Explore the academic divisions and programs offered at Santiago Canyon College.
Dean: David Vakil
Administrative Secretary: Nadine Selby
Administrative Secretary: Roxzel Soto Tellez
The programs and disciplines within the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Division include Academic Success Center, Anthropology, Art, Communication, Economics, English as a Second Language/ACE, English, Fine and Performing Arts, Geography, History, Languages, Languages Lab, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Reading, and Sociology.
Interim Associate Dean: Elizabeth Arteaga
Administrative Secretary: Vacant
Administrative Secretary: Amy Styffe
The programs within the Business and Career Technical Education Division include Accounting, Apprenticeship, Business, Code Enforcement Officer, Computer and Related Programs, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Gemology, Human Development, Management, Marketing, Public Works, Real Estate, Survey/Mapping, TV Video Communications, Water Utility Science, and Women in Non-Traditional Careers.
Dean: Martin Stringer
Administrative Secretary: Tracy Montana
Administrative Secretary: Pilar Vasquez
The programs within the Mathematics and Sciences Division include Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Kinesiology, Mathematics, Nutrition, Physics and Physical Science.
Institutional Effectiveness, Library & Learning Support Services Division
Dean: Aaron Voelcker
Administrative Clerk: Jessica Gilbert
The Division includes Institutional Effectiveness & Research, the Tutoring Center, Distance Learning, the Instructional Design Center, and the SCC Library, which also houses the Library & Information Studies program.
Counseling and Student Support Services Department
Dean (Interim): Jennifer Coto
The support services within the Counseling and Student Support Services Division include career exploration and university transfer information, career development for undecided majors, one-on-one counseling, educational planning and course selection, application workshops for Cal State and University of California, Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS), and Pathways to Teaching.