Welcome to Fresno City College. Whether you want to tour our campus, visit one of our museums, or be involved, this is your starting point.
Serving as a resource to local business, industry, and non-profits, Fresno City College assists area employers by providing quality, low-cost, efficient employee skill upgrades through worksite, open‐entry, evening, and online classes.
Professional development is available in a variety of technical and soft‐skills topics. Additionally, our faculty are always in search of local industry leaders to serve on one of many advisory committees, serve as a guest lecturer, or to provide student internships, job shadow or employment opportunities. Please call FCC’s Office of Instruction at 559.489.2226 for details.
Help a student through college. Set up a scholarship fund. 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.
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.
Are you interested in Visiting the Art Space Gallery, the Anthropology Museum, Gary Soto Museum, or our Botanical Garden? Or maybe you want to see what is happening during African American History Month. Or you want to join Friends of the Arts or see one of the Film Events. There is always something happening at Fresno City College.
The Career and Employment Center (CEC) provides a variety of resources to currently enrolled students and FCC alumni. Additionally, the CEC staff are available to assist counselors, faculty, staff and collaborate with community partners and businesses.
The Fresno City College Museum of Anthropology and the associated Archaeological Curation Facility house a variety of collections reflecting the material culture of the indigenous peoples of the Central Valley of California, artifacts from Mesoamerica, South America, and Africa. The Archaeological Curation Facility also curates artifacts and records from archaeological projects in the Central Valley and Sierra Foothills.
CMAC is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering voices in our community through media. They provide people and organizations in Fresno and Clovis the opportunity to harness the power of media in exciting new ways to reach and engage others. CMAC provides video access of our annual graduation ceremony.