COVID-19 UPDATE: Though campus is currently closed because of the COVID-19 outbreak, Campus Safety staff members remain on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Summer Parking Update: Summer parking passes will not be required. A limited amount of in-person classes may be taught in the summer. Students who come to campus may park in the college parking structure on the northeast corner of North Lemon Street and Fullerton College Drive. Students may also park in Parking Lot 4 to access free Wi-Fi.
PARKING PERMITS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR FALL 2021
For the Fall 2021 semester only, registered students will have their semester parking permits provided to them free of charge.
Fullerton College students that register between July 5 – July 25, 2021, the parking permit will be mailed to your current address that is provided in Banner.
If your permanent parking permit is not received in the mail by August 26, 2021, students must go to the Fullerton College Campus Safety Office, Building 1500.
Students that register after July 25, 2021 must pick up their permanent parking permit at the Fullerton College Campus Safety Office, Building 1500 within the first week of the Fall semester.
The mission of the Fullerton College Campus Safety Department is to ensure the safety of students, faculty, staff, and visitors while on property owned or operated by the college or involved in college-sponsored programs and activities, and to protect the property and facilities of the district and its students, employees, and visitors. The Campus Safety Department is committed to providing the highest standard of professionalism and service.
Front Office Closed
Campus Safety’s front office is closed due to COVID-19, though an officer is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Business Phone Number: (714) 992-7080, Ext. 0
Emergency Phone Number: (714) 992-7777
Fullerton Police Department: (714) 738-6700
Fullerton Fire Department: (714) 738-6122
For life threatening events call 911
Message from the Director
Thank you for visiting the Campus Safety web site. Fullerton College is a beautiful and historic campus centrally located in Fullerton, California. We have a low incidence of crime on campus and enjoy a fine relationship with our local Police Department. We in the Campus Safety Department are dedicated to providing students, staff and visitors with a safe and secure environment to learn work and play. To that end, our officers have received extensive law enforcement training and are committed to providing quality professional service to our campus community.
The Campus Safety Department offers a variety of services to the college community, including; responding to all campus emergencies, assisting with crime and traffic accident reporting, student escorts, unlocking vehicles, restarting vehicles, handling the campus’ lost and found inventory, issuing parking permits, and parking enforcement on campus. The Campus Safety Department has implemented a community-based service philosophy to better serve our campus community. This concept assists in establishing appropriate priorities for enforcement and response to campus calls for services. It is our belief that working in partnership with the entire campus community, we will be able to achieve a safer environment for all.
I think you will also find our educational and support staff to be equally committed to your safety and protection while attending our college. Every member of the campus staff is available to advise and assist students and visitors on issues of safety while attending classes or attending special events. If there is anything that we in the Campus Safety Department can do to make your time at Fullerton College safer and more beneficial, please feel free to contact our office at (714) 992-7080 press 0. The Student’s Right to Know Report, is located on this web site and the Student Affairs site.
Director of Campus Safety,