Many Support Services Transition Online

March 29, 2020

Starting March 30, many services will begin again at Fullerton College in remote formats, including Zoom video conferences, eAdvising, eCounseling, and phone calls.

Academic Support Center (ASC)

Drop-in Online Tutoring: The ASC is now offering drop-in online tutoring via Zoom with Fullerton College faculty in the Reading Center and Writing Center. Please click here to submit a request for a drop-in session with faculty. English as a Second Language faculty are also offering academic support via Zoom for students in ESL classes. For more information, email

Smarthinking Online Tutoring: Students have access to free online tutoring: anytime, anywhere through with Smarthinking. This tutoring service allows students to chat with a live tutor 24 hours a day from any internet connection. Many subjects are available including writing, math (basic math through Calculus II), accounting, statistics, finance, economics, biology, physics, chemistry, and Spanish. Students may:

  • Immediately connect and interact with a live tutor
  • Schedule a personal session with a tutor of choice
  • Submit a question and receive a reply from a tutor
  • Submit a paper for a tutor to review

More information and a direct link to Smarthinking can be found here:

Math Lab

The Fullerton College Math Lab will offer virtual tutoring Monday through Friday until further notice. Tutoring will be available to all Fullerton College math students, Monday – Thursday from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. and on Fridays from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.


  • Zoom link to access tutoring:
  • Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll):  +16699006833,8391903382# or +13462487799,8391903382#
  • Or Telephone:
    +1 669 900 6833 (US Toll)
    +1 346 248 7799 (US Toll)
    +1 312 626 6799 (US Toll)
    +1 646 876 9923 (US Toll)
    +1 253 215 8782 (US Toll)
    +1 301 715 8592 (US Toll)
    Meeting ID: 839 190 3382
    International numbers available:

Skype for Business (Lync):


The Counseling Department will have counseling appointments available via phone and Zoom. Students will also have access to eAdvising and other platforms for general inquiries. Please visit the Counseling website to learn more.

Transfer Center

The Transfer Center invites students to submit any transfer-related questions to this website. Staff will do their best to respond within 24-48 hours or sooner – during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. Additionally, the Transfer Center is preparing to provide students with eCounseling (phone & video conferencing) as well as eAdvising for general transfer and application assistance. The center is also working toward providing workshops in an online format for students to access.

Promise Program Outreach

Normally, this time of year would include many in-person services offered at local high schools to support incoming students as they apply to the college and the Promise Program, which provides two years of free tuition to first-time college students. While high schools and Fullerton College remain closed, incoming Promise Program students are invited to view several videos to help them get started on their Fullerton College journey. Numerous virtual office hours are also available. Visit the Outreach website for more information.


Previously Mentioned Services


Resources Finder

The Office of Student Support Services is actively building out a resource finder for students. Please visit the Resource Finder website to learn more.


Just like always, Fullerton College librarians are here to help with research! We may just have to do it a little bit differently than before. In consideration of the safety of our campus community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now extending our research support services to remote, internet-based solutions. Visit the Library website to learn more about remote support.

Distance Education

There are many resources to help students learn the college’s online learning management system called Canvas and to transition to remote learning.  The mission of the Distance Education Department is to support the success of Fullerton College students who use educational technology and that is more important than ever before. All students are encouraged and welcome to take a Canvas course “Becoming an Effective Remote Learner.” This is not the students’ instructional courses. This is to help students get ready for the transition of their classes to web-based formats.

Food Bank

The Fullerton College Food Bank is currently closed along with the rest of the college. However, students may receive the same services at the HUB of Hope by Pathways of Hope at Richman Park. In addition to food services, Pathways of Hope offers life skills classes, hygiene kits, diapers, transportation assistance, clothing vouchers, California photo ID referral services, and community resources and referrals. The HUB is open Monday to Friday, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Call 714.680.3691 ext: 220 for more information.

Hub of Hope
611 South Ford Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832