Welcome to e-Advising (Electronic Advising),
This web based email service is for students to ask general counseling questions. This service is not intended to take the place of our face-to-face appointments; e-Advising provides Fullerton College students or prospective students with a resource to ask general counseling questions that pertain to reaching their educational goals. Some questions may require an appointment with a counselor on campus. Academic planning and Student Education Program Plans (SEPP) must be completed during a face-to-face 45 minute counseling appointment with a counselor.
It should also be noted that due to changes in college requirements and policies, all replies are to be used as advisory and informational only and will not constitute an official determination by Fullerton College.
Students must review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) prior to submitting an e-Advising question.
Students needing prerequisite clearances should visit the Prerequisites, Corequisites & Advisories clearances page for additional information.
Remember: There is no assurance of confidentiality when using this e-Advising service due to the nature of the internet and email technology.
Responses will be handled in a timely manner based on counselor availability from Monday through Friday.
Please refer to the topics below for clarification on the types of questions that are appropriate for e-Advising before using this service.
Topics appropriate for e-Advising inquiries
- Clarification of College Procedures and Policies
- Course Repeats
- Pass/No Pass
- Course Prerequisites, Corequisites and Advisories (clearance if course was taken at Fullerton or Cypress College)
- Deadline Dates and Filing Periods
- Course Offerings and Majors Available
- Referrals to Other Programs & Services
We can clarify the following without looking at records/transcripts
- CSU General Education
- UC/IGETC General Education
- Major Information
- Transferability of Fullerton College Courses
- Graduation Requirements
- Certificate Information
Counselors respond to submitted questions in the order they appear in the email queue. Students needing prerequisite clearances should visit the Prerequisites & Corequisite Clearances page for additional information.
By clicking below I acknowledge that I have read through the FAQ’s and was unable to locate the answer(s) to my question(s)
Submit e-Advising Question
Topics that require students to make a face-to-face appointment
- Student Education Program Plan (SEPP)
- Career Counseling
- Graduation Check
- Transcript Evaluation
- Personal Counseling
- Dismissal and Probationary Issues
- Academic Renewal
If your question requires review or evaluation of transcripts from other colleges attended, please schedule a face-to-face counseling appointment.
Appointments can be made in person, or by calling the Counseling Center at (714) 992-7084.
Each Monday, the Counseling Center begins scheduling appointments for students for the following week. Be aware that face-to-face appointments book quickly during peak times.