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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

TRANSCRIPT: Live Chat with Chancellor Marvin Martinez 4-30-2020

Before we get started, do you have any announcements that you would like to share to everyone right now? Yeah,

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  • April 22, 2020

TRANSCRIPT: Live Chat with Chancellor Marvin Martinez 4/16/2020

On April 11, a food pantry hosted by the Power of One Foundation was at Santa Ana College. How did

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  • April 5, 2020

TRANSCRIPT: Live Chat With Chancellor Marvin Martinez 4/2/2020

The governor announced this week that students will not be returning to campuses for the rest of the academic year.

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  • October 29, 2018

Here Are the 2018 Candidates for the RSCCD Board of Trustees

[easy-image-collage id=23109] Three Rancho Santiago Community College District trustees are up for re-election this year, with the Area 4 and

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  • October 3, 2018

Officials Are Increasing Funding for Community Colleges That Graduate More Students

The district will receive a much-needed influx of dollars over the next two years as roll out begins on a state-approved funding

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.

Court of Appeals Affirms Lawsuit Against District

The Rancho Santiago Community College District is losing about $1 million after the Orange County Court of Appeals affirmed a prior lawsuit decision against the district.

Santiago Canyon College Reopens After Canyon Fire Evacuation Lifted

After three days of mandatory evacuation from a firestorm, Santiago Canyon College will resume normal operations Thursday, Oct. 12, after the campus was deemed safe by authorities.

District Prepares For Possible Budget Shortfall

A continuing decline in enrollment and a possible economic downturn may leave Santa Ana College underfunded by 2020.