[easy-image-collage id=23109] Three Rancho Santiago Community College District trustees are up for re-election this year, with the Area 4 and
The district will receive a much-needed influx of dollars over the next two years as roll out begins on a state-approved funding
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.
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.
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.
A continuing decline in enrollment and a possible economic downturn may leave Santa Ana College underfunded by 2020.
By Joanna Meza The official report for an incident that occurred early March involving a suspect who left a threatening
By Jose Servin Over the summer, the RSCCD Foundation approved a scaled-back version of its controversial deal with a company
By Jose Servin A report published by an independent auditor revealed last month that the Rancho Santiago Community College District
The district’s foundation emphasizes economic growth in its mission statement with no mention of its students Staff Editorial The Rancho Santiago Community College District has a