Secure your academic and professional development
The Office of 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.
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Start early to secure your on-time graduation by accessing academic resources and taking an active role in the University.
Engage in curricular and co-curricular environments to prepare yourself for a global society and workforce.
Prepare for and learn about your future in the job market:
- Access career assessments and career exploration resources to find what career is best suited for you
- Utilize a variety of resume/cover letter resources including the Titan resume builder, resume writing tips and resume webinars
- Find jobs and internships or participate in Titan Takeover: Job Shadow Program
- Conduct an in-person mock interview for interview practice
- Attend Career Center woskhops and info sessions
African-American Resource Center
Secure your integration and success with a variety of resources dedicated to the academic, research and cultural interests of African Americans:
- Apply for internship and scholarship opportunities
- Join African-American cultural clubs and organizations
- Access study spaces, materials and equipment such as computers and a library
Center for Internships and Community Engagement (CICE)
Gain career skills, begin to build a network of professional contacts and get a head start on professional and community experiences. Register for CICE to access:
- Academic internships
- Service-learning experiences in business, government or nonprofit organizations
Develop your leadership capabilities. Contact the CSLP coordinator to join:
- Emerging Leaders Retreate [http://www.fullerton.edu/sll/involvement/leadership/]
- Community Service Programs Service Leadership Program
Asian Pacific American Resource Center
Engage with a unifying and empowering Asian-American and Pacific Islanders community that offers a variety resources:
- Apply for internship and Asian Pacific American scholarship opportunities
- Join Asian Pacific American cultural clubs and organizations
- Access study spaces, equipment and materials including computers and a library
Chicana & Chicano Resource Center
Access a learning environment that fosters the history, education and culture of Chicanas/os and Latinos:
Disability Support Services
Access a variety of resources designed to promote academic success alongside a disability:
- Receive library assistance by visiting the Information Learning Commons’ Adaptive Technology Center in room 106 North Wing of the Pollak Library
- Utilize the Information and Computer Access Program
- Request accessible furniture accommodations
- Request note taking accommodations and testing accommodations
- Relax with Monday Meditations
- Network with peers by attending DSS workshops and discussion groups
Access academic research materials or head over for a study session: