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Housing, Student Lounge, and the Student Development Mission Statement


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Housing Bulletin Board

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Life Fitness Center
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Student Lounge
Program Review Mission Statement for Student Development
Housing Bulletin Board

Room-for-rent flyers are posted on kiosks in the A100 quad and in the glass encased B100 posting area.

Student Lounge student lounge


Student Development is an integral part of a well-rounded, quality educational program and experience. Irvine Valley College’s Student Development Office is designed to provide a student-centered environment, rich in events, information and resource center, as well as a focal point for service and leadership development programs. All services delivered to students through the college bookstore, cafeteria, Student Affairs, and student government focus on supporting students so that they are successful, and enhance the educational experience and foster social, intellectual and physical growth. The addition of student photo identification cards to our department has given students the opportunity to learn more about our services, and provide them with a positive atmosphere. Associated Student Government’s philosophy fosters an appreciation of diverse cultures, communities and concepts through activity involvement and development. The college bookstore, Follett, provides students the most up-to-date methods to purchase their books, book buy-back days, and extended hours each beginning semester. The newly renovated cafeteria offers students an enjoyable dining and social experience with several food choice options. The Student Development Office wants to serve our students and designed an office easy access for photo id’s, and clearly identified where students in clubs and student government could receive assistance with their inquiries. The office interacts with the community in regards to posting flyers seeking employees, tutoring services, room rentals, sale of items, general information, and the criteria for registering voters and signature petitioning for different causes.


Learning outcomes:

  1. Ability to prioritize, meet deadlines, make decisions, develop agendas and budgets, conduct and attend meetings.
  2. Establish goals and objectives for ASIVC.
  3. Establish calendar of activities for ASIVC.
  4. Ability to understand the Brown Act and Parliamentary Procedures.
  5. Ability to synthesize information and communicate with the college community and public.
  6. Participate constructively on committees providing feedback from students that will benefit the college decision making.
  7. Ability to present reports and programs to governance groups and the Board of Trustees.
  8. Ability to represent all students in decision making process.
  9. Develop imagination and individual style in all forms of problem solving and communication.
  10. Develop events and programs that will be an interest to students.

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