1 Gabriel Sierra, Criminal Justice Jennifer Sommer, Nursing SAC is diverse in its classes. SAC is the beginning of the end. (Transferring to UC Santa Cruz) Adela Salazar, Undesided Jacob Moreno, Music SAC is accepting. SAC is a place to get work done. SAC is unique. Diana Alizaga, Animation Fernando Ramirez, Anthropology Easter Fakopo, Liberal Arts Daizy Lopez, Nursing SAC is the first school I chose to study, since leaving Vietnam. SAC is where I learned to excel in my field. SAC is my college where I can study anything of my choice. SAC is a second chance at football recognition. Danielle Hernadez, Business Nguyet Nguyen, Pharmasist Brett Hurley, Undecided SAC is career oriented. SAC is a journey closer to my goals. Quyen Do, Nursing CATA LO G SAC is a place to discover my career SAC is accepting to all types of people. SANTA ANA COLLEGE SAC is a fresh start. CATALOG SAC is the first step to my career. SAC is a new start to life. Vanessa Reconco, Biology Guilermo Lee, Musical Theatre/Business Marketing SAC is where I achieve academically & play softball. SAC is full of opportunities. SAC is a place where you can grow as an individual. SAC is a second home. Alyssa Yglesias, Communication Andrew Brahs, Fire Technology Damien Benson, Science/Micro Biology Angelica Urrutia, Journalism SAC is a great community college with many career options. SAC is a long drive but worth it. SAC is a college that played a pivotal roll in my life. SAC is a wonderful college atmosphere. Nancy Mendez, English Allen Braun, Business SAC is the start to my future. SAC is a stepping stone to the next level. Martin E Lopez, Geography Wendy Pasillas, Criminal Psychology SAC is my comfort zone. SAC is diverse. Jessica Valencia, Graphic Design Gonzalo Chavez, Automotive Technology 150 W. 17th Street, Santa Ana Centennial Education Center 2900 W. Edinger Avenue, Santa Ana Digital Media Center 100 S. Bristol Street, Santa Ana Orange County Regional Sheriff s Training Academy Armstrong Avenue, Tustin Joint Power Training Center - Fire Academy 1801 Gothard, Huntington Beach Duncan Wilson, Fire Technology Solema Soliai, Business Administration Charlie Herrera, Music Cole Griffin, Undecided
3 catalog AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF COURSES SANTA ANA COLLEGE 150 West 17th Street Santa Ana, CA CENTENNIAL EDUCATION CENTER 2900 West Edinger Avenue Santa Ana, CA DIGITAL MEDIA CENTER 100 South Bristol Street Santa Ana, CA SANTA ANA COLLEGE ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF S REGIONAL TRAINING ACADEMY Armstrong Blvd. Tustin, CA RANCHO SANTIAGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 22 North Broadway Santa Ana, CA Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College Rancho Santiago Community College District serves residents of Anaheim Hills, Orange, Santa Ana, Villa Park, and a portion of Garden Grove. Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College are accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, (10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, ), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education.
4 2 Santa Ana College Santa Ana College / Santiago Canyon College Instructional Calendars COLLEGE CREDIT CLASSES INSTRUCTIONAL CALENDAR FALL SEMESTER 201 August Faculty projects August 22 2 Common college flex days August 26 INSTRUCTION BEGINS September 2 Labor Day holiday September 8 Last day to add and to drop full-term classes without W grade with enrollment fee refund September 27 Last day to file Pass/No Pass October 18 Deadline for Graduation Petition November 11 Veterans Day holiday November 17 Last day to drop semester-length classes with a W grade November 28 0 Thanksgiving holiday December 15 INSTRUCTION ENDS December 16 January 5 Holiday break SPRING SEMESTER 2014 January 20 King s Birthday holiday January Faculty projects January 2 24 Common college flex days January 27 INSTRUCTION BEGINS February 9 Last day to add and to drop full-term classes without W grade with enrollment fee refund February 14 Lincoln s Birthday holiday February 17 President s day holiday February 28 Last day to file Pass/No Pass March 7 Deadline for Graduation Petition March Spring recess March 28 Cesar Chavez Day April 27 Last day to drop semester-length classes with W grade May 22 Commencement Santa Ana College May 2 Commencement Santiago Canyon College May 25 INSTRUCTION ENDS SUMMER SESSION 2014 Subject to cancellation May 26 Memorial Day holiday June 16 INSTRUCTION BEGINS June 20 Deadline for Graduation Petition July 4 Independence Day holiday August 10 INSTRUCTION ENDS CONTINUING EDUCATION DIVISION INSTRUCTIONAL CALENDAR FALL SEMESTER 201 August 19 2 August 26 September 2 November 11 November 25-0 December 21 December 22 January 22 SPRING SEMESTER 2014 January 17, 21, 22 January 2 January 20 February February 17 March 28 April 7 12* May 26 June 5 June 6 June7 SUMMER SESSION 2014 July 1 July 4 August 9 Faculty projects INSTRUCTION BEGINS Labor Day holiday Veterans Day holiday Thanksgiving holiday INSTRUCTION ENDS Winter recess Faculty projects INSTRUCTION BEGINS King s Birthday holiday Lincoln s Birthday holiday President s Day holiday Cesar Chavez Day SCE Spring recess Memorial Day Holiday CEC Commencement OEC Commencement INSTRUCTION ENDS INSTRUCTION BEGINS** Independence Day holiday INSTRUCTION ENDS JUNE 201 S M T W T F S JULY 201 S M T W T F S AUGUST 201 S M T W T F S SEPTEMBER 201 S M T W T F S OCTOBER 201 S M T W T F S NOVEMBER 201 S M T W T F S DECEMBER 201 S M T W T F S JANUARY 2014 S M T W T F S FEBRUARY 2014 S M T W T F S MARCH 2014 S M T W T F S APRIL 2014 S M T W T F S MAY 2014 S M T W T F S JUNE 2014 S M T W T F S JULY 2014 S M T W T F S * could change to correspond with unified school district ** beginning date could be adjusted SAC/SCE Spring recess dates may be adjusted to correspond to unified school district instructional calendar.
5 Santa Ana College Contents Instructional CALENDAR 2 Rancho Santiago Community College DISTRICT 4-8 SAC Philosophy and Mission...4 Institutional Core Compentencies...4 Two College Structure...5 History of Rancho Santiago Community College District...5 Governance....4 Accreditation...4 Locations....5 Trustees...6 Administrative Organization Nondiscrimination Policy....8 Policies & Procedures for Santa Ana College 9 Instructional and Student Services...9 Career and Job Resource Center....9 Community Services....9 Counseling Services...9 Child Development Centers...10 Disabled Students Programs and Services Distance Education...10 English Language Academy Extended Opportunity Programs and Services Health and Wellness Centers High School and Community Outreach...11 Individualized Instruction...11 Instructional Locations...11 International Student Program...11 Intercollegiate Sports...11 Learning Center...11 Library Services Public Affairs Senior Services...11 Student Activities...11 Student Placement...11 Success Center...12 Summer Session...12 Testing Center...12 Transfer Center Transportation...12 Veterans Resource Center...12 Weekend College...1 Women s Programs and Services...1 Student LIFE 1 Associated Student Government (ASG)..1 Intercollegiate Athletics...1 Financial AID 14 Scholarships...15 College Advancement/Foundation...15 Admissions and Records INFORMATION 16 Admission Requirements...16 How and When to Apply...16 How to Prepare for Proper Placement and Registration (Matriculation)...16 Testing (Advisement)...16 Orientation (New Students)...16 How to Register for Classes...16 Residency...17 Attendance...18 Absence...18 Fees, Tuition and Expenses Student Right-To-Know Act...19 Records...19 Legal Provisions...19 Regulations...20 Registered Sex Offender Information...20 College POLICIES 21 Academic Freedom Policy...21 Academic Honors Academic Renewal...21 Career Advanced Placement...21 Advanced Placement...22 Classification of Students...24 Cooperative Work Experience Education...24 Repetition College Level Examination Policies Credit by Examination...26 Examinations Extenuating Circumstances...27 Grades...27 Honors Program and s...27 Hours by Arrangement...27 Incomplete Work...28 Independent Study International Baccalaureate Policies Pass/No Pass...29 Prerequisites, Corequisites and Advisories...29 Probation-Dismissal...0 Remedial Limit...0 Sexual Harassment Policy...1 Study Load...1 Transcripts....1 Unit of Credit...1 Withdrawal from Class...1 Standards of Student Conduct...2 Academic Honesty Policy Information... Educational Options...4 Degree and Certificate Programs (SAC)... 5 General Education Requirements for the Associate Degree...7 Associate Degree Requirements...8 General Education Requirements for the California State Universities...40 Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum Transfer to Other Colleges...42 University Of California Transfer Agreement...47 College Credit Instructional Programs (SAC) Announcement of College Credit COURSES 11 Numbering Scheduling List School of Continuing EDUCATION 217 CED Calendar Goals and Objectives CED Overview Admissions and Fees High School Diploma Program Student Services Policies Governing Students Centennial Education Center...20 CED Programs and s Faculty (SAC) MAPS Index Credits Editorial Content Anh-Phuong Tran Cover Design Miranda Medrano Typography David Styffe
6 4 Santa Ana College Santa Ana College Philosophy And Mission Rancho Santiago Community College District Santa Ana College Mission Statement The mission of Santa Ana College is to be a leader and partner in meeting the intellectual, cultural, technological and workforce development needs of our diverse community. Santa Ana College provides access and equity in a dynamic learning environment that prepares students for transfer, careers and lifelong intellectual pursuits in a global community. INSTITUTIONAL CORE COMPENTENCIES 1. Communication Skills a. Listening and Speaking Students will listen actively and respectfully to analyze the substance of others comments. Students will speak in an understandable and organized fashion to explain their ideas, express their feelings, or support a conclusion. b. Reading and Writing Students will read effectively and analytically and will comprehend at a college level. Students will write in an organized and grammatically correct fashion to explain their feelings and support a conclusion. 2. Thinking and Reasoning Students will identify and analyze real or potential problems and develop, evaluate, and test possible solutions using creative thinking, analysis and synthesis, quantitative reasoning, and/or transfer of knowledge and skills to a new context as appropriate. a. Creative Thinking Students will develop the skills to formulate original ideas and concepts in addition to integrating those of others in the creative process. b. Critical Thinking Students will think logically in solving problems; explaining their conclusions; and evaluating, supporting, or critiquing the thinking of others. c. Ethical Reasoning Students will demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues that will enhance their capacity for making sound judgments and decisions. d. Quantitative Reasoning Students will use college-level mathematical concepts and methods to understand, analyze and explain issues in quantitative terms.. Information Management a. Information Competency Students will do research at a level that is necessary to achieve personal, professional and educational success. They will use print material and technology to identify research needs, seek, access, evaluate and apply information effectively and responsibly. b. Technology Competency Students will use technology learning tools and technology applications at a level appropriate to achieve disciplinespecific course requirements and standards. Demonstrated skills might include, but are not limited to: word processing and file management; use or development of simulations, web pages, databases; graphing calculators; etc. 4. Diversity Students will develop individual responsibility, personal integrity, and respect for diverse peoples and cultures of the world. a. Cultural Students will respect and work with diverse people including those with different cultural and linguistic backgrounds and different abilities. b. Social Students will interact with individuals and within groups with integrity and awareness of others opinions, feelings and values. c. Environmental Students will demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues that will enhance their capacity for making decisions and sound judgments about the environment. 5. Civic Responsibility Students will take personal responsibility for becoming informed, ethical and active citizens of their community, their nation and their world. 6. Life Skills a. Creative Expression Students will produce artistic and creative expression. b. Aesthetic Appreciation Students will respond to artistic and creative expressions. c. Personal Growth Students will demonstrate habits of intellectual exploration, personal responsibility, and practical and physical well-being. d. Interpersonal Skills Students will participate effectively in teams, committees, task forces, and in other group efforts to make decisions and seek consensus. 7. Careers Students will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to select and develop careers. Accreditation Santa Ana College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, an institutional body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Veterans Administration. Santa Ana College is also approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing and accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. The college holds membership in the Community College League of California and the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges. Santa Ana College is also approved by the American Bar Association. Documents concerning the college s accreditation, licenses and approvals are maintained in the Office of the President of Santa Ana College. Students wishing to examine these documents may do so by contacting the Office of the President. Rancho Santiago Community College District Governed locally by a seven-member board of trustees elected by the citizens of the district, Rancho Santiago Community College District is a part of the California community college system, one of the three segments of public post secondary education in the state. Rancho Santiago Community College District, located in central Orange County, comprises an area of 19 square miles with a population of approximately 700,000. The district includes all of the Orange and Santa Ana Unified School Districts and a portion of the Garden Grove Unified School District. The district boundaries extend from the eastern portion of the city of Garden Grove and around the perimeters of Santa Ana, Orange, Villa Park, and Anaheim Hills, east to the Riverside County line.
