Doctor of Philosophy in Education, University of California, Riverside
Masters of Public Administration, National University, Orange, CA
Masters of Science in Special Education, California State University, Long Beach
Bachelor of Arts in History, Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, CA
Hoggatt, M. (In Press). Access in Community College Policy: An Examination of the Social and Political Space Afforded Disabled Students in California. Community College Policies. Community College Journal of Research and Practice.
Levin, J.S., Lopez Damien, A.I., Martin, M. C., & Hoggatt, M.J. (In Press). The US Community College after Globalization. In L. Tran & K. Dempsey (Eds.) Internationalization in Vocational Education and Training: Transnational Perspectives. Springer.
Levin, J., Hoggatt, M., Lopez-Damien, A., & Martin, M. (April 2016).You can go your own way: Community colleges’ responses to neoliberal policy. Presentation at 58th Annual meeting of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC). Dallas, Texas.
Hoggatt, M.J. (April 2016). Defining Access in Community College Policy. Presentation at 58th Annual meeting of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC). Dallas, Texas.
Hoggatt, M.J. (April 2016). The Economics of Disability. Keynote Presentation. 4th Annual Southern California Disability Ministry Conference. Santa Ana, California.
Hoggatt, M.J. (May 2015). The role of friendship in understanding the difference between inclusion and belonging for adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities Presentation. Young Life Capernaum South Coast Region 3rd Annual Disability Ministry Conference. Riverside, California.
Hoggatt, M.J. (April 2015). California Community Colleges and access for students with disabilities: Confronting the problem of lost opportunities in an open-access institution through financial policies. Presentation at 57th Annual meeting of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC). Fort Worth, Texas.
Hoggatt, M.J. & Levin, J. S. (April 2014). Figured worlds of community college administrators. Presentation at 99th Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Mike joined Saddleback College in May 2008. his responsibilities include running the High Tech Center, teaching classes, and advising the Superfriends Club on campus.
Prior to joining Saddleback College, Mike worked in social services at the Regional Center of Orange County and within the foster care system.
In his spare time, Mike enjoys writing, reading and traveling, but most of all he enjoys spending time with his wife, Mandy, and two kids, Summer Joy and Elijah.