Welcome to the

African American Resource Center!

Due to the COVID-19 Outbreak our physical centers will be closed until further notice. The AARC Staff is telecommuting and creating opportunities for students to stay connected and engaged through virtual formats.
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Please follow us on Instagram to stay up to date: AARC - @csufaarc 
DIRC - @csufdirc | APARC - @csufaparc | LCRC - @lcrc_csuf | LGBTQRC - @lgbtq.csuf | TDRC - @csuf_tdrc 

Professional staff are also available by email, please visit the Meet the DIRC Staff page for contact info.
Please direct general DIRC inquiries to dirc@fullerton.edu

Our Mission

The Mission of the African American Resource Center (AARC) is to provide an opportunity for individuals to pursue the academic, research, and cultural interests of African Americans. It provides resources, services, programs and events that focus on the total integration and success of African American students.

Who We Are

The AARC complements the University’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 activities.

Connect With Us!

Open Mondays - Fridays, 8a - 5p
Currently Virtual

Location: Pollak Library South 180, Room 182
Phone: (657) 278-3230
Email: aarc@fullerton.edu

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram  


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