion of a degree and/or transfer. Some of these services include a first-year cohort, which gives students reserved seating during their first-year classes. We also have a specified counselor and Peer Mentors to help guide students.  

teaching matters



The STEM Success Learning Community (STEM SLC) at Fullerton College is excited to announce their cohort application is now open. Their program is set up to support first-year students who are pursuing STEM majors and career pathways. Benefits include: cohort style courses, STEM specific counseling, career guidance, transfer university workshops, connection to undergraduate research opportunities, plus so much more!

The application can be accessed through the STEM SLC website: https://stem.fullcoll.edu/stemslc/ as well as on the QR code below.

For questions email [email protected]
See below or click here to learn about CSU General Education units or IGETC courses.
FCC areas for credit
1. Does my student need to attend Fullerton College to receive the college units earned from these classes?
No, the college units are on Fullerton College's official transcript which can be sent to the college the student plans to attend. Students must pass these classes in order to receive units. If your student plans to attend a private college, please contact them directly to inquire about transferable units. Visit https://admissions.fullcoll.edu/transcripts/ for information to receive your official transcript.
2. Are the classes scaled down for high school students?
No, the classes are equally as rigorous as other college classes as they are taught by college Professors.
3. Will these grades be on my permanent record?
Yes, all grades will be included on your permanent college transcript and affect your college GPA. This has negative consequences if students fail the class.
4. Will these classes be on the High School transcript?
Only if you need the credit to graduate high school. Please be sure to let your Counselor know.
5. What is a Withdrawal "W" grade?
A withdrawal grade indicates that a student withdrew or dropped a class and it will not affect the GPA. Students that drop before 20% of the total class time will not receive any record of having taken or dropped the class. Please see Fullerton College's handout on Withdrawal grades for more information.
6. After registering for a class, how do I drop a class if I am no longer interested in taking it?
Please refer to the "How to drop Classes" handout at the bottom of this page for instructions on how to do this.
7. Can I take multiple classes in the same semester?
We only recommend taking 1 class in the same semester. Remember that these are college courses and have very rigorous curriculum. We have seen a handful of students be successful with 2 classes, but it is rare as the workload can be overwhelming. You are however, allowed to take a 1 unit course that's being offered and a 3 unit course at the same time. In the summer term, students are only allowed to take 1 class
8. How many classes can I take?
We recommend only taking 1 class at a time to promote a balanced, healthy schedule. You can take a class anytime throughout your 4 years in high school. Talk to your counselor if you would like to take more than 1 class.
9. I am a 9th grader, what classes can I take?
CollegeLink courses are intended for 11th-12th grade students, but if you are a self-motivated and hard working 9th-10th grade student, you may do well in our classes. You will need your Counselor's or CCT approval to recommend you for a class. Please note that 11th-12th grade students will have priority. Some classes also have requirements or are intended for 11th-12th grade students only so be sure to check with your College and Career Tech.
10. Can I take a course that is not on the list?
Yes, you may take a course that is not offered as a CollegeLink class, however, you will need to pay for your own textbook and you will be in a class with other Fullerton College students. You can select classes through the Special Admit program. Learn more here. You may also take classes at other Community Colleges, but you may need to pay for tuition and/or textbooks. You can go to the respective community college's website and search for dual enrollment course information for high school students.