News and Events
Fiji Day at Fulton Adventist University College.
October 10, 2023
Fiji Day is a national holiday in Fiji, observed on October 10 every year. It commemorates two significant events in Fijian history: 1874: The day when Fiji was ceded to Great Britain, officially becoming a British colony. 1970: The day when Fiji gained its independence from British rule. Celebrations often take place not only in Fiji but also among Fijian communities abroad. So Fulton Adventist University College’s I-taukei staff and students prepare a program, a flag raising ceremony for all of the cultures wearing their traditional attire , cake cutting by the principal and staff, feeding the whole school with pulumokau and end with fun games that everyone enjoys.
Gospel Music Dinner Concert
September 14, 2023
Soli Deo Gloria! What a beautiful night to spend in fellowship and praise here at the foothills of the sleeping giant. This night was a wonderful night listening to beautiful songs by all the cultural groups and students of Fulton Adventist University College. Everyone enjoyed the wonderful and delicious dinner prepared by Mrs. Rejeli Vulaloa and the kitchen teams. Tickets cost $100 per head and $150 for a couple. After the concert, we raised nearly $51,000 to help with road construction on campus. Thank you to all the supporters from different countries: New Zealand, Australia, the USA, Tonga, etc. Vinaka vakalevu.
August 27, 2023
This day was fun. Everyone, including the staff, walked 14 kilometers from Fulton College to the Sabeto Junction back and forth. Students sought sponsors who could pay $10 per kilometer walked, so altogether $140 for one form, but some of the students collected more, and we gave prizes to those who collected the most and to those who had collected their pledges. Thanks again to all the sponsors who supported
A new look for Fulton Praise God for His leading and blessings upon the college on the infrastructure upgrade, including the college’s roads.
The first phase is done, from the gate to the roundabout. There are four more phases to go, and God will fulfill this plan in His special ways.
Soli Deo Gloria!
Back to Fulton
September 23, 2023
We are glad to have our alumni and FOSA back with us.
Fulton Alumni sabbath back to Fulton from different years, from the Tailevu old campus to the current Sabeto campus.
It was a memorable moment meeting the alumni during Sabbath morning worship and AY. Donations were collected to help with the college’s projects.
Accreditation of IS and Marketing Program
September 18, 2023
Congratulations to the IS and Marketing Departments on your program accreditation from HECF. The Director and CEO of the Higher Education Commission, Fiji HECF, Dr. Rohit Kishore, came to Fulton Adventist University College to hand over and present to the Principal, Dr. Stone, the certificates of accreditation for these two programs. This is in addition to the accreditation the Accounting and Management Program received last year. This is a great blessing not only to the students and the staff but to the institution as a whole. The business students were gathered to witness this occasion.
New Computers for the Business Computer Lab
July 20, 2023
Fulton Adventist University College purchased 30 new computer units for the Business Computer Lab. These computers feature an i7 processor, 12 generations, 16 GB of RAM, and 500 GB of SSD memory. These new computers are very useful for IS students for high-level programming, graphic design, mobile development, and accounting software for accounting students as well.
Dedication & Opening of the New Fulton Bakery Shop
Praise God for this day when Fulton Adventist University College has finally got its bakery shop right beside the canteen, selling breads, cakes, buns, chips, pies, etc, for the students, married students, and their families and staff.
Every year students graduate from Bachelor of Business Accounting and Management, Bachelor of Information System, Bachelor of Marketing, Bachelor of Theology and Bachelor of ECE and Primary Education programs. Fulton’s student population is diversified, with students hailing from Vanuatu, Tonga, Samoa, Tuvalu, Fiji, Cook Islands, Solomon Islands, PNG, Kiribati, Tahiti.