Career & Technology Center (CTC)


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

Contact Us

Phone: 559.265.5700
Fax: 559.499.6001

Fresno City College
Career & Technology Center (CTC)
2930 East Annadale Avenue
Fresno, CA 93725

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Submit CTC - Programs Interest Form

Fill out the interest form, and we will follow up!

Attend CTC - Orientation for Noncredit Programs 

*Note: Maintenance Mechanic program (900 Hours) is the only non-credit program offered at CTC.

CTC Orientations are now in-person on the CTC campus (2930 E Annadale Ave, Fresno)

  • Please plan to arrive early as no one will be allowed to enter orientation after 9 am

CTC - Orientation Schedule Spring/Summer 2024

  • Monday, May 6th, 9:00am-10:00am
  • Monday, May 20th, 9:00am-10:00am
  • Monday, June 3rd, 9:00am-10:00am
  • Monday, June 17th, 9:00am-10:00am
  • Monday, July 1st, 9:00am-10:00am
  • Monday, July 15th, 9:00am-10:00am
  • Monday, July 29th, 9:00am-10:00am

Programs Offered at CTC

Starting in the Fall of 2024, Automotive Collision Repair Technology course ACRT-153-29181 will be offered at the Career Technology Center. 

  • ACRT-153-29181
    • Lecture
      • MTWTh, 7:30AM-8:35AM
      • 08/12/2024 - 11/21/2024
    • Lab
      • MTWTh, 8:45AM-1:00PM
      • 08/12/2024 - 11/27/2024

For more information, please use the course schedule to find and register for the course or contact the Applied Technology Division Office (T-100 Building) by calling 559-442-8273.

Maintenance Mechanic (30-Weeks, Noncredit Program)
Updated on 03/28/2024

Currently three cohorts of the MMCTC program are offered at CTC:

  • Morning Cohort
    • Time: 7:00 AM - 12:50 pm
  • Late Morning Cohort 
    • Time: 11:30 AM - 05:20 PM
  • Evening Cohort
    • Time: 4:00 PM - 9:50 PM

Admission Process - Noncredit Programs

Admission to the noncredit programs at CTC is a very simple process. 

  1. Submit the CTC - Programs Interest Form online
  2. Attend CTC - Orientation offered in-person on the CTC campus every other Monday** at 9 am (see schedule above)
  3. Submit the CTC - Enrollment Form after attending the CTC - Orientation (IMPORTANT)
  4. Apply Online: If you have not submitted an FCC application in the last two years, complete the online admission application process. (Need help with the application! Watch the Video Tutorial)
  5. Attend One-on-One appointment with the CTC - Administrative Staff to obtain a Start Date
  6. Schedule an appointment with the CTC - Counselor to start the Student Education Plan (SEP)
  7. Prepare to start the program by acquiring all required materials and supplies for your program
  8. Show up on the assigned Start Date at tech CTC.
    1. You can also plan to visit the classroom prior to your start date by contacting CTC - Administration Office.

**: Except on holidays observed by the District

Benefits: Noncredit Programs

Noncredit opens doors to students who may not otherwise consider attending a community college. 

  • Low cost (No tuition for Noncredit courses)
  • Open entry* (Call us to find out the next program start dates) 
  • Financial aid for those eligible (Apply for Financial Aid)

*: Depending on the available spots in the programs, prospective students can enter programs several times throughout the year. 

Student Services

Our number one priority is your success in our programs and we have several services offered at CTC to help you.

Need financial assistance? Not to worry!

Financial aid helps you pay for college. Financial assistance covers educational expenses including tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, and transportation. There are several types of financial aid, including grants and scholarships, work-study, and loans. Financial aid awards may include a combination of the various types of aid.

  • Email Tina Hernandez, Financial Aid Specialist
  • Phone: 559-442-8251
  • Office hours at CTC (SP2024): 8 am - 11 am every other Thursday
    • April 4, April 18
    • May 2

The Career and Employment Center provides a variety of resources to currently enrolled students and FCC alumni. We have a experienced Job Placement Coordinator that works exclusively with CTC students and provide various services e.g. Pre-employment counseling, resume development, and job leads for students

Quick Links for Students

A parking or daily permit will be required to park on campus. Faculty and Staff may purchase a semester or annual permit. Students can only purchase semester permits. A Parking Permit will be required for the Fall 2023 Semester at all SCCCD Campuses.

The Semester’s permit must be displayed in plain view with all numbers and markings clearly visible. All privately owned vehicles parked at any SCCCD campus must conspicuously display a valid permit through the windshield. A registered motorcycle must correctly display its registered license plate.

Parking permits are required to park on campus. Daily, semester, or annual permits can be purchased.


SCCCD has partnered with Parking Management Bureau (PMB) to offer students, faculty, and Staff the convenience of purchasing parking permits online. You can buy your semester parking permit by visiting on your smartphone, laptop, or desktop. Faculty and Staff will have the option to purchase an annual permit.

Students, Faculty, and Staff must create an account on and provide their vehicle’s License Plate Number, Make, Model, and Color. Failure to obtain a valid parking permit will result in a citation. For help with your permit, call 1.800.700.4417 or visit

All parking permits can be purchased online at You can seek help regarding parking permits at the Business Office.

Daily permits can be purchased online at for $1 and may be used to park in any stall, with the exception of stalls designated for the Disabled, EV Vehicle, Motorcycle, Staff, and those marked red or green.

  • Fall permits ($30) are available for sale starting July 1
  • Spring permits ($30) are available for sale starting December 1
  • Summer permits ($20) are available for sale starting May 1
  • Annual Staff Permits ($80.00) are available for sale Starting July 1, 2023.


Motorcycles park for free in the motorcycle parking areas, but the vehicle must be registered with

Grace Period

Enforcement for parking permits will begin on the first day of class. A one-week grace period is only granted in Student Parking Lots.

Parking Permit Dispensers Map


The State Center Community College District Police Department is responsible for the enforcement of the Policy Governing Operations of a Motor Vehicle on College Campus.

To pay with credit or debit card

To appeal the citation


  • Parking without a permit: $40
  • Parking in disabled parking without Disabled Permit: $275


At the beginning of each semester, shuttle service from Lot X is provided.  To see current routes and timelines, view the Shuttle Map.

Quick Links for Faculty & Staff