Fullerton College Journalism – Where Futures Begin

About Our Program

The Journalism Program at Fullerton College provides a solid foundation in all forms of print journalism, including newspaper and magazine publishing. The department offers courses in journalism, public relations and advertising, with certificates available in each area. The latest computer typesetting and editing equipment gives students the skills needed to meet employers’ demands. The faculty are professionals who are active in writing and publishing.



Degrees & Certificates Available



We offer Associate of Arts degree for Transfer as well as a standard Associate of Arts degree in Journalism. We also offer certificates in Journalism and Public Relations, as well as Spanish Language Reporting, Multimedia Reporting Drone Journalism all in 2019.


We offer a variety of courses that help develop skills in writing, researching, problem solving, critical thinking, interviewing, editing and proofreading. Courses are geared toward developing foundational, as well as technological skills to prepare students for success in today’s multimedia world.

Student Media

Students are able to gain real-world experience and develop their portfolios and reels through working on a variety of student media.


Fullerton’s award-winning student-produced news outlet


The community-focused student magazine (formerly the Torch)


The student produced Spanish language news outlet covering Southern California


The Fullerton Drone Lab where students learn to take their multimedia storytelling to a new level.

News & Events

News and information regarding the journalism program at Fullerton College.

Where Our Students Go

Our students have gone on to transfer to many major universities as a well as gon on to successful media careers.

Contact Us

Contact Info

321 E. Chapman Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
(714) 992-7000
Jay Seidel, jseidel@fullcoll.edu