7 Santa Ana College 5 RANCHO SANTIAGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ORANGETHORPE KNOTT GOLDEN WEST LINCOLN BALL KATELLA BEACH MALVERN GARDEN GROVE WARNER SLATER TALBERT Huntington Beach LA PALMA BOLSA 405 MAGNOLIA ADAMS 5 BROOKHURST EUCLID Garden Grove SAN DIEGO FWY 22 Mile Square Park Disneyland Fountain Valley HARBOR Fullerton 91 Anaheim FAIRVIEW STATE COLLEGE FWY G GROVE ARDEN SEGERSTROM ORANGE FWY BRISTOL 57 CHAPMAN LINCOLN MAIN BATAVIA CHAPMAN 17TH STREET 1ST STREET EDINGER WARNER DYER MACARTHUR R Y IVERSIDE FW NEWPORT / COSTA MESA FWY GRAND GLASSELL KATELLA Orange Santa Ana 55 John Wayne Airport TUSTIN RED HILL Irvine 405 Placentia 55 VALENCIA ARMSTRONG LA PALMA NO H L RANCH TAFT Tustin EDINGER JAMBOREE NEWPORT CULVER BARRANCA CANNON IMPERIAL HWY SANTIA GO CA NYON CH APMAN SANTA ANA FWY IRVINE CENTER DRIVE JEFFREY ESPERANZA 5 JAMBOREE IRVINE BLVD 91 Irvine Regional Park N KEY TO LOCATIONS 1. RSCCD District Office 22 N. Broadway, Santa Ana 2. Santa Ana College 150 W. 17th St., Santa Ana. Santiago Canyon College 8045 E. Chapman Ave., Orange 4. Orange Education Center 1465 N. Batavia St., Orange 5. Centennial Education Center 2900 W. Edinger Ave., Santa Ana 6. Orange County Sheriff s Department Training Center 1900 W. Katella Ave., Orange 7. Santa Ana College Orange County Sheriff s Regional Training Academy Armstrong Blvd., Tustin 8. Digital Media Center 100 S. Bristol St., Santa Ana 9. Joint Powers Training Center 1801 Gothard, Huntington Beach Santa Ana College & Santiago Canyon College Santa Ana College opened in 1915 as an upward extension of Santa Ana High School. Of California s 109 public community colleges, it is the fourth oldest. Located first on the campus of Santa Ana High School, it moved to downtown Santa Ana, and then to its present location in On the other hand, Santiago Canyon College is among the newest community colleges in California. While the Rancho Santiago Community College District was formed to include the cities of Orange, Villa Park and Anaheim Hills in 1971, Santiago Canyon College (formerly Orange Campus) has offered comprehensive programs for students since It became an independent college July 1, Enrollment in district programs in the Fall 2012, totaled 59,19 with 41,854 in college credit courses and 17,465 in classes for Continuing Education students. The Community Services Program serves another 2,721 residents who enroll in non credit, fee supported classes. Approximately,100 credit classes are offered by the two colleges each semester, leading to Associates of Arts and Sciences degrees in more than 150 transfer and employment majors, as well as certificates of completion in 75 occupational programs. Metropolitan area television stations also deliver classes through the Community College Television Consortium. In addition, Continuing Education is offered in a variety of non credit and high school credit courses in over 1000 classes. District Facilities Santa Ana College is located on approximately 65 acres at 150 W. 17th Street in Santa Ana. The college was first opened in 1915 as an upward extension of Santa Ana High School. It is the fourth oldest community college in California. Located first on the high school campus, the college was moved to downtown Santa Ana and then to the present site in Present day market value of Santa Ana College is estimated at more than $125 million dollars. Santiago Canyon College is the district s newest college at 8045 E. Chapman Avenue. Opening its first phase of classrooms in fall, 1985, under the name of the Orange Campus, it is situated on 82 acres of land and includes six major