Special Admit Students
Students may enroll in college classes as Special Admit students while concurrently enrolled at another school at the K-12 grade level. Enrollment is for advanced, enrichment courses. Special Admit students must be recommended by their principal or school designee and must meet all course prerequisites. K-8 students must also be recommended by the respective Instructional Dean at the college.
Persons under 18 years of age who are not enrolled in public schools:
Persons participating in Home School Programs or persons under 18 years of age who have not graduated from high school and are not currently enrolled in school may also be eligible as Special Admit students. 9th-12th grade Home School Programs must be accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and students must obtain the signature of the College President or designee on the Special Admit application.
If a local high school or ROP program offers a course in the subject area requested, the student may not enroll in the equivalent course at Fullerton College.
Applicants must pay all applicable fees at the time of registration.
Part-time Special Admit students (enrolled in 1-11 units) in grades 9-12 are exempt from enrollment fees, but must pay health fees.
Part-time Special Admit students (enrolled in 1-11 units) in grades K-8 must pay enrollment and health fees.
Full-time Special Admit Students (enrolled in 12 units or more) must pay enrollment and health fees.
Students on an F-1 visa are not eligible to enroll as a Special Admit student.
Restrictions are placed on high school students wishing to take some Fullerton College courses, including, but not limited to, English, ESL, reading and math.
For further information on the Special Admit Program, contact the Admissions & Records Office at (714) 905-5162 or the Counseling Division at (714) 992-7084.
Dual Enrollment Students
Dual Enrollment is an early college enrollment opportunity allowing students to take college classes at their high school. Students can enroll in a free college class on a high school campus and earn college and high school credit at the same time. Dual Enrollment students must be recommended by their principal or school designee and must meet all course prerequisites. K-8 students must also be recommended by the respective instructional Dean at the college.
For further information on the Dual Enrollment Program, contact Admissions & Records at (714) 905-5162 or the Counseling Division at (714) 992-7084.