Online Student Services
Grab & Go Meals
Grab-and-go meals first became available to students this week, with meals being handed out on Wednesday and Friday. Students can still receive meals this upcoming week, spring break, on March 29th and 30th.
There are two separate meal times offered. Breakfast is available between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m., and lunch is served between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m.
The breakfast menu currently consists of breakfast burritos with a drink, and a vegetarian option is available. For a glimpse at past lunches, students were served a teriyaki meal and a steak fajitas meal.
After spring break, breakfast and lunch Grab-and-go meals will continue to be offered on a weekly basis on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The Healthy Hornet drive-thru has continued providing food and other resources to students on Thursdays.
Meals are distributed from the 200 building, and students are required to sign up in advance and provide their student ID at pick-up.
Fullerton College students can sign up for this service here.
Hub of Hope
611 South Ford Avenue,
Fullerton, CA 92832
Healthy Hornets Food Drive
Fullerton College students are invited to sign up for free weekly meals. The college is partnering with Sodexo and Pathways of Hope, to distribute pre-packed bags on Thursdays in the summer. Free diapers are provided thanks to a generous donation from the Community Action Partnership of Orange County. FC’s Student Health Services is also providing free period products and condoms to students, upon request.
The drive-thru launched on April 23 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the spring semester, the service was accessed 2,259 unique times. All students are welcome to use this service as it continues into the summer.
The Healthy Hornet Drive-Thru will operate with strict social distancing measures in Parking Lots A and 8, north of Chapman Avenue on Thursdays in the summer. All staff members distributing bags will wear gloves and masks. Students will have the option of driving through the parking lots or walking up to receive their bag of groceries. This map shows the flow of traffic.
After students submit an interest form, they will receive a confirmation with a time frame and further instructions to pick up their bag. To plan for food inventory and traffic flow, students will need to submit forms on a weekly basis until further notice. The forms will be hosted here.
“Times are very tough for many of our students. Many have lost their jobs and need all the help we can provide,” said President Greg Schulz. “I want to thank our partners at Sodexo for helping us bring this resource to our students.”
Pathways of Hope: Hub of Hope
This meal service is in addition to food bank services available to students at Pathways of Hope’s Hub of Hope at Richman Park in Fullerton. In addition to food services, Pathways of Hope offers life skills classes, hygiene kits, diapers, transportation assistance, clothing vouchers, California photo ID referral services, and community resources and referrals. The HUB is open Monday to Friday, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Call 714.680.3691 ext: 220 for more information.
Second Harvest Food Bank Drive Thru
Second Harvest Food Bank will be hosting a drive-thru food distribution with a supplemental supply of self-stable items and produce for those in need of additional assistance.
Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to noon, at:
Honda Center Parking Lot
2695 E. Katella Avenue,
Anaheim, CA; 92806
Entry location is off of Douglas, and signs will help guide you to the distribution site.
TLC for OC Community Resource Guide
The Orange County Business Council has compiled a list of community resources including food distribution sites, senior assistance programs, health services, and even pet services.
To view this list follow the link below:
211 Orange County Resources Hub
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Fullerton Joint Union High School District Food Services
During schools closures due to COVID-19, FREE MEALS shall be offered to children 18 years of age and under. The free meals include breakfast and lunch.
Students may pick up the free (grab & go) meals at any of our high schools, (Buena Park HS, Fullerton HS, La Habra HS, La Vista/La Sierra HS, Sonora HS, Sunny Hills HS and Troy HS). Free meals will be available near the snack bars, or staff will be set up at the school parking lots to hand out the meals. (No meals will be served during Spring Break March 23-March 27)
11:30 AM TO 1:30 PM
Please contact us with any questions at 714-870-2821 or email us at FoodServices@fjuhsd.org
City of Fullerton; Resident Resources Network
This pandemic has already caused disruptions in our economy, creating a reduction of income and stress for some members of our community. As is part of our core values, the City remains committed to serving our most vulnerable. This is why we’ve created a resource page for our residents who are affected by COVID-19. Please refer to the webpage for information and check it regularly for updates.
Student Support Resources
The Office of Student Support Services is actively building out a resource finder for students. Please visit the Resource Finder website to learn more.