District considers a $720 million bond for November ballot

The district may be asking voters to approve a $720 million bond for upgraded facilities this November after missing a

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  • November 23, 2022

Vaccine mandate suspended for students and staff

The Rancho Santiago Community College District Board of Trustees voted Oct. 11 to suspend the COVID-19 student vaccine mandate that

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  • November 8, 2022

Misunderstanding means missed bond opportunity

An Orange County superior court judge ruled in favor of the Registrar of Voters after the district attempted to sue

SAC president at her desk in fall 2020

SAC won’t have a permanent president until next year. Here’s why

After failing to hire a new president, district officials extended the interim position to acting Santa Ana College President Marilyn

Here’s what fall semester could look like at Santa Ana College 

Santa Ana College is continuing with remote instruction through summer and it’s all but confirmed that COVID-19 will keep the

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  • March 26, 2020

Transcript: Our First COVID-19 Live Chat with RSCCD Chancellor Marvin Martinez

The most recent news this morning is that we have our district’s first confirmed case of COVID-19: a part-time employee

District Arms 10 More Campus Safety Staff

Ten new armed security personnel members are joining the Rancho Santiago Community College District by the end of this semester, more than doubling the current district-wide armed officer count.

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  • November 28, 2016

RSCCD Faculty Rejects District’s Contract Offer

After working for about a year and a half without a new contract, faculty from both Santa Ana College and Santiago

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  • March 17, 2016

Faculty at Odds With Association Over Saudi Lawsuit

By Jose Servin A rift between faculty and their union leaders is causing distrust and anger among professors after a yearlong