Fiscal Services Department

​​​​The primary mission of the Fiscal Services Department is to efficiently and effectively serve as the financial center for the District's fiscal operations while providing excellent service to our various "customers". Our main functions include budgeting, accounting, accounts payable, payroll, and internal audit.  In conjunction with the colleges, the Fiscal Services Department coordinates the annual budgetary process which establishes the expenditure levels for the expected revenues, manages general fund and other special funds, properly records actual revenues and expenditures, assures the timely payment of district obligations for the payment of wages and salaries to staff and outside contractors and vendors, provides reports for monitoring budget and expense performance, and complies with external reporting requirements​​.

Key Department Contacts:

NamePosition​Phone No.​​Email

Adam O'Connor​

Assistant Vice Chancellor, Fiscal Services​(714) 480-7321​​​​​email icon

Erika Almaraz

​Manager, Fiscal Services​(714) 480-7349​​​​email icon

Thao Nguyen​

​Manager, Budget, Forecasting, & Analysis​(714) 480-7323​​​​​email icon

Gina Huegli​

​Budget Analyst​(714) 480-7324​​​​​email icon

Nancy Tanner

Payroll Manager(714) 480-7520​​​​​email icon

​Shelly Randolph

​Internal Audit Manager​(714) 480-7588​​​​email icon

Leanna Nolan

​Senior Clerk​(714) 480-7321​​​​email icon


The following reports are currently available:

​Report​Current​Prior Fiscal Years
Audit Reports

2017-2018 District Audit 

2017-2018 Rancho Santiago CCD Foundation Audit

 2017-2018 Santa Ana College Foundation Audit

2017-2018 Santiago Canyon College Foundation Audit 

Prior Audit Reports
Annual Financial & Budget Reports (CCFS-311)2017-2018Prior Annual Financial & Budget Reports
​Apportionment Attendance Reports (CCFS 320 & 321)2018-2019 Prior Apportionment Attendance Reports
​Actuarial Studies of Retiree Health Liabilities

June 30, 2018

Actuarial Study Presentation to Trustees 7/16/18

Prior Actuarial Studies