Folsom Lake College offers a full spectrum of services and programs, all dedicated to enhancing your college success.
The Business Services office is where students inquire about tuition and fees, buy parking permits, request refunds, and much more.
CalFresh (formerly known as Food Stamps) is a nutrition program that helps students and their families buy healthy foods. Learn how to apply for CalFresh benefits.
CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) is a statewide public assistance program that provides cash aid and services to eligible families that have a child or children in the home.
Career and Transfer Center
The Career and Transfer Center (CTC) supports students in the areas of choosing a major, career exploration, career counseling, job preparation, and transfer preparation and planning.
We now provide contactless lockers for all pick-ups to provide a safe, contact free method of access.
Our counselors provide academic, career, transfer, and personal counseling to FLC students.
Disability Services & Programs for Students (DSPS)
Disability Services & Programs for Students (DSPS) assists students with disabilities in becoming successful and independent learners who achieve their full potential and become actively engaged in the campus community.
EOPS, CARE, and NextUp extend the opportunity of attending higher education to those from educationally and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
We are multi-issue, intersectional, and want students to be able to bring their full selves into our space.
Falcon Cares Program
Falcon Cares serves the basic needs of our students, ranging from food insecurity to homelessness.
FLC Hub is a free tool students can use to search for free or reduced-cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more.
Google Apps and Preferred Email
Students have limited access to a suite of Google tools. Learn about Los Rios Gmail, Google Apps, and preferred email.
International Students Office
Information for international students who wish to attend Folsom Lake College.
Peer Engagement for Achievement, Culture, Connection, and Excellence (PEAC²E)
The purpose of the PEAC²E program is to enhance the educational experience for Black/African-American students at Folsom Lake College.
Prison and Reentry Education Program
The Prison and Reentry Education Program (PREP) proudly supports college students in correctional facilities and upon their return to our community.
Refugee Career Pathways
The Refugee Career Pathways program helps refugees, SIVs, and asylees identify, plan and start their careers.
Folsom Lake College’s Rising Scholars program is committed to serving students who have been impacted by the criminal justice system.
Soar To Success
Our Soar To Success programs are designed to provide a welcoming, supportive, and enjoyable college experience to students during their first year in college.
Starfish software provides you with feedback about your academic performance while helping you connect with members of your Success Network – your instructors, counselors, and support staff.
Student Food Cabinets
#FOODforFALCONS serves any FLC student with food insecurity. In addition to the direct distribution of food, the program aims to educate students about additional community resources that address hunger and nourishment.
Student Health and Wellness Services
Our Student Health and Wellness Services address all aspects of wellness: mind, body, spirit, environment, intellectual, vocational/occupational, and social.
Student Tech Support Desk
During the campus closure, Student Tech Help is offering virtual and phone appointments to troubleshoot technology issues.
Students can get help learning challenging course material and developing study skills.
Undocu-Falcons support and empower undocumented students, students of mixed-status families, and allies by providing campus and community resources to aid students in achieving their academic goals.
Veterans Success Center
The Folsom Lake College Veterans Success Center (VSC) provides assistance to Veterans and dependents who may be eligible for various VA educational benefits, as well as assisting with the onboarding process and transition to college.
The Los Rios WorkAbility III program assists students with disabilities in navigating the journey to employment.