The Role of Curriculum in Maintaining Your Institution's Financial Aid Eligibility (September 2016)

In 2016, the IEPI hosted a workshop titled The Role of Curriculum in Maintaining Your Institution's Financial Aid Eligibility. Attendees learned about the critical intersection of curriculum program/course design and approval with institutional financial aid and apportionment eligibility. General Information included: college/district compliance status on curriculum design and process, how to determine college/district risks, ability to identify common problems and identify requirements for programs to acquire state authorization. Training was focused on curriculum/program approval and...

Audit and Fiscal Compliance Workshop - February 19, 2016

New funding allocations, changing regulations, and compliance requirements make it more important than ever to stay current to ensure fiscal compliance and integrity. Student success and student equity, and the related funding, have become a major priority for the community college system. New full-time faculty funding, base funding, and access funding methodologies increase the complexity of an already complex system. The resources provided here are intended to provide colleges with the guidance they need to achieve a successful audit. The first video in the playlist ( Audit and Fiscal...

Crafton Hills College Integrated Planning and Program Review

At Crafton Hills College, Planning and Program Review (PPR) has become a cyclical and sustainable process that is central to integrated planning , evaluation, and resource allocation. Each unit participates in a full Program Review every four years and completes the Annual Planning questionnaire on alternate years. The documents and link provided illustrate examples of how the campus developed its planning and program review process, how the college engages in continuous quality improvement, training documents, prioritization of objectives, survey results used to inform the process, and the...