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Fresno City College's President Carole Goldsmith has issued a statement regarding the increase of hate crimes against the Asian and Pacific Islander community.

Fresno City College Issues Statement Regarding Recent Hate Crimes

Story By: Anastasia De Cubas, Reporter April 14, 2021

Following the increase of violent hate crimes, Fresno City College has issued a statement to show their support to the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community.  In the statement, FCC President...

Photo taken at FCC's Registered Nursing Program commencement ceremony in 2018.

FCC Initially Announces Virtual Commencement Ceremony, is now Looking to Hold it In-Person

Story By: Maya Padilla and Julie Chavez April 13, 2021

Fresno City College has announced it is now exploring an in-person commencement ceremony after recent changes in California state COVID-19 restrictions.  The email to 2020 and 2021 graduates includes...

ASG logo courtesy of FCC website

Associated Student Government Elections’ Clock is Ticking, Words From the Vice President

Story By: Krystle Nozartash, Reporter April 8, 2021

The Fresno City College’s Associated Student Government Election is accepting applications from qualified student candidates. Winning candidates will serve their position from July 1, 2021 and ending...

Flyer detailing instructions for how to participate in  Allied Staff and Faculty Association's social media project. Photo courtesy: Alliedsfa's Instagram page

Fresno City College Allied Staff and Faculty Association’s Efforts to Stand With the Transgender Community

Story By: Johnny Cortez, Reporter April 6, 2021

Fresno City College’s Allied Staff and Faculty Association launched a social media project in hopes of creating a safe space online for students and staff who identify as transgender, non-binary or gender...

Fresno City College received $26.7 million which will go to students and towards other expenses that have occurred during the pandemic, according to Lataria Hall, Vice President of Student Services.

Fresno City College Receives $26.7 Million from Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, Distributed $5.6 Million to Students

Story By: Julie Chavez, Editor in Chief March 24, 2021

Fresno City College received $26.7 million from Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II which is part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act.  Of the total funds,...

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