Secure your academic and professional development

First Year Experience wants to make it easy to succeed in your first year at Cal State Fullerton. The University offers a variety of groups, services and programs to help you reach your objectives and assist you with any issues you may encounter throughout your student career. We have compiled a few resources that will help you from your first year all the way up until graduation.

Professional Development

Engage in curricular and co-curricular environments to prepare yourself for a global society and workforce.


Career CenterOpens in new window

Prepare for and learn about your future in the job market:


Center for Internships and Community Engagement (CICE)Opens in new window

Gain career skills, begin to build a network of professional contacts and get a head start on professional and community experiences. Register for CICEOpens in new window to access:

  • Academic internships
  • Service-learning experiences in business, government or nonprofit organizations


Leadership ProgramsOpens in new window

Develop your leadership capabilities. Contact the CSLP coordinatorOpens in new window to join:

  • Emerging Leaders Retreat
  • Community Service Programs Service Leadership Program


Study AbroadOpens in new window

Foster a global perspective—valuable in the globalized job market you will enter—with various international programs. To get started:

Academic Success

Start early to secure your on-time graduation by accessing academic resources and taking an active role in the University.


Academic Advising CenterOpens in new window

Ensure you are on track to graduate and receive assistance with academic concerns or questions. To receive advising:


African-American Resource CenterOpens in new window

Secure your integration and success with a variety of resources dedicated to the academic, research and cultural interests of African Americans:


Associated Students, Inc.Opens in new window

Take advantage of numerous student body leadership and development opportunities:


Asian Pacific American Resource CenterOpens in new window

Engage with a unifying and empowering Asian-American and Pacific Islanders community that offers a variety resources:


Chicana & Chicano Resource Center

Access a learning environment that fosters the history, education and culture of Chicanas/os and Latinos:


Dean of Students

You can:


Disability Support Services

Access a variety of resources designed to promote academic success alongside a disability:


Pollak Library

Access academic research materials or head over for a study session:


University Learning Center

Make a ULC appointment to access tutoring services on a variety of subjects offered:


WoMen’s Center

Gain advocacy and access resources tailored for women, men and LGBTQ issues:

Need additional assistance?

If you have any questions, contact our office and we will do our best to help you.

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