IVC President John Hernandez announced the two winners of the college’s inaugural Caring Campus Ambassador Awards last week. IVC is a leader in the Caring Campus movement, a national effort through the Institute for Evidence-Based Change, where Classified professionals work together with faculty and administrators to provide students the support they need to reach their educational goals. For this inaugural annual award, a committee selected one individual and one department that represents the essence of Caring Campus.
Please take note of recent changes to our class schedule due to the high transmission of the Omicron and Delta variants of COVID-19 in Orange County.
CITI Ventures and NexusEdge Education selected five IVC students for the fall cohort of the CITI University Partnerships in Innovation & Discovery (CUPID) Program. Shivum Berry, Vivian Du, Chase Nortman, Mya Thanegi Soe, and Elisa Marconell Tejedor, all IVC business students, were five of the eight students selected statewide.
For many Irvine Valley College (IVC) students, one of the most important aspects of their time at IVC is their participation in the college’s revered Model United Nations (MUN) program. The IVC MUN team participates in and wins awards at conferences each year. The program, established in 1997, allows students to learn about and experience the processes of international democracy through role play.