Access Services engages students with physical, learning, emotional, and temporary disabilities to determine collaboratively whether and what kinds of reasonable accommodations might be necessary to provide access to academic courses and programs at Fuller. We do this through dialogue between the student, Access Services, and relevant medical/psychological professionals. This office leads the Fuller community in its commitments to recognize students with disabilities as valued members of the diverse body of God’s people, to work toward universal access for all campus programs, and to design environments of welcome and hospitality. Access Services can also assist in requesting accommodation in housing and campus facilities.
Contact Access Services as soon as possible to begin the conversation!
In Person: The Access Services Office is located on the first floor of Kreyssler Hall (Catalyst) on Fuller's Pasadena campus
The Office of Student Affairs (OSA), All Seminary Council (ASC), and the Los Angeles Food Bank offer free grocery items every week for qualifying low-income Fuller students and residents of Pasadena. You must meet certain income qualifications to participate. For Income qualification guidelines, Click Here.
The food program is held every Wednesday 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm (except holidays). Food may be picked up at the OSA garage and parking lot located behind Taylor Hall.
If you would like to volunteer to distribute food, please sign up here or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Most students residing in Southern California, depending on academic program, course load, and campus location are required to carry medical insurance. Students who are required to carry insurance have the option of purchasing an insurance plan through Fuller or submitting a student insurance waiver if they already have medical insurance.
The mission of Housing and Residential Community is to foster a Christ-centered living/learning environment in a culturally diverse setting that is affordable, which supports and enriches resident education and formation in preparation for ministry.
Please visit the Housing and Residential Community web site for information in the following areas:
- Available apartment units
- Community Resources
- Find a Roomate
- Korean support
- Transfer/Sublease/Move Out
- Maintenance (Maintenance Request Form)
Student Services Center, Lower Level
250 N. Madison Ave.