Jan 18, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalog 
2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED]

Introduction to IVC

South Orange County Community College District

28000 Marguerite Parkway, Mission Viejo, CA 92692 • 949-582-4999 • www.socccd.edu

District Administration

Headshot of Chancellor Kathleen Burke, Ed. D.
Kathleen Burke, EdD
Robert Bramucci, PhD
  Vice Chancellor, Technology and Learning Services
Cindy Vyskocil, EdD
  Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Ann-Marie Gabel, MEd
  Vice Chancellor, Business Services
Kim McCord
  Executive Director, Fiscal Services/Comptroller
Brandye D’Lena
  Executive Director, Facilities Planning and Acting Executive Director, Business Services
Denice Inciong, MEd
  District Director, Research, Planning and Data Management 
Letitia Clark, MPP
  District Director, Public Affairs and Government Relations


To be an educational leader in a changing world. 


We provide a dynamic and innovative learning environment for diverse learners of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. We promote access, success and equity to meet each student’s goals of skills development, certificate, associate degree, transfer or personal enrichment. We contribute to the economic vitality of the region.

Core Values/Guiding Principles

We invest in our students’ success, employees, facilities, and community, with wise use of our resources.

District-wide Goals for 2018-2019

Goal 1. Increase by at least 5% the number of SOCCCD students who acquire associate degrees, credentials, certificates or specific skill sets that prepare them for an in-demand job.


Goal 2. Increase by 10% the number of SOCCCD students transferring to 4-year colleges or universities.


Goal 3. Increase the percent of exiting CTE students who report being employed or advanced in their field of study.


Goal 4. Decrease the average number of units accumulated by SOCCCD students earning their associates degrees by at least 3%.


Goal 5. Research and identify equity gaps and report back to the Board on a plan to reduce achievement gap(s).


Goal 6. Maintain life-long learning and emeritus program enrollment at (at least) current levels.


Goal 7. Research and identify non-academic barriers and report findings to the Board on strategies to address these barriers.


Goal 8. Review the current status of ATEP for the purpose of establishing measurable goals.

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Board of Trustees

Photograph of T. J. Prendergast III Photograph of Timothy Jemal Photograph of James R. Wright
T. J. Prendergast III
Timothy Jemal
Vice President
James R. Wright
Photograph of Barbara Jay Photograph of David B. Lang Photograph of Marcia Milchiker Photograph of Terri Whitt

Barbara J. Jay

David B. Lang

Marcia Milchiker

Terri Whitt-Rydell