"Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results." --- Andrew Carnegie
Administrative Services oversees the operations of several departments at Evergreen Valley College.
Bond Management—oversees the allocation of bond funding and operations to construct new buildings and initiate new construction projects.
Business Services – oversees campus budgeting and all accounting processes for all campus departments including personnel accounting, grants, and student activities. Business Services is also responsible for the disbursement of reimbursement checks and payroll checks for staff and students. This team is led by Kathy Tran.
Campus Technology Support and Services (CTSS)—oversees campus wide information technology, including instructional technology and operational technology. This team is led by Eugenio Canoy.
Custodial – maintains and oversees cleaning and preparation for EVC classrooms, offices, buildings, and restrooms. This team is led by Rafael Vasquez-Perez.
Facilities - maintains and oversees building safety and functionality of all campus buildings. In addition, Facilities works in tandem with Custodial and Grounds in the coordination of all construction projects, room assignment, and operational needs.
Grounds – maintains the 170-acres of Evergreen Valley College landscaping and functions of the Grounds Department.
Special Events—allocates rooms and classroom space for internal and external events and requests.
Andrea AlexanderVice President, Administrative ServicesRoom: AC-115
Colleen CuenAdministrative SecretaryRoom: A3-114Phone: (408) 223-6796Mon–Fri, 8am – 5pm
Administrative Services Bulletin
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Safety and Facilities Presentation 3.23.21
EVC Charging Stations Instructions for Use
Locations of Gender Neutral Restrooms at EVC
Campus AED CPR Program Handbook
RAM – Resource Allocation Model