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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...

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

Fresno City College to Hold Commencement Ceremony In-Person, Virtually

Story By: Julie Chavez, Editor in Chief April 26, 2021

Fresno City College announced it will now hold in-person commencement ceremonies for 2020 and 2021 graduates.  In addition, FCC will continue with plans to virtually include students who expressed...

April 11, 2021 Tower Theater Protest.

How the Sale of a Beloved Landmark is Impacting the Local LGBT+ Community

Story By: Aroara Trimm, Entertainment Editor April 20, 2021

The Tower District is home to a proud LGBT+ community and many local LGBT+ businesses, many of which will be impacted by the sale of the Tower Theater to Adventure Church.  The theater first went up...

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...

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

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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