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Fresno City College received approximately $1.8 million through the passage of California's Immediate Action Budget Package.

Fresno City College Received $1.8 million from California’s Immediate Action Budget Package

Story By: Krystle Nozartash, Reporter May 24, 2021

Fresno City College received approximately $1.8 million through the passage of California's Immediate Action Budget Package (Senate Bill 85) to provide emergency financial assistance to students that meet...

Flyer announcing Fresno City College's virtual forum to give updates on construction projects.

Fresno City College’s new Science Building, Child Development Center and More

Story By: Julie Chavez, Editor in Chief May 5, 2021

Fresno City College President Carole Goldsmith and other faculty members gave construction updates of various projects at FCC, including the new parking structure, science building, child development center...

Flyer announcing Fresno City College's virtual forum to give updates on construction projects.

West Fresno Campus Construction Update, Overview of Some Buildings

Story By: Julie Chavez, Editor in Chief May 3, 2021

Fresno City College President Carole Goldsmith and other faculty members gave construction updates of various projects at FCC, including the West Fresno Campus, during a virtual forum via Zoom on April...

Fresno City College’s Asian American Month During the Pandemic

Story By: Anastasia De Cubas, Reporter May 3, 2021

The month of April is Asian-Pacific American Heritage month and usually, Fresno City College hosts Asian Fest which is a celebration and a way to showcase different Asian cultures, such as their cultural...

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...

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