Information Technology Services

"Fostering Learning, Productivity, and Collaboration" 

ITS Management

  
​Name / Email ​Title​ Responsibility ​Area Phone​
Lee
Krichmar​
​Assistant Vice-Chancellor of ITS ​Information Technology Services Department ​(714)480-7401
Curt Childress ​Director Academic Support ​ ​Academic Technology Services  --  SCC  --  ​(714) 628-4980
Nicholas Quach ​Director Academic Support ​Academic Technology Services --  SAC  -- ​(714) 564-6425
​Stuart
Davis
Director of Information Systems ​Application Development Student Module ​(714) 480-7409
Doug Johnson Director of Information Systems ​Application Development HR/Finance Module ​(714) 480-7441
Alfonso Oropeza Director of Information Systems Institutional Websites Development ​(714) 480-7437
​Phil
Lyle
Director Network and Communications ​Network and Communications Services ​(714) 480-7417
 

Address:

RSCCD
Information Technology Services
2323 N. Broadway,
Suite 249
Santa Ana, CA 92706

SAC
Information Technology
Services
1530 W 17th St.
Room A-120
Santa Ana, CA 92706​
SCC​
Information Technology Services
8045 E. Chapman Ave.
Room H-127
Orange CA 92869

District Technology Status Update:

RSCCD Network: Fully Functioning
Exchange / Outlook: Fully Functioning
Phone / Voice Mail: Fully Functioning
Datatel: Fully Functioning
Web Advisor: Fully Functioning
Blackboard: Fully Functioning

Mission Statement

Information Technology Services (ITS) enables Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) to define and fulfill the role of technology in higher education.  Through the use of technological resources, ITS supports academic programs, student services, and administration at the district office, the colleges, and academic centers.  

Under the direction of the Assistant Vice Chancellor, ITS:

  • Provides a robust, reliable, and secure information technology infrastructure to the District.
  • Supports the use of information technology to facilitate academic innovation in instruction and learning.
  • Provides electronic access to information.
  • Anticipates and executes the needs of the community in a timely manner.
  • Promotes and develops partnerships to empower campus-wide use of technology.
  • Develops a community that is adaptable to technological changes.
  • Provide professional customer service and satisfactory resolutions to end users.

ITS is comprised of four departments:

  • Academic Technology Services (one each at Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College)
  • Network and Communications
  • Application Development