buildings, a student center and a full-range of class offerings. The Child Development Center opened in Fall Centennial Education Center in Santa Ana and the Santiago Canyon College Orange Education Center house the college s extensive Continuing Education programs, which provide high school diplomas, English as a Second Language and older adults courses. Metropolitan area television stations also bring classes directly into the homes of many citizens through the Community College Television Consortium. Opportunity The Rancho Santiago Community College District provides opportunities for the pursuit of excellence through educational programs and services for local residents. The purpose of these programs and services is to enhance the quality of human life by providing public access to college education. A significant number of classes are scheduled off-campus each semester in order to enhance accessibility to students. The map indicates the locations of the major instructional sites within the district.
8 6 Santa Ana College RANCHO SANTIAGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Board Of Trustees President... Arianna P. Barrios Vice President... Jose Solorio Clerk....Lawrence R. Larry Labrado Member...Claudia C. Alvarez Member...John R. Hanna Member...Nelida Mendoza-Yanez. Member.... Phillip E. Yarbrough Student Trustee....Luis Correa Rancho Santiago Community College District Organization Chancellor s Office Chancellor...Raúl Rodríguez, Ph.D. Executive Assistant to the Chancellor Debra Gerard Human Resources/Educational Services Executive Vice Chancellor...John Didion Assistant to the Vice Chancellor... Josie Rodriguez Assistant Vice Chancellor...Judy Chitlik Employment Services Manager...Elouise Marasigan Risk Management & Employee Benefits Don Maus Educational Services Assistant Vice Chancellor...Enrique Perez Executive Director Child Development Services...Dee Tucker Director Early Head Start Program....My Le Pham Director SAC Child Development Center..Zeferina Gonzalez and Enriquita Isais Director SAC Child Development Center East Campus....Maria Castellon Director CEC Child Development Center....Maria Castellon Director SCC Child Development Center...Susan Wahl Director OEC Child Development Center... Mary O Neill Manager Business & Entrepreneurship Centers, Local....Maricela Sandoval Director Business & Entrepreneurship Centers, Statewide..Michael Roessler Interim Director Center for International Trade Development...Jetza Torres Director Digital Media Center......Gustavo Chamorro, Ed.D. Director Grants.... Sarah Santoyo Director Research...Nga Pham Director Corporate Training Institute...Ruth Cossio-Muniz Director Small Business Development Center...Leila Mozaffari Public Affairs & Publications Director Communications and Publications... Judy Iannaccone Electronic Media Specialist... Dean Hopkins Business Operations and Fiscal Services Vice Chancellor....Peter J. Hardash Assistant to the Vice Chancellor...Linda Melendez Auxiliary Services Director... Rhonda Langston Facility Planning Assistant Vice Chancellor...Vacant District Construction and Support Services Director...Darryl Odum Fiscal Services Assistant Vice Chancellor...Adam O Connor Accounting Manager Accounts Payable... Ruby Morallos Accounting Manager Payroll.... Diane Kincheloe Project Manager...Sheena Tran Budget Analysts...Thao Nguyen, Gina Huegli Information Technologies Services Assistant Vice Chancellor...Sylvia LeTourneau Director Web Services...Alfonso Oropeza Director Academic Support....Curtis Childress, Nick Quach Interim Director Human Services and Fiscal Services.... Doug Johnson