About Irvine Campus
California State University Fullerton's branch campus at Irvine was established in Fall 2002 in an effort to meet the higher educational needs of both Central and South Orange County. The Irvine Campus offers many of the resources of a large university, but in a smaller, more personal learning environment.
Irvine Campus students are taught by California State University Fullerton faculty members, and so our courses have the same high academic quality as those offered at the Fullerton Campus. Students who take classes at the Irvine Campus receive their degree from California State University Fullerton.
In addition to upper-division, credential, and graduate-level courses, a number of lower-division classes are also offered at the Irvine Campus. Students who take classes at the Irvine Campus must be admitted through the regular admission process, or be already enrolled at Cal State Fullerton. All students must meet the same academic requirements and prerequisites.
The Irvine Campus has the resources, services, and facilities to help you receive the most from your educational experience, both in and out of the classroom. A full range of services are provided through the Student Success Center, including:
- Academic Advisement
- Career Counseling
- Financial Aid Counseling
- Disability Support Services
- Student Involvement
- Personal Counseling
- Supplemental Instruction/Study Groups
- Tutoring Options
- Programs offered by the Titan Student Union and the CSUF Associated Students, Inc.
Students also are supported through:
- State-of-the-art information technology facilities
- Admissions, Registration, TitanCard, Cashiering, and more...