Diversity Initiatives & Resource Centers
California State University Fullerton
Pollak Library North 203
800 N. State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92831
Phone: (657) 278-3234
The Mission of the African American Resource Center (AARC) is to provide an opportunity for individuals to pursure the academic, research, and cultural interests of African Americans. It provides resources, services, programs and events that focus on the total inegration and success of the African American students. Additionally, the AARC complements the Univeristy's efforts in building a sense of community. It also serves as a tool for empowerment of the diverse segments of the University's population through increased accessibility to scholarly research, cultural awareness education, and collaborative activites.
Asian Pacific American
California State University, Fullerton's Asian Pacific American Resource Center strives to unify and empower its community by serving as an academic and creative home for its students, staff, and faculty, as well as its external community links. Our center seeks to foster the holistic development of its AAPI community through caring, culturally responsive theory driven practices, and by encouraging the engagement of its campus AAPI community, resource centers, affiliated partnerships, community leaders, and allies whoe reach may extend statewide, nationally, and internationally.
The Mission of the Chicana/Chicano Resource Center (CRC) at California State University, Fullerton is to provide a learning environment for students, faculty, staff, and the broader community that is inclusive and fosters the history, education, and culture of Chicna@s and Latin@s.
The Titan Dreamers Resource Center is designed to provide undocumented students with academic and emotional support, referrals to financial assistance, information on programs and services designed to improve retention and graduation rates, and a comforting environment where students can connect with one another.