Stay Connected After You Graduate or Transfer
As a Folsom Lake College alum, you are part of the FLC family and it is our goal to keep you connected once you transition to a career and/or transfer to another educational institution. Your relationship with FLC does not have to end after you leave. Stay connected by joining the FLC Alumni Association at no cost!
Alumni Association benefits will resume once we return to campus.
Support FLC Students – Make a Gift to the Alumni Fund
Your gift to the FLC Alumni Fund supports college priorities that have immediate and lasting impact. Donations from FLC Falcon Alumni help create, build, and sustain programs, ensuring that FLC continues to invest in our students and faculty.
Alumni Fund donations support:
- Programs and services that foster and promote student success
- Scholarships to facilitate the educational pursuits of current students
- Special projects of the college
- Fundraising campaigns for new buildings, equipment, and technology that provide a margin of excellence
- Outreach and communication with other alumni
- Academic growth by supporting the faculty and staff of the college through innovation grants
Navjot (Navi) Kaur is a math superstar who will generously tutor anyone who thinks they can’t be one too. That’s Navi in a nutshell, but that fails to include her immigrant upbringing where English had to be learned, her amazing work ethic that netted her a 4.0 GPA, or her incredible contribution to Folsom Lake College.
Despite her heavy class load and difficult course choices, Navi managed to serve as president of the FLC Math and Engineering Club, participated as a student representative on the hiring committee for the math, science, and engineering dean, was the director of finance for the FLC Clubs and Events Board, and was a student representative for the Folsom Lake College Technology Club.
Her instructors at FLC agree that Navi is indeed a singular sensation. Whip smart, humble, and helpful, she not only believes in herself, but also believes everyone has the potential to learn and do something great.
The first-generation college student’s parents think she’s special too. Although they live in India and did not complete high school, they have emotionally supported and encouraged Navi’s choices and are very proud (Navi’s sister also lives here and is studying computer science).
Now Navi is off to UC Davis to obtain her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with a concentration in communication controls and signal processing. “I’m becoming a leading woman in tech, my way," Navi shares. She still tutors at FLC. According to Navi, if she can be an electric engineering major and a research scholar because of her academic experience at FLC, then the other students there can reach their dreams, too.