The mission of the Distance Education Department is to support the success of Fullerton College students who use educational technology in face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses.


Canvas has been adopted permanently as the campus learning management system. Blackboard was phased out on May 30, 2018.

Click here for more information about the transition from Blackboard to Canvas.

Click here to find out more about Canvas.

HELP for students, staff, and faculty

For help with Canvas, call 844-600-4948. Or, click on the Help icon in your Canvas dashboard to send a message under “Report a Problem.”


  1. Canvas link on the Fullerton College website on the left-hand menu.
  2. Go directly to the secure login page at: fullcoll.instructure.com.
  3. Login to MyGateway. Go to the Student or Faculty tab, and scroll down to the Distance Education box. Click on Canvas at Fullerton College.

Login using your MyGateway user name and password.

If you reset your MyGateway password, do it only once and wait for the system to sync up. If you reset it multiple times, the system will get gridlocked. For help with MyGateway, call the District Information Services Help Desk: 714-808-4849.

Campus Computer Lab Locations & Hours

Faculty and Staff:

The Distance Education Department also supports faculty and all educational professionals on campus with training seminars and workshops, and one-on-one help every day of the week by appointment.

To find workshops, login to MyGateway. Go to Calendars, and click on the District-wide Staff Development Calendar.

Canvas has been adopted permanently by Fullerton College. It is an LMS for use by all faculty for all courses, including face-to-face, online, and hybrid courses. Click here for more information.

For help with Canvas, call 844-600-4948. Or, click on the Help icon in your Canvas dashboard to send a message under “Report A Problem.”

If you wish to make an appointment for one-on-one coaching, see the Contact Us page of this website.

Click here for the Faculty Canvas Information Center. If you are an active user in Canvas, you will receive Canvas update Announcements from this center. It is also a course on your Canvas dashboard that contains links to system information, online training, and more. If you are not enrolled in the center, go to the Contact Us page of this website and email the Canvas system administrator to be added to the center.

Click here for additional online Canvas training for faculty.

Check out Faculty and Staff Educational Technology Resources. 

For information about adding TAs, SI leaders, observers, etc., click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page.


Course combines some percentage of class time online and some on campus.


Offered entirely or primarily online. Some instructors may require attendance on campus for orientation and testing.


Face-to-face courses that use an online learning management system (LMS), such as Blackboard or Canvas.

As cited in BP5500,  “A student who violates the standards of student conduct shall be subject to disciplinary action including, but not limited to, the removal, suspension or expulsion of the student.” You are in violation of the  Standards of Student Conduct and Discipline Policy  any time you allow someone else to log in and/or complete your coursework on your behalf. To view the Standards of Student Conduct and Discipline Policy, click here.