Online Student Services
During the COVID-19 closure please refer to this link: https://health.fullcoll.edu/
Fullerton College Health Center is currently providing both virtual and in person services. Visit health.fullcoll.edu for more info.
The Fullerton College Health Center Advice Line is (714) 992-7093. In person office hours are Monday – Thursday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM. Fridays are closed to in person appointments, however, some virtual appointments are available.
Virtual Mental Health Counseling is also offered through the Fullerton College Health Center by calling (714) 992-7093.
Many of our campus and community resources may be found on https://health.fullcoll.edu/radical-care/#resources
Students enrolled at Fullerton College may receive mental health counseling, psychological services and referrals at no cost. These services are designed to help students adjust to college life, cope with personal challenges, gain self-awareness, and address psychological concerns. Students may meet with a licensed mental health professional for an initial screening and evaluation to determine how the student’s mental health needs can best be met.
For appointment information, please contact Health Services
or call (714) 992 – 7093.
Many support resources may also be found within our radical care site: https://health.fullcoll.edu/radical-care
Student Support Resource Team (SSRT)
The Fullerton College Student Support Resource Team (SSRT) responds to concerns about student well-being and safety. These concerns may be regarding suspicion of or actual self-harm, and/or possible threats of harm to others. If you are working with a student who may be at immediate risk for self-harm or may pose a safety threat to others, it is critical to immediately call Campus Safety at ext. 27777 from a campus phone, (714) 992-7777 from a cell phone or use one of the Emergency Phones located on campus. You may then submit a report to SSRT for additional follow up after appropriate emergency response has been arranged.
It is also helpful to refer students of concern to the Student Support Resource Team (SSRT) who may not yet be in a crisis situation, but may be at risk in the future without appropriate intervention and access to resources. With early reporting, assessment, and intervention, we can prevent crises and help support students to reach their goals.