About Greg Sandoval

An experienced educational administrator, Greg Sandoval began preparing for his career as a student at UCLA, where he earned a bachelor of arts in political science. Following this, he gained acceptance to Azusa Pacific University, to earn a master of arts in educational administration. He completed his formal training with a doctor of education in community college leadership at San Diego State University. After graduating, he began work as director of financial aid and student employment with the Southwestern Community College District in Chula Vista, California, where he later became assistant dean and then dean of student services. During this time, Greg Sandoval shaped the district’s online educational systems and led various initiatives in counseling, personal and career development, and more.

Most recently, Greg Sandoval worked as vice president for student services of Moreno Valley College, a school comprised of approximately 8,500 students. In this position, he proved instrumental in applying and receiving competive federal funding and securing contracts from local high school districts. Furthermore, Greg Sandoval worked to reestablish bus transportation for the school, among a host of other additions and improvements.

Work experience

Work experience
Oct 2010 - Jun 2014

Vice-President for Student Services

Moreno Valley College