College Resources and Programs
Academic Counseling Center
The academic counselors and support staff of the Academic Counseling Center may provide the following services:
- Assist students in planning and implementing immediate and long-range academic and career goals.
- Develop individualized Student Educational Plans (SEP).
- Provide students with information regarding academic planning, institutional and transfer and Fresno City College requirements.
- Counsel students on success strategies.
- Provide referrals for major selection, personal counseling, and career counseling. Conduct advising services for new students.
- Conduct classroom presentations & workshops.
- Teach Personal Development/College Success courses.
- Evaluate U.S. college transcripts.
- Collaborate with Career Center and Transfer Center and other student services to support student success.
Admissions & Records
Admissions & Records is the first and central point of contact for students, faculty and administration with all matters related to admission, registration, academic records, and diplomas.
Admissions & Records is committed to teaching students how to self-navigate through the student life cycle from application to graduation by providing high quality services, accurate information, and adhering to state and federal regulations.
Admissions & Records strives to remain technologically current and innovative in order to reach and provide access to our growing and diverse campus community.
Associated Student Government (ASG)
All students at Fresno City College are encouraged and invited to participate in the governance of the Associated Students. Student elections are held during each Spring Semester or students are selected in the Fall by the College's Vice Presidents, Deans, and Instructors.
The Fresno City College Psychological services is committed to ensuring community wellness and safety through a proactive, collaborative, coordinated, objective, and thoughtful approach to the prevention, identification, assessment, intervention and management of situations that pose, or may reasonably pose, a threat to the safety and well-being of the individual as well as the campus community.
Disabled Students Program and Services (DSPS)
We are committed to creating an accessible learning community where individuals with disabilities have an equal opportunity to pursue their educational goals. We strive to empower students, foster independence, and promote achievement through self-advocacy.
DSPS is responsible for arranging reasonable accommodations for all qualified students with a documented disability. The process for obtaining reasonable accommodations is an interactive one that begins with the student’s disclosure of his/her disability.
The financial aid office assists students in navigating the opportunities for financial assistance for students. Services include: cost of attendance, important deadlines, satisfactory academic progress, student employment, assistance with FAFSA, loans & grants, and consumer information.
Student Health Services
The student health center mission is to empower students to take charge of their health and well-being; to provide resources and information on topics that matter to them; and to provide free and low-cost services to Fresno City College students. Student health fees provide specific services through Student Health Services.
Extended Learning Center (ELC)
The ELC has upper division and graduate student tutors available to help with any reading, writing or mathematical needs.
Student Health Insurance
Health Insurance is available to students for purchase:
- Anthem Blue Cross, State Center Community College District, Plan B
The objective of the Veterans' Support Program is to provide information and assistance to veterans and dependents of veterans eligible for Veterans Educational Assistance. Fresno City College academic counseling, career, transfer, tutorial and other services are part of FCC’s mission to offer eligible program participants support to achieve their educational goals.