Interim Director Student System... Stuart Davis Purchasing Director... Tracey Conner-Crabbe Security/Safety Director District Safety/Security...Al Chin SANTA ANA COLLEGE President...Erlinda J. Martinez, Ed.D. Assistant to the President...Kennethia Vega Director College Advancement.... Christina Romero Sports Information Coordinator Public Affairs...Jason Kehler Administrative Services Vice President...Michael T. Collins, Ed.D Academic Affairs Vice President...Linda Rose, Ed.D. Enrollment Reporting Manager...Carl Jaeger Coordinator Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment/Accreditation Liaison Officer...Bonita N. Jaros, Ph.D. Distance Education Coordinator....Cherylee Kushida Business Division Dean....Allen Dooley, Ed.D. Academic Computing Center...Michael T. Nguyen Counselor...Dennis Sadler Accounting and Business Administration Chair... Jinhee Trone Business Applications and Technology Chair...Dena Montiel-Childress Computer Science Chair...Noel Dahlen Engineering Co-Chairs...Susan Sherod / Craig Takahashi, Ph.D. Global Business and Entrepreneurship Chair...Madeline Grant Paralegal Chair... Richard Manzano, J.D. Career Education and Workforce Development Dean....Bart Hoffman CTE Transitions Coordinator....John Kalko CTE Counselor... Maria Rios Fine & Performing Arts Division Dean....Vacant Art Chair...Irene Soriano, Ph.D. Dance Chair...Eve Kikawa Communication Studies Chair...Lance Lockwood Communications and Media Studies Chair...Charles Little Music Chair... Brian Kehlenbach, D.M.A. TV/Video Communications Chair...Terry Bales Theatre Arts Chair...Valinda Tivenan Kinesiology, Health and Athletics Division Dean....Avie Bridges Chair...Brian Sos, Ph.D. Counselor...Rey Robledo Head Coach Baseball....Don Sneddon Head Coach Basketball-Men...David Breig Head Coach Basketball-Women...Flo Luppani Head Coach Cross Country-Women...Miriam Mitzel Head Coach Football....Geoff Jones Head Coach Soccer-Men...Jose Vasquez Head Coach Soccer-Women... Jessica Rapoza Head Coach Softball...Kim Nutter Head Coach Swimming-Women...Michelle Welsh Head Coach Track & Field -Women...Miriam Mitzel Head Coach Volleyball-Women....Troy Abbey Head Coach Water Polo-Men...Alfred Reyes Head Coach Water Polo-Women....Michelle Welsh Head Coach Wrestling.... Vince Silva
9 Santa Ana College 7 Humanities and Social Sciences Division Dean....Shelly Jaffray Counselor...Angela Brown Anthropology/Sociology/Women's Studies Chair...Sandy Wood Economics/Geography Chair... Gus Montes English Chair...Matthew Beyersdorf ESL Chair...Elissa Hassel Ethnic Studies Chair... Angelina Veyna History Chair...Ron Martin, Ph.D. Honors Transfer Program Coordinator....Kathy Patterson Learning Center...Shelly Jaffray Modern Languages Chair... Javier Galvan Philosophy Chair...Zachary Fish, Ph.D. Political Science Chair...Philippe Andrade, Ph.D. Psychology Chair...Fernando Ortiz, Ph.D. Reading Chair...Wenona Kossler Human Services and Technology Division Dean....Bart Hoffman Coordinator Speech, Lang., Pathology Assistant... Monica Porter Counselor...Reina Sanabria Automotive Technology/Diesel/Welding Chair...Glen Hammonds Criminal Justice Co-Chairs...Andy Gonis/George Wright Criminal Justice Academies Assistant Dean...John Finch Family & Consumer Studies Interim Chair...Kyla Benson Fire Technology Assistant Dean of Fire Technology...Donald Mahany Director, Fire Education/Fire Academy...Vacant Coordinator Fitness Program... Kris Ross, Terri Wann Coordinator Fire Officer Program...Gary Dominguez Human Development Chair...Gwen Morgan-Beazell Manufacturing Technology Chair...Dietrich Kanzler Media Systems Assistant Dean...Don