REACH Program

Supporting Foster & Homeless Youth Reaching for Higher Education

HOURS

Monday - Friday 
8:00 am - 5:00 pm vary daily

CONTACT

Phone: 559.443.8565
Email: Paula Peterson
Location: ST-108 (Student Services Building #10)
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Fresno City College
Attn: Student Services REACH Program
1101 E University Avenue
Fresno, CA 93741

Services

  • Individual support and hands on guidance and assistance from application to degree completion
  • Ongoing academic and advising support, and personal counseling
  • Career exploration & advising, transfer planning, financial aid applications, schedule planning, & student educational plans (SEP)
  • Priority registration
  • Counseling courses in the area of personal growth & development provided each semester

Join Now

The REACH Program is in alignment with the Fresno City College Student Equity Plan which enables accessibility and support services for our Foster/Homeless students to further prevent disproportionate transfer, degree and certificate completion rates.

This program accepts students year round. To see if you qualify or speak to a counselor, please email: Paula Peterson

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Eligibility

  • Meet general admission requirements as outlined by Fresno City College (FCC) or be a current enrolled FCC student
  • Open to all ages of former foster youth
  • Homeless students as defined by McKinney-Vento Law
  • Extends support to those outside of the EOPS requirements

Program Overview

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