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Irvine Valley College
Irvine, United States- California


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Irvine Valley College has been improving the quality of life for residents of South Orange County since 1985. Currently we are experiencing a time of challenging transitions. Declining property values, increased unemployment, global instability--in such times, the value of an education is immeasurable—not only for the practical purpose of developing the skills required for employment and/or a new career, but also to establish a strong foundation for analyzing and reasoning through any problem. At IVC, learning is an ongoing process.

Some of you are making the transition from high school to college; some are coming to college after an interval away from school; and still others are retraining or regrouping after years in the workforce. Whether you are planning to pursue a two-year degree or certificate, transfer to a four-year university, or enhance your career potential, I am confident that you have made the right choice in coming to Irvine Valley College.

As you pursue your academic options, you will quickly find that IVC faculty are passionately committed to their students. They include authors, scientists, designers, musicians, Fulbright scholars, and entrepreneurs who are accessible and student-focused. Our beautiful campus offers a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and the most current technology. Today, the college serves more than 14,000 students from the surrounding communities and 50 foreign countries.

IVC offers students the choice of 61 associate degree majors and 36 career and technical certificates. We are proud of our students’ successful transfers to the California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC) system, as well as a host of other prestigious campuses across the nation. Our transfer rate is #1 in Orange County and #3 among all California Community Colleges. Statistics demonstrate that IVC transfer students typically outperform students who began their undergraduate work at a university. Our career graduates likewise have a record for finding success in their chosen field.

The Latin motto on our college seal—“a posse ad esse”—translates to “from possibility to actuality.” It affirms our commitment to help our students imagine, plan for, and achieve their educational goals—no matter what they may be. I wish you, our newest students, every success as you work toward your future.

Financial Aid

Apply as a CONTINUING student if all of the following apply:

You plan on returning to IVC in the fall of 2010 and the spring of 2011.
You will have completed at least 12 units with a letter grade at IVC by the end of the fall semester 2009.
You will complete a minimum of 6 units during the spring 2010 semester with at least a 2.5 GPA and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher at the end of the semester.

Apply as a TRANSFERRING student if all of the following apply:

You plan on transferring to a four-year college, or to a program not offered at IVC where a certificate or degree can be received. You will be transferring to the following school year and can provide evidence of that transfer.
You have completed at least 24 units at IVC.
You have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
You will enroll in a minimum of 6 units or more at IVC for the spring 2010 semester.
You have not received a Transferring Students Scholarship at IVC in the past.


The General Scholarship Committee is comprised of 30 individuals including faculty, staff, administrators, students, and community volunteers. The committee, chaired by the scholarship Coordinator who is a non-voting member, reviews the applications process and establishes policies and procedures for the program.
Scholarship we are awarded on the basis of evaluation and the funds available. Unfortunately, no student is guaranteed a scholarship in the process, as we have many more applicants than scholarships available.


Students in violation of the South Orange County Community College District Code of Conduct, as determined by the IVC Dean of Student, will not be eligible for IVC scholarships.


At the end of April you will receive an E-Mail informing you if you have been selected to receive a scholarship.

If you are invited to the awards program, you are encouraged to attend. We advise you to mark your calendar for this event.
After the Award Program, you will receive a letter explaining the steps for receiving your scholarship(s). these steps have been abbreviated below:
Send a Thank-You Letter to your donor.
Meet the Spring Unit and GPA requirements as stated in the continuing/Transferring Section. If transferring, provide documentation of acceptance. The IVC Financial Aid Office will verify this information, and disbursements will be mailed to the Transfer institution.

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