I would like to welcome you to El Camino College. The Student Support Services Division is committed to serving students, parents, and our educational partners.
We want to make sure that you know that El Camino College is here to support YOU, and that has not changed.
Although we have moved classes online in response to the Governor’s Safe-at-Home directive and to practice social distancing, El Camino College Student Support Services Division will continue to support you via online efforts.
Our programs are working diligently to find ways to serve you during this time and we are moving to online support and workshops. While large events have been cancelled for the Spring semester, at this point we are looking at ways to provide alternative meet-ups and discussion groups using online tools and alternative platforms so you can maintain your connections and get real time feedback and information.
Programs under the Student Support Services Division are the following:
In addition to the above mentioned programs, the Student Support Services Division office also handles student grievances. If you have a student grievance, you can complete and submit a grievance form.
If you have a particular concern or need we can assist with, our Student Support Services Division Office is fully operational and waiting to take your call or answer your email.
Practice Social Distancing, Stay Connected, and Stay Safe. We look forward to serving you.
Dean, Student Support Services
Idania has over 19 years of progressive experiences in overall leadership in planning, organizing and directing student support services; budget and revenue administration; outreach/recruitment services; and personnel administration. Idania has worked at El Camino College for the past 11 years in various leadership roles.
Prior to Idania’s new role, she was the Student Equity Director responsible for implementing the El Camino College District Student Equity Plan, which is part of an ongoing institutional effort to examine the needs of an increasingly diverse student population and to improve proportional student academic outcomes. Previous to working in higher education, Idania spent eight years working in public policy and fiscal management for federal/local governments in Washington, D.C. and the City of Alexandria, Virginia.
Idania has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science/Public Policy from USC and earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration from George Mason University with an emphasis in Financial Management.