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Welcome from the President

​​President Dr. Linda D. RoseJoyous Greetings!

Welcome to Santa Ana College! We are very excited that you made the decision to join this vibrant college community. Your enrollment is a testament to the 100-year legacy of our commitment to students. With the completion of a class, a workforce certificate, an associate degree, or transfer pathways you will become a part of this legacy. We have thousands of alumni who made transitions to universities and colleges throughout California and the United States to complete their undergraduate education as well as alumni who are gainfully employed in a variety of careers after completing their certificate programs. The choices for academic and career pathways that will enhance your life and that of your family and community are endless!

We are dedicated to meeting the intellectual, cultural, technological, and workforce development needs of our diverse community. While the visual appearance of our campus is a little “dusty,” at the moment I guarantee you the results will be fabulous. Despite the dust, we have not removed access to our academic programs or our wonderful services designed to support your goals to earn any one of our certificates, or degrees. We apologize for the temporary disruption you may experience on campus as we prepare for the next 100 years. Do not hesitate to ask any employee for assistance or directions, we are here to help. Please enjoy this part of your educational journey as we help you successfully prepare for your fabulous future!

Linda D. Rose, Ed. D.
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President's Office​
Linda D. Rose, Ed.D.

Assistant to the President
Kennethia Vega
Phone:  (714) 564-6975
Fax: (714) 564-6977

Vice President of Academic Affairs
Carlos L. Lopez

Vice President of Administrative Services
Michael Collins, Ed.D.

Vice President of Continuing Education
James Kennedy, Ed.D.

Vice President of Student Services
Sara Lundquist, Ph.D.


Santa Ana College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional information about accreditation, including the filing of complaints against member institutions, can be found at: