Monica Green, Ed.D.
President, Norco College
Monica Green, Ed.D., serves as the Norco College president. Prior to this role, Green led Riverside City College as the vice president of Planning and Development. Prior to RCC, she served as the dean and later vice president of the Norco College Student Services division from 2009 – 2018, where she developed, implemented, and evaluated student services programs to support student access, equity, and success. She provided leadership and direction in Admissions and Records, Assessment, Athletics, Career Center, Counseling, Student Financial Services, and wide variety of student support services.
Ed.D., Organizational Leadership
Pepperdine University, Malibu
Master of Arts, Rehabilitation Counseling
California State University, San Bernardino
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Bachelor of Arts in Social Relations
University of California, Riverside
Green has 18 years of experience within the California community college system, six years as counseling faculty and twelve years as an administrator. As an advocate for higher education, she leads and provides support in the writing of grants, position papers, and delivering professional presentations. College and career readiness is of particular interest to Green, so over the years she has led many collaborative projects related to these areas. She led the development of Norco College’s award-winning Summer Advantage program in collaboration with the local unified school district. Summer Advantage is a unique first year experience for graduating high school seniors that offers academic and student support services to prepare students for college success. Most recently, Green led the college’s Completion Initiative and Guided Pathways movement. These college reform efforts completely redesign the community college to increase college completion and reduce the time to completion.
Green believes in paying it forward and is active in local, regional, and statewide efforts. She serves as past-president of Soroptimist International of Corona where she advocates for the educational advancement of women and girls locally and internationally. Green also provided program leadership to the local Chamber of Commerce’s Executive Leadership Roundtable and serves on the Corona History Association Executive Board. She is a first generation college student who understands the hope, influence, and life-changing capacity afforded by higher education. Green strongly believes in maintaining high principles of integrity, honesty, and respect, while fostering positive and effective teamwork to promote student success.
Hours & Location
Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Student Services Building, First Floor