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IVC Statement on Escalating Situation in Iran

Dear IVC Community:

As we learn of the increasing violent acts in Iran – including at Sharif University and on high school campuses, we extend our support as this news can be upsetting and distressing, especially for those in the Irvine Valley College (IVC) community who have close ties with the country and Iranian community.

IVC unwaveringly supports the empowerment of women around the world to choose the way they wish to present themselves without fear of violence, imprisonment, persecution, or death.

IVC Spoken Word

Purpose and Services

The Spoken Word Club aims to connect with and celebrate the diversity and backgrounds of our community on a deeply personal level, as well as develop and stimulate student interest in storytelling and creative writing. We hope to hold thematic bi-yearly performances to further enable self-expression. ​​​​​​

Dance Club

Purpose and Services

Our mission is to provide an appreciation for the art of dance in a safe, fun, and educated environment. Our goal is to have dance be a fun and approachable activity and outlet that everyone can participate in. We welcome all students at all dance levels!​​​​​​

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Purpose and Services

Give students who are interested in a future education and career path pertaining to the studies of neurology as well as neuroscience a chance to engage and learn of new opportunities surrounding their major. Also take part in fun volunteering activities in order to service the community within the domain of public health.​​​​​​

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Board Game Club

Purpose and Services

The Board Game Club shall promote public awareness of alternate forms of tabletop, party, role-playing, and digital games, and stimulate student interest in creatively collaborating and meeting new people. A successful Board Game Club should help its members build necessary improvising, collaborating, strategizing, problem solving, planning, and leadership skills.

IVC Receives $1.9 million AANAPISI Grant

IVC has been awarded an Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) grant from the US Department of Education. The five-year, $1.9 million grant will allow IVC to implement the Equitable Learning Experience Valuing Achievement, Transfer, Empowering Asian American Pacific Islander (ELEVATE AAPI @IVC) program, building upon previous AANAPISI funding and outcomes. The project, which begins this month, will be led by Counselor Marianne Wolfe under the leadership of Dean of Liberal Arts Brooke Bui.

IMA Transfer Going from Gamer to Game-Changer

When it came to winning at life, Alex Puh had the right specs, and the optimal strategy. Gaming was his hobby, but he wanted it to be more.

Blending his passion with his pursuit of a paycheck, Alex began his educational journey at Riverside City College as a student in the Digital Media Arts program. It was at RCC that he stumbled upon a class that completely rerouted his career path.