The Central Valley Promise is a region-wide effort to promote college as a viable option for students. The Promise will ensure that if students and their parents pledge to do what it takes in middle and high school to prepare, college will be there for them in the future, guaranteed.
This year, the FCC singers have received a special invitation to perform as the spotlight ensemble on the stage of Carnegie Hall on June 15, 2019. The concert, titled “Reflections on Unity” and sponsored by National Concerts Ltd., will feature collegiate ensembles from around the country, performing together and premiering music composed for the event. Selected by audition, the FCC ensembles have received the distinct honor of performing a program on their own as a part of this year’s concert!
Each fall CityFest is held in the courtyards of the Old Administration Building. Alumni, retirees and community members are invited for a festive evening complete with food, silent auction and dancing under the stars with proceeds benefiting FCC student scholarships! The Social Sciences Dean's Medallion Scholarship is the focus of this year’s fundraising. The FCC Dean's Medallion winners not only represent scholastic achievement, but perseverance.
The charitable gifts we receive from private donors provides hundreds of scholarships to our most deserving students. It also reflects their commitment to education and the success of our students. We are very grateful to all of our donors and their loyalty.
Fresno City College has a service tradition of supporting students in need during the holidays. For over thirty-five years, faculty, staff, and community partners have donated funds to support students with a holiday meal. Deserving students are nominated and screened to receive a $50 Save Mart gift card. The students nominated are in good standing, but are experiencing hardship or are a single parent.
The Ram Pantry is a free food assistance program for college students currently enrolled at Fresno City College with an Associated Student Body (ASB) card. The Ram Panty believes that food insecurity and hunger should not be a barrier to success for students. The goal is to increase the graduation and course completion rate of our students.