Orange Coast College Architecture Students Benefit From DeNova Homes Visit

DeNova Homes recently held an educational event for Orange Coast College (OCC) students where 40 architecture students got to listen to a speech by Division President Alan Toffoli. After the speech, students were treated to an onsite tour of two model homes at the Aura construction site in Costa Mesa. Learn more:


When completed, the development will boast 33 detached residences that have been designed to complement the Orange County location.


Toffoli stated that participating in the event is important because DeNova Homes wants to give back to the community and nurture future architecture and design talent.


Orange Coast College is one of the nation’s top transfer schools and is located in Costa Mesa, California. The college sits on a 164-acre campus that is located just minutes from Southern California’s impressive beaches.


OCC has consistently ranked number one in Orange County community colleges for having the most students transfer to the California University and California State University systems. With over 25,000 students being registered each semester, Orange Coast College is one of the nation’s largest community colleges.


While OCC offers 135 academic and career programs, it is best known for its public nautical program. Nearly half of the students are enrolled in one of the college’s Career and Technical education programs.


With so many students going on the complete their degrees at four-year universities, it is no wonder the Orange Coast College continues to grow and attract the top students in the region. With continued cooperation with local businesses like DeNova Homes Orange Coast College continues to give their students every advantage and opportunity for success in the future. Learn more: