Office of Student Success, Equity, & Inclusion
Student Success & Equity Committee Vision
SAC is a college where students can achieve their educational goals and a defined course of study free from racism and sexism, homophobia and any other assumptions and prejudices
Student Success & Equity Committee Mission
The Mission of the Santa Ana College Student Success and Equity Committee is to boost achievement for all students with an emphasis on eliminating opportunity gaps. To do this we make recommendations on how equity funding is allocated, evaluate the use of that funding, and explore strategic ideas grounded in institutional research in order to support an education free from racism and sexism, homophobia and any other assumptions and prejudices
Student Equity & Achievement Program (SEAP)
Student Equity and Achievement Program is a state-funded effort focused on demolishing all the achievement gaps for students from traditionally underrepresented communities. Santa Ana College uses research and the innovative talents of our faculty, staff, and administration to improve outcomes for all students. All of the people involved in SEAP are committed to the belief that it is our responsibility as an institution to improve the outcomes of all of our students regardless of their gender, race, income, disability, veteran status or foster youth status.
Terms and Concepts That Guide Our Work
Equality vs. Equity
While equality ensures that access is available to all students, equity addresses outcomes. Equity is the work it takes by the institution to assure that, whatever the students' background, it provides the resources and support needed to achieve students' educational goals and outcomes.
A view of diversity in thought, culture, and traits as positive assets. Faculty, staff, and students alike are valued for what they bring rather than being characterized by what they need to work on or lack.
An institution ready to serve a diverse group of students' measures learning outcomes to improve performance and adopts practices and organizational structure to ensure student success.
A transformative consciousness and practice that addresses the historical and sociopolitical causes of the inequities found in education and engages in data informed efforts to repair and restore our educational systems. It also interrogates the system, tools, and strategies of the traditional approach and produces innovative student-ready strategies for success.
|Co-Chairs ||Dr. Jeffrey Lamb -Vice President, Academic Affairs|
Professor Chantal Lamourelle- SEAP Faculty Coordinator
|SEAP Coordinator - Non Credit ||Dr. Janet Cruz Teposte|
|Dean of Counseling (advisement, follow-up) ||Dr. Maria Dela Cruz|
|Dean of Student Affairs (outreach/orientation) ||Dr. Greg Toya|
|Dean of Enrollment Services or Registrar ||Mark Liang|
|Dean of Instruction and Student Services
|Vice President, Academic Affairs||Dr. Jeffrey Lamb|
|Vice President, Student Services||Dr. Vaniethia Hubbard|
|Director of Research||Dr. Daniel Martinez|
|Student Services ||Dr. Armando Soto|
|Academic Affairs ||Vacant|
|OER/ ZTC||Annie Knight|
|English or Reading||Vacant|
|EMLS (credit) ||Vacant |
|ESL (noncredit)||Dr. Merari Weber|
|Assessment||Maria Aguilar Beltran|
|Student Services at large ||Rebecca Barnard|
|Quantitative Reasoning or Bus. 130||Tommy Strong|
|Counseling (noncredit)||Patty Siguenza|
|Professional Development ||Amberly Chamberlain|
|Career Education (CE) (credit)||Kim Smith|
|Career Education (CE) (noncredit)||Dr. Oziel (Ozzie) Madrigal|
|Academic Support Center ||Kathy Walczak|
|Transfer ||Leo Pastrana|
|Research||Dr. Kevin Kawa|
|Student Representatives (up to two)||Vacant|