Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

On October 24, 1990, Fullerton College officially opened the Anaheim Higher Education Center in the Anaheim Civic Center Complex. Located on the main floor of the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce Building (100 South Anaheim Blvd.), the NOCCCD facility was used to house offices, seminar rooms, computer laboratories, and the Center for Applied Competitive Technologies, a model “factory of the future.” The center was also headquarters for the Advancement Fund of Fullerton College, Inc., the college’s fund-raising arm. Participating in the ribbon cutting ceremony for the 9,511-square-foot center were, from left, Anaheim Mayor Fred Hunter, Fullerton College President Philip Borst, Chancellor Tom K. Harris, Jr., and Ronald Krimper, Vice President of the Office of Instructional Advancement.
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