COVID19 Update

College services and instruction have transitioned remotely. Please visit our COVID-19 website for current information.

Supreme Court Ruling on DACA

Please visit our Instagram Page @G2BFullColl for our full statement on the Supreme Court’s Ruling on DACA. We will continue posting resources and information to support and stand for undocumented, DACAmented, and non-DACAmented students on our social media platforms.

Statement of Solidarity

Please visit our Instagram Page @G2BFullColl for our full statement of solidarity with the black community. We will continue posting resources and information to support and stand for black lives on our social media platforms.

G2B Canvas Page

Enroll Here and participate in our online community!


Online Platforms

Program Staff is available for referrals and support through various platforms

Instagram; Email CanvasFacebook

COVID-19 Information for Undocumented Students


Visit the website below for more information


CA College Student Emergency Support Fund in Response to COVID-19

Fullerton College COVID-19 Updates

For the most up-to-date information on the campus closure,
please visit:

The Grads To Be Office is Temporarily Closed

Grads to Be Program Staff is available to assist students with questions remotely.

Contact us at

Apply for the CA Dream Act

The March 2nd deadline has passed, however you can still apply.  Click here for more information!

Welcome to the Grads To Be Website!

Mission Statement: 

The Grads to Be Program is focused on supporting Undocumented and AB 540 students by providing resources and services geared towards enhancing and supporting their academic journey and personal well-being. The program fosters a supportive and inclusive campus community, which is essential to the growth of all students, regardless of their status.

We will support you with the following services:

  • Mentorship Program
  • Academic Counseling
  • Financial Aid Workshops
  • Legal Aid Workshops
  • Mental Health Services
  • Events in collaboration with student led clubs and organizations
  • Conferences with experts on policy and available resources
  • College exposure and tours
  • Know Your Rights Workshop
  • Undocumented Ally Training
  • Resources, information and referral to campus and community agencies


Important Dates:


  • April 6-10 Spring Break/Campus Closed
  • April 28-May 1 – Week of Legal Aid
  • May 15 – Last Day of Classes
  • May 18-22 – Finals Week 

Get Started Now!