- Be sure that your current Emergency Contact Information is recorded in the Fullerton College database. Visit the ISC or send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org to revise your information.
- The Student and Exchange Visitor Program provides emergency information and guidance on maintaining your status at http://www.ice.gov/sevis/students/index.htm
- Contact your Consular office in California for emergency preparedness information and procedures. See the information here http://www.state.gov/s/cpr/rls/fco/
- Keep your passport, visa, I-94, and I-20 in a safe place. Have photo identification (student identification, driver license, or California identification) with you at all times.
Campus Emergency Procedures
Before an emergency occurs
- Know the safe evacuation routes for your specific building and floor (see next page).
When an emergency occurs
- Keep calm and do not run or panic. Your best chance of emerging from an emergency is with a clear head.
- Evacuation is not always the safest course of action. If directed to evacuate, take all of your belongings and proceed safely to the nearest evacuation route.
- Do not leave the area. Remember that faculty and other staff members need to be able to account for your whereabouts.
- Do not re-enter building until informed it is safe by a Campus Safety Officer or other College staff member.
- If directed to evacuate the campus, follow the evacuation routes established by Campus Safety or other College staff member.
After an emergency occurs
- If an emergency disrupts normal campus operations or causes the College to close for a prolonged period of time, students are expected to complete the course assignments listed on the syllabus as soon as it is reasonably possible to do so.
- Students can determine the College’s operational status by checking the web site at http://www.fullcoll.edu, calling the College’s main number at (714) 992-7000, or tuning into area radio and television stations. Students should assume that classes will be held unless they hear or read an official closure announcement.
For Fire, Police, and Paramedics
911 (from cell phones) 9-911 (from campus phones)
24 hours/7 days a week: 714-992-7777