Summer 2018 Advising: (Subject to change) The KHS Student Success Center is located in KHS 193 (657-278-3292). To see an advisor, drop-in or Schedule an appointment.
Office CLOSED: May 21-28, June 27, July 4, and July 12-19
The office is open on the following days, May 29 – August 15:
Office CLOSED: August 16-24
Faculty Writing Coach: contact Dr. Chopra.
Peer Mentoring: click here to see website.
Career Services: contact Ms. Liz Munoz.
Prospective students: contact Ms. Jane Gallegos, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current students: contact Dr. Jasmeet Gill, email@example.com for advising or further assistance.
Graduate Student Success Center: Click here for nfo about the GSSC or go to PLN 365 for academic coaching, tutoring, computers, printers and more.
Orange County’s Healthier Together is a community-wide initiative that aligns public and private resources within the public health system to improve health for all communities in Orange County. This initiative is led by the Health Improvement Partnership (HIP).
* California State University, Fullerton is conditionally authorized to change the degree title of the Bachelor of Science in Health Science to a Bachelor of Science in Public Health effective fall 2018. This conditional authorization will remain in effect until September 30, 2019. Permanent authorization to offer a B.S. in Public Health is contingent upon the CSU Chancellor's Office final approval.
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The Californian Journal of Health Promotion is a scholarly, peer-reviewed, online journal focusing on health education and promotion. Our publications aim to help health professionals and scientists learn about the state-of-art findings and trends in health promotion practice and research. We strive to present all work, including but not limited to empirical research, reports on practical applications, and advocacy for health promotion policies so it is meaningful to both practice and research communities. We welcome contributions from colleagues over all parts of the world.