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CollegeLink: Free College Courses



Important Dates Date Information
 March 14, 2024   Sign-up's open for CollegeLink
 May 31, 2024
  Steps 1 - 3 must be completed for
 June 12, 2024
  Registration deadline! Add the CRN code
  sent to your personal email account by
  our FC representative.
  Student will register code to Fullerton
  account on MyGateway.. instructions
  emailed when you receive code
 June 24, 2024   Courses begin online or in-person

Benefits of participating in Dual Enrollment with CollegeLink

  • Earn college credit at EHS for FREE
  • Get ahead and start college now! 
  • Save money in books and tuition
  • Earn high school elective credit at the same time
  • Be better prepared for college
  • These college credits transfer to most colleges and universities and are CSU or UC approved for transfer.
  • Students do not need to commit to attending Fullerton College in order to take these classes and receive credit.
To sign up for a CollegeLink class, follow steps 1 - 3 on the CollegeLink flyer (page 2) for course details, special admit form, and links for registration.
How to register for selected classes with CRN code (step 4) sent from Fullerton
Click here to watch video on how to apply add code (CRN code) to your myGateway account (Fullerton profile). These codes will be sent to your personal email from a Fullerton Rep when class codes are ready to be released. 
Special Admit Form
If you are a current CollegeLink student and took a course the semester prior to registering, click here to access the Summer 2024 Special Admit Form. You will not need to reapply if you are a current CollegeLink student. New students taking a CollegeLink course for the first time, or previously took a course in a semester behind, will need to reapply. (Update: SUMMER 2024 COLLEGELINK CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION)
How to apply or re-apply for a Fullerton College Account for CollegeLink
If you need to update, apply or re-apply for Fullerton College to access a new semester with CollegeLink, click here
Using CollegeLink classes to fulfill high school credit
If you are taking a CollegeLink course to fulfill high school credits or to fill in a class, please meet with your counselor prior to enrolling. You will need counselor approval to replace high school credits with a CollegeLink course or if you are wishing to take more than one CollegeLink class. 
IGETC Gen Ed Areas for CollegeLink courses
Click here to view the IGETC sample fulfillments with CollegeLink, with courses for Spring 2024.
Completion of the IGETC will permit a student to complete their lower division G.E. requirements to either the California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) system. Click here for the link to see where our CollegeLink classes can be completed under the CSU or UC IGETC Areas of completion. 
Fullerton College Help Desk 
If you have any issues with your Fullerton account, please contact CCCHelp for assistance. Phone support is (877) 247 - 4836. Email support is [email protected]
Final grades
A few weeks after the end of your semester with CollegeLink, it is your responsibility to check your Fullerton College account to see your final grades. These grades are reflected on your Fullerton College transcript, not EHS transcript. Please watch the video tutorial below to learn how you can request your FC transcript. 
Video Tutorials
  1. Dual Enrollment Orientation - Benefits and Expectations. 
  2. Apply to Fullerton College to access Dual Enrollment classes with CollegeLink 
  3. How to apply to new semester of CollegeLink after being previously enrolled (skip to time 3 mins 36 seconds)
  4. How to register classes AFTER receiving course code from your Fullerton College Rep or Ms. Cazares
  5. How to Access Canvas with Fullerton College
  6. How to request transcripts from Fullerton College
  7. How to drop a class 
Students who have previously taken a CollegeLink course and received a "W" or failing grade will not be recommended by the Counseling Team to continue enrolling in future CollegeLink or other Dual Enrollment courses. This is to help students from being denied Financial Aid after graduation or not meetinG CSU/UC eligibility requirements. For further clarification, please contact the Fullerton College Dual Enrollment Success Coach (Carmen Perez) at (714) 992 - 7000 ext 24130. 
Dual Enrollment Success Coach
Success Coaches are your mentors, allies, and advocates throughout your Dual Enrollment experience. Contact  via email Hatty Gardner [email protected]  or Carmen Perez: [email protected]  phone (714-992-7000 x24130), or in person at FC building 100 (Rm 123/124).  Here is how a Dual Enrollment Success Coach can support you:
  1. Academic Guidance and Support
    1. Encounter a challenge before or during a class? Confused by something? We can help provide insight, find resources, and develop strategies.
  2. Communication and Connection
    1. We serve as a bridge between you, your instructors, and your school community.
  3. Encouragement and Motivation
    1. We are here to help you overcome obstacles, stay focused, and thrive.
  4. Reminders and Resources
    1. Need more info on services available to you? (ex. Tutoring, Disability Support Services, etc.) Talk to us!
    2. We also offer reminders for important dates and deadlines. 

Zoom Drop-Ins Available

Need guidance, support, or advice on your Dual Enrollment courses or important dates and deadlines? Drop by Tuesdays from 6pm-8pm on the following dates:

  • June 25th
  • July 2nd
  • July 9th
  • July 16th
  • July 23rd
  • July 30th
Click here for zoom link
Contact information for our Fullerton College Liasion
Ms. Penilla is our Fullerton College Liaison. Feel free to reach her for additional support at [email protected] You may also reach Bryce Hamamoto at [email protected] The best way to troubleshoot any errors or concerns you may come across during the enrollment process or re-enrolling, is by stopping by the College and Career Center during the break or lunch for support.

Completion of the IGETC will permit a student to complete their lower division G.E. requirements to either the California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) system.  Courses on this list are approved for the academic year 2023-2024 which begins Fall Semester, 2023.  This list is valid through Summer 2024. It should be noted that completion of the IGETC is not a requirement for transfer to CSU or UC, nor is it the only way to fulfill the lower-division general education requirements of the CSU or UC prior to transfer.  A grade of “C” or higher is required in ALL coursework used for IGETC certification.


Fullerton College Intersegmental General Education (IGETC) Transfer Curriculum > Click here

Click here for the latest information on completing IGETC & General Education courses through UC Admissions 


Click here for access to links in the flyers