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Santiago Canyon College Foundation

Mission Statement

The mission of the Santiago Canyon College Foundation (SCCF) is to sponsor various gift-giving opportunities, increase public awareness, and participate in campaigns needed to provide for the scholarships, programs, and capital needs of the College. 

Foundation Board members.  front row left to right, Foundation President Shelly Parsons and Secretary Dr. Betty Cotton.  Back row left to right, Kevin Hunt, Treasurer Dean Strenger and SCC VP Student Services/Foundation Director John Hernandez.

Welcome to the SCC Foundation

The SCCF is an independent 501 (c) (3) organization with a purpose to raise supplemental dollars to enhance and enrich college programs, services, and scholarships that directly benefit the students and our community.

Donor gifts through the SCCF help to provide these and other opportunities each year:
  • Donor-Supported Student Scholarships
  • ​Community Science Night
  • ​Forensics Team student debate team
  • ​EOPs for students with academic/economic challenges
  • ​Guardian Scholars for students exiting foster care
  • ​Buy-the-Book Grants
  • ​International Students Program
  • ​SCC Student Art Acquisition
  • SCC Alumni Program
  • Student, Faculty, and Staff Recognition

  • The Foundation invites community participation, encouragement, and generous support. Tax-deductible contributions of cash gifts, bequests, trusts, endowments, corporate grants, life insurance benefits and personal or real property are welcomed. Foundation staff will assist donors in exploring how to make a gift to the college through the SCCF.


    Shelly Parsons
    SCCF President 2013-2014

    For more information, contact the SCCF at(714)628-4790 /email


    President Vázquez and Betty Cotton congratulate 2012 art award recipient Danielle Gomez.   The Foundation supports the annual Faculty and Classified Staff Recognition Ceremony . Shown here are RSCCD Chancellor Raúl Rodríguez, President Vázquez , Craig Rutan, Shelly Parsons and Corrina Evett.