For decades, Imperial Valley College has been the home and community of exceptional students, faculty, classified professionals, administrators, and Trustees who all work together to help students achieve their dreams.
Despite the major challenges of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, Imperial Valley College continues to move forward and to make a long-lasting impact on students, their families, and our community. Throughout this year, the college has reflected on its core values, what and who it represents, as well as identity moving forward as they continue to adapt to a new reality.
Imperial Valley College prides itself to be an institution that provides hope, quality higher education, excellent support services, and a future of success for students. It continues to strive to close the achievement gap, to be inclusive of all, and continues to be committed to social justice.
“As we are coping with our new reality, we find opportunities to continue to evolve, filled with hope, tremendous pride, and gratitude. IVC will be utilizing a new logo to represent innovation, optimism, freshness and a future for our students that is bright and full of possibilities,” said Superintendent/President, Dr. Martha Garcia, “The college is creating the 2030 Strategic Educational Master Plan and we have many dreams for the future of this institution.”
The new logo embraces the sun’s color and welcoming warmth, in which it represents the college’s team as it serves our students and community. It promotes the inclusiveness that the college offers to all who place their trust in IVC to advance their education. The new logo was recently released and has been seen on social media and billboards around Imperial County.
Imperial Valley College honors and respects its history and traditional colors and will resort to utilizing the original IVC logo when deemed appropriate. For now, the college plans on using its new logo as the new year, 2021, approaches with enthusiasm and energized to pursue new possibilities.
IVC’s new logo was created by a local independent contractor and IVC graduate, Roberto Pozos. The college would like to say a special thanks to him and all those who have been involved with a new ongoing marketing campaign.