Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

This 1927 photograph features Spanish Colonial Revival light fixtures created by students enrolled in Metal Crafts, a course taught in the Art Department. Other art courses included Freehand Drawing, Design and Color, Pottery, and Jewelry. FJC offered three types of curricula: Vocational Curriculum which provided specialized training in commerce, manual arts, and home economics; Junior College Curriculum designed for those who wished to transfer to a four-year institution; and the Junior College Diploma Curriculum open to high school graduates who desired further educational training but did not care to apply to a four-year university or college.