Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

This is the Fullerton College promotional brochure at the start of the 1970s. Courses were still free to California residents, but students were encouraged to purchase the Student Services Card for $5.00, which supported student government and activities, and the Student Athletic Pass for $9.00 for access to all football and basketball games. Students who wanted both cards could purchase the Associated Students Card for $13.00, saving a dollar. In July 1971, the NOCCCD District Board voted unanimously to charge a $3.75 free for health services each semester. It was the first required fee on campus, with more to follow. Funds collected from the new health services fee went into the general fund and enabled the college to broaden programs by freeing funds already budgeted for health care and placing them in other areas.
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