If you are new to the California Community Colleges system, this is a good place to start getting acquainted with the people and programs at the 116 Community Colleges, the Chancellor’s Office and the various contractors who provide a wide range of technical assistance services to the colleges.
This is the Chancellor’s Office website addressing Guided Pathways, including resources, electronic toolkit, workshops and presentations, and robust FAQ section.
This is the Chancellor’s Office website addressing assessment, multiple measures for placement, AB 705, and resources for implementation.
This page describes dual enrollment, also known as concurrent enrollment, for high school students wanting to earn college credit at California Community Colleges.
The Transfer Counselor Website (TCW), funded by a grant from the CCC Chancellor’s Office, is a well-crafted and up-to-date website designed for California community college transfer counselors by California community college (CCC) transfer counselors. The purpose of the TCW is to support the efforts of transfer counselors across the CCC system.
This page provides current budget information for the CCCCO, including apportionment reports.
Interactive Map for the state’s community colleges, with geographic search option; also provides a robust search option by programs of study for the colleges. California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.
The DSPS Coordinators Listserv provides a wealth of information for DSPS professionals in the field. It is hosted by the CCC Accessibility Center.
Located on the CCCCO website, this directory provides the contact information for each of the state’s community colleges.
The Consultation Council is chaired by the Chancellor, and includes representatives of institutional groups, labor unions, and students to help develop and recommend policies to the Chancellor and Board of Governors. This page provides access to agendas and summaries, information on how to contact them, executive orders, standing orders, and membership.
These guidelines were published by the CCCCO in November 2013. They provide a thorough overview of course repetition regulations. Accessible PDF version of the document, 64 pages.
This website offers an overview of the DSPS program, eligibility criteria, services, and contact information for CCCCO DSPS staff. It also provides internal and external links to DSPS-related resources.
Legal opinions, advisories, discrimination information, forms, and more.
Top level page to the CCCCO website, offers access to full site.
This report is written in response to Education Code section 67312(b), which requires the Board of Governors to report every two years to the Governor, the education policy committees of the Legislature, and the California Postsecondary Education Commission on its system for evaluating “state-funded programs and services for disabled students on each campus at least every five years.” Education Code section 67312(a)(4) states, “At a minimum, these systems shall provide for the gathering of outcome data, staff and student perceptions of program effectiveness, and data on the implementation of the program and physical accessibility requirements of Section 794 of Title 29 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973.”
Enrollment Priorities Title 5 Section 58108 provides the details for which student groups qualify for priority enrollment, and provides directions to districts for establishing policies and procedures in support of such priorities. Last amendment dated 9-24-2014. Current as of 5/12/17.