Current Important Information

( UPDATED: 1/20/2017)

PARKING PERMIT:

A VALID PARKING PERMIT OR DAY PASS IS REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES, NO EXCEPTIONS

Students who purchase a parking permit as part of their online registration process will have their permit MAILED
if purchased before December 19, 2016. Permits purchased after December 18, 2016 are required to be picked up at the
Campus Safety office
. Make sure your mailing address is correct and current.

Spring 2017 parking permits are valid 1-1-2017 to 5-31-2017.

  1. Permits purchased BETWEEN: November 21, 2016 - December 18, 2016: Permits will be mailed. Print out the temporary parking permit that was emailed to you and display it in the vehicle’s driver side lower left-hand front windshield. If you have not received your permanent parking permit in the mail by February 2, 2017 and your temporary permit has expired, report to Campus Safety Office (Building 1500) to pick up your permanent parking permit. Please bring a valid photo ID
  2. Permits purchased AFTER December 18, 2016 will NOT be mailed out. Print out the 3-day temporary permit that was emailed to you and display it in the vehicle’s driver side lower left-hand front windshield. Before your temporary permit expires, report to Campus Safety Office (Building 1500) to pick up your permanent parking permit. In order to obtain the permanent parking permit, you must bring a valid photo ID.
  3. Motorcycle permits will NOT be mailed out and must be picked up at the Campus Safety Office.

Note: All temporary parking permits are emailed. It is the student's responsibility to make sure their email address is correct and to also check both their regular email inbox, spam and/or junk folder.

Valid parking permits are required in all lots at all times with the following exceptions:

One-day parking permits can be purchased from the yellow parking permit machines located in every student parking lot, the Bursar Office and the Campus Safety Office.

Students parking in Staff Lots is NOT permitted at any time; violators will be cited.

Permanent semester parking permits are required at the parking structure on the corner of Lemon St. and Chapman Ave. at all times. NO EXCEPTIONS!

REFUNDS
Refer to refund deadlines under REFUND POLICY in this class schedule.
*Parking Permit fees will not be refunded automatically thru myGateway.
*Refunds for parking must be requested in person at the Campus Safety Office (1500 building). Return parking permit with photo ID.


Fullerton College Campus Safety Department

(Front Office Hours Spring 2017 Semester)

January 30 -to- May 27, 2017
Mon..................... 7:30am - 6:00pm
Tues..................... 7:30am - 6:00pm
Wed..................... 7:30am - 6:00pm
Thurs.................... 7:30am - 6:00pm
Fri........................ 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat & Sun............. Closed

 

AN OFFICER IS AVAILABLE 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK

Emergency Phone Number: (714) 992-7777
Fullerton Police Department: (714) 738-6700
Fullerton Fire Department: (714) 738-6122
For life threatening events call 911

STUDENT DROP-OFF AREAS

If you are dropping off a student, please use the drop-off areas around the campus.

WARNING- Do not enter the campus off of Lemon and Fullerton College Dr. to drop-off students. You will only find red curbs, no stopping or no dropping off signs, and staff only parking.


DISABLED PARKING RULES AND REGULATIONS

In accordance with Fullerton College Education Code 54100 and 67301, requires students and staff to display a valid Fullerton College parking permit in addition to a valid disabled parking placard as defined by Sections 295.5 and 295.7 of the California Vehicle Code when parking in designated disabled stalls. Both the student permit and disabled placard must be clearly displayed while parking in designated stalls as required by Sections 21113 and 22507.8(a). Failure to comply with this section will result in the issuance of a citation.

DESIGNATED PARKING STALLS

Students with the both a disabled placard and student permit displayed will be able to park in the following areas providing the vehicle is parked correctly in a clearly marked parking stall:

•Student stalls
•Disabled stalls
DISABLED VISITORS

Visitors with disabled placards may park in any of the above listed stalls at no charge provided a temporary one day permit is obtained from the Fullerton College Campus Safety Office prior to parking. Disabled stalls are provided near the Campus Safety office for the purpose of obtaining a visitor permit. The term visitor for the purpose of this section is any person not a student or staff member of Fullerton College or the North Orange County Community College District.

BIKE SAFETY

There are many bike racks on campus. Thieves have targeted these areas of campus to steal bikes. There are many different types of bike locks on the market. One of the most secure type of locks is the Kryptonite bike lock. Please consider this type of lock to secure your bike on campus.
Another issue of bike safety is operating your bike on the sidewalk or quad area of campus. Please walk your bike in areas frequented by pedestrians.

Bike safety enroute to the campus-Many students are coming to the campus from the surrounding neighborhoods of the City of Fullerton. For safety reasons, please consider bike lanes within the City of Fullerton. The attach link will provide you a map of the bike lanes. Be safe.

FULLERTON COLLEGE CAMPUS SAFETY DEPARTMENT

The Campus Safety Department operates 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The primary responsibility of the department is to provide for the safety and protections of students, staff, and visitors on District premises, as well as the protection of District property. For further information on Fullerton College rules and regulations, call our office at 714-992-7080 ext.0.

GENERAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FOR FIRE, POWER FAILURE, BOMB THREAT, OR EARTHQUAKE

In the event of a major emergency on campus, the Incident Command Center (ICC) will be activated a the Campus Safety Office located in the 1500 building, phone (714) 992-7777 or Ext. 27777. The Officer-In-Charge of Campus Safety will assume command.

Notifications:

1.Call Campus to identify emergency.

2. For Fire, pull fire alarm.

3. Campus Safety will initiate emergency notifications to administrative staff and outside agencies.

4. Alert Campus Safety to aid in evacuation of physically disabled persons.

5. Staff and/or Campus Safety will evaluate the situation and take appropriate steps to insure a safe and timely evacuation.

A. Fire: Identify a safe exit route and exit building.

B. Bomb Threat: Notify Campus Safety and await instruction.

C. Power Failure: Notify Campus Safety and await instruction

D. Earthquake: Remain calm and await further instructions from Campus Safety.

E. Staff shall instruct students to gather all belongings prior to evacuation, if time permits.

F. If Campus Safety is not available, staff will assess the emergency and, when appropriate, direct people to exits.

6. Campus Safety will work with administrative staff to determine whether classes will be dismissed.

7. Direct people to nearest safe exits and evacuation routes, when appropriate.

North Orange County Community College District
Board of Trustees:
Jeffrey P. Brown, Barbara Dunsheath, Ed.D., Leonard Lahtinen, Molly McClanahan
M. Tony Ontiveros, Jacqueline Rodarte, Stephen T. Blount

Francisco Aviles-Pino, Student Trustee, Fullerton College
Tanya Washington, Student Trustee, Cypress College

Fred Williams, Ed.D., Interim Chancellor
Greg Schulz, Ed.D., President, Fullerton College