Randy Jepson 1982 Alumnus

Randy Jepson graduated from the Architecture program at Golden West College in 1982 and earned his bachelor’s degree from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

He began working for the Himes-Peters Architects firm, ultimately becoming co-partner of  Himes-Peter-Jepson Architects in Tustin. He specializes in commercial and industrial design such as the California Motor Speedway in Fontana.

Randy gives back to his community. He is a long time supporter of the GWC Architectural program. He gives his time as a guest lecturer as well as a member of the Architectural Advisory Committee.

Randy attributes his success to instructor Ted Palmer.

“As an older student, Ted appreciated the challenge of working full-time and going to school. He and I connected on a personal level, and through his attitude and encouragement I attained my educational goals.”

Randy was an Alumni Pillar of Achievement recipient at the 2006 Courtyard of  Honor Ceremony.