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2022-2023 Catalog: September 2022 Edition 
    
2022-2023 Catalog: September 2022 Edition

Introduction to IVC


South Orange County Community College District

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

District Administration

Chancellor Julianna M. Asperin Barnes headshot
Julianna M. Asperin Barnes, EdD
  Chancellor
   
Christopher McDonald, EdD
  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
Medhanie Ephrem
  Executive Director, Facilities Planning
Denice Inciong, EdD
  District Director, Research, Planning and Data Management 
Letitia Clark, MPP
  District Director, Public Affairs and Government Relations

Vision

To be an educational leader in a changing world. 

Mission

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 2021

Each year, the SOCCCD Board of Trustees conducts an evaluation of its performance in order to continually assess its effectiveness. The process includes surveys of board members and employees, discussion of the surveys, and a workshop to review outcomes and set goals. 

The board committed to the following ten measurable goals:

1. Establish the baseline to increase the number of students annually who earn associate degrees, certificates, or 9 units in a CTE program.
 
2. Establish baseline to increase the number of students transferring annually.
 
3. Establish baseline for students completing the CTE Outcomes Survey.
 
4. Establish baseline to reduce average units accumulated by students who complete degrees.
 
5. Establish baseline using Proportionality Index (PI) to decrease achievement gaps in college identified groups.
 
6. Maintain enrollment and re-envision delivery of extended learning programs (community and adult education programs and emeritus institutes).
 
7. Provide enhanced student support with a student-centered design including commencement of the student housing feasibility study.
 
8. Continue to develop the ATEP campus in the following areas:
     •    Increase enrollments above the 2018-2019 base of 1,702.
     •    Finalize planning for Saddleback College building(s).
     •    Continue to identify and evaluate prospective tenants.
 
9. Support strategies and budgets that ensure the long-term fiscal health of the colleges and the District.
 
10. Monitor District response to COVID-19 and create opportunities for changes in teaching and working environments going forward to enhance safety and sustainability efforts.
 

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Board of Trustees

Photograph of Marcia Milchiker Photograph of Timothy Jemal Photograph of Terri Whitt
Marcia Milchiker
President
Timothy Jemal
Vice President
Terri Whitt Rydell
Clerk
 
Carolyn Inmon Photograph of Barbara Jay Photograph of T. J. Prendergast III

Carolyn Inmon

Barbara J. Jay

T. J. Prendergast III