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Degree: Sociology
Graduation Year: 2017

Fullerton College has an AAT/AAS Transfer program. This program, once completed will bump up your GPA by 1 pt. and puts you on a path of greater chances to be accepted to a University. Which is extremely helpful if you need one point to qualify for acceptance at a University. Fullerton also has knowledgeable helpful professors, which makes reaching your goal a lot easier. Fullerton also acknowledges your hard work, by offering academic societies for good grades. I would recommend Fullerton as a stepping stone to reach your next academic achievement.

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Degree: Construction Management
Graduation Year: 2013

After researching numerous community colleges available in Southern California, I chose Fullerton College. One of the oldest community colleges in the country, with a mix of historical buildings and new state of the art facilities. Of the newly built buildings, science and technology stand out. The instructors are passionate and caring. Of over 30 classes, only 2 badly executed and dropped. Parking can be a little tough on busy days, but another structure is in the works. Great Library only a couple of years old, new student services center and cafeteria. Extensive evening classes for those having to work like me. School offers the California University transfer Associate Degrees if you are unsure or plan on moving into a 4 year program. All in all - you will not be disappointed.

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