Mahany Lead, Media Systems....John Tran Occupational Therapy Assistant Coordinator....Michelle Parolise Pharmacy Technology Chair... K.C. Huynh, Pharm.D. Quick Center Dean....Bart Hoffman Lead Publications Assistant...Connie Jimenez Library Division Counselor...Robert Gallego Chair Library...Luis Pedroza/Nell Yang Chair Library Technology Program...Yolanda Garcia Science, Mathematics, and Health Sciences Division Interim Dean.... Cher Carrera Counselor... Cathie Shaffer Biology Co-Chair...Jubal Hampton, Kathy Takahashi, Ph.D. Chemistry Chair...Crystal Jenkins Health Sciences/Nursing Associate Dean/Director...Rebecca Miller Assistant Directors.... Gina Giroux, Mary Steckler Facilitator EMT....Elaine Dethlefsen Chair...Mary Steckler Mathematics Chair... Michael Everett Medical Assistant Chair... Catherine Emley Physical Science Co-Chairs...John Kalko, Phil Hughes Student Services Vice President of Student Services...Sara Lundquist, Ph.D. Admissions and Records Associate Dean Admissions & Records...Mark Liang, J.D. Registrar...Christopher Truong Counseling Division Dean....Micki Bryant, Ph.D. Co-Chairs...Mary Castellanos, Rey Robledo, Martha Vargas Articulation Officer....Paula Canzona Counselor/Coordinator MESA.... Cathie Shaffer Counselor/Coordinator PUENTE...Reina Sanabria Counselor/Coordinaror Teacher Education...Steve Bautista Counselor/Coordinator Transfer Center.... Martha Vargas Counselor/Coordinator U-LINK...Rochelle Zook Career/Job Resource Center...Marisela Godinez, Sandy Morris-Pfyl Counselor/Coordinator Testing Center.... Beverly Birnbaum EOPS/CARE Associate Dean EOPS....Christine Leon Counselor/Coordinator CARE/CalWORKs Programs...Ann Lockhart Coordinator EOPS Resource Center...Gabriela Sanchez Counselor/Coordinator YESS Program... Sylvia Sanchez Financial Aid Associate Dean Financial Aid... Robert Manson Coordinator Student Placement... Janet Grunbaum Veterans Office...Dorothy Swayne Special Services Associate Dean DSPS...Vacant Alternative Media...Angela Tran Assistive Technology...Don Dutton Coordinator Communication Disabilities/ABI...Renee Miller Coordinator Deaf & Hard of Hearing...Monica Collins Coordinator Health & Wellness Center...Rebecca Barnard Coordinator DSPS...Maria Aguilar Coordinator Scholarship Program...Peggy Card-Govela Counselor/Coordinator Testing Center.... Beverly Birnbaum Coordinator Psych Disabilities...Susana Salgado, Ph.D. Training Director Psych Services....Phi Loan Le, Psy.D. Student Affairs Dean....Lilia Tanakeyowma, Ed.D. Associate Dean Student Development... Loy Nashua, J.D. Assistant Dean Student Services...Teresa Mercado-Cota Coordinator Community Services....Lithia Williams Coordinator Gear Up....John Vu Coordinator Student Outreach....Daniel Marquez Student Transition Program....Luisa Ruiz International Students Office...Kanana Gitonga Service Learning Center Office...John Vu Coordinator SSSP/Upward Bound.... Romelia Madrigal Coordinator Talent Search...Marco Ramirez Coordinator Veterans Upward Bound... Joseph Alonzo Career Academy Scholars Program...Amanda Romero Veterans Resource Center... Loy Nashua, J.D. English Language Academy...Kanana Gitonga Continuing Education Interim Vice President...James Kennedy Dean Instruction/Student Services Santa Ana Nilo Lipiz Dean Instruction/Student Services Santa Ana Sergio Sotelo, Ph.D. Associate Dean Instruction/Student Services...Christine Kosko Associate Registrar...Phuong Nguyen Disabled Student Programs & Services Chair...Mary Stephens English as a Second Language Co-Chairs...Susan Gaer, Karen Dennis, Rob Jenkins, Sally Scoggin This chart reflects the RSCCD organization as of July 1, 201