eCounseling Coming Soon!

As a result of COVID-19, the Transfer Center has suspended in-person counseling, workshops and advising services while we prepare to provide you with eCounseling (phone & video conferencing) as well as eAdvising for general transfer and application assistance. We are also working towards providing our workshops in an online format for you to access.

Please know how important you and your transfer process is to us and that we are working as fast as possible to provide you with services remotely.

We thank you for your patience during this challenging time.

Counseling Services in the Transfer Center

The Transfer Center is part of the Fullerton College Counseling Center and as such, the Transfer Center also provides counseling services to help you plan your transfer!  So, whether you meet with a counselor in the Counseling Center or Transfer Center, all counselors can provide you with transfer planning!

To Schedule An Appointment

  • Students must be a currently admitted and enrolled Fullerton College student.
  • Weekly appointments are open for scheduling on the first day (Monday) of that week.
    • Note: We do not book appointments beyond the current week.
  • Appointments can be made in person or over the phone; however, students who show up in person will get high priority.

Required Documents

To ensure that the counselors are able to properly advise students and to schedule an appointment, students must provide transcripts from all colleges/universities (ever) attended, as well as, any college exams (AP, IB, CLEP) that you have completed.

We will have access to your Fullerton College and Cypress College transcripts; you do not need to provide them.

Other Colleges/Universities Attended:

  • If you have already provided official transcripts we will have access to them.
  • If you have NOT yet provided your official transcripts then you must bring them to your appointment.
    • Unofficial will suffice for your appointment.

The Counseling Center:

Counseling in the Transfer Center booked? No worries! Visit the Fullerton College Counseling Center:

  • Counseling Center
    Located on the 2nd Floor of the Admission & Records building 2000.
    (714) 992-7084
  • The Counseling Center offers e-Advising for general counseling questions.