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Crossing Oceans for New Opportunities

February 15, 2022

JuJu Yen

Ju-Yu Yen is on the road to success. 

An adult learner and transfer student originally from Taiwan, Ju-Yu came to the United States in 2019 to kickstart her education and launch a career and set an example for her kids. At Irvine Valley College, she found the opportunity to do just that. 

Enrolling in the School of Business Sciences, Ju-Yu chose to pursue Computer Information Management. She believes her hard work ethic and motivation will lead her to a successful career in website analysis. “I think it’s a challenging job…I believe that I can do well,” says Ju-Yu. 

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Reaffirming IVC’s Commitment

January 28, 2022

With the rise in hate incidents throughout our region, Irvine Valley College (IVC) reaffirms our commitment to inclusion, equity, and racial justice.

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IVC selected as part of #CaliforniansForAll College Corps Program

January 21, 2022

California Volunteers

Irvine Valley College (IVC) has been selected to participate in the #CaliforniansForAll College Corps program. IVC joins a local consortium with Concordia University Irvine and Vanguard University who were selected as part of 45 new partner colleges and universities, including 18 community colleges to launch the largest state-level investment in a college service program in California history.

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Caring Campus Ambassador Award Recipients Named

January 14, 2022

IVC President John Hernandez announced the two winners of the college’s inaugural Caring Campus Ambassador Awards last week.

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Updates on Spring Semester Classes

January 04, 2022

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.

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Five IVC Students Selected for Competitive CITI Program

December 10, 2021

CITI University Partnerships in Innovations and Design Cover

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. The CUPID Program is intended to develop a pipeline of California community college students from which to recruit for employment.

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IVC Breaks Ground on New Arts Village

December 08, 2021

Fine Arts Complex Ground Breaking

On Wednesday, December 1, IVC hosted the groundbreaking and dedication of its long-envisioned Arts Village. The complex will be built directly southwest of the current Performing Arts Center, next to the newly built Parking Lot 6. It will consist of three new buildings totaling 62,471 gross square footage and a core area quad. The Arts Village will house the School of the Arts in one main area of campus, while allowing room for future expansion.

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IVC's Model United Nations Program Leaves Lasting Impact on Students

December 06, 2021

MUN 2020

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.

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Students Treated to IVC Cares Autumn Meal Distribution

November 23, 2021

students with meal bags

Irvine Valley College (IVC) hosted a meal distribution event on November 22 in the Student Services Center Quad. Close to 500 meals were provided to students just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. Each student received a holiday meal pack, important resources on Financial Aid and CalFresh, student hygiene packs, and a range of information on student support services.

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