The SEM Institutional Self-Assessment has been designed as a tool for assessing the current state of strategic enrollment management (SEM) at a college or district. This tool can be used during various stages of SEM development and implementation, whether the college is just getting started with...Read more
This FAQ is the based on a review of strategic enrollment management (SEM) plans from 31 institutions of higher education. Fifteen of the SEM plans were from community colleges and 16 were from public universities. To ensure a broad representation of the field of higher education, the institutions...Read more
The SEM Institutional Self-Assessment has been designed as a tool for assessing the current state of strategic enrollment management (SEM) at a college or district. This tool can be used during various stages of SEM development and implementation; for getting started with SEM or evaluating existing...Read more
In this module, you will learn all you need to know about the new requirements for submitting invoices to the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office under FI$Cal. Along with the module, the CCCCO has provided an illustrative flow chart, helpful templates, and instructions to explain the...Read more
The equalization of Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) noncredit program funding has motivated many credit colleges to either begin intensive noncredit program development or expand existing programs. San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE), as the largest provider of noncredit...Read more
Reg2Go started in 1995 with one school as a pilot program to assist local high school graduates with the process of enrolling at Butte College. The goal was to help students by bringing the enrollment process to them at their high school so that by the time they graduated high school they would...Read more
Did you know? Section 508 of the federal Rehabilitation Act requires all federal agencies, employees and contractors to adhere to strict accessibility standards for all public materials. Its primary purpose is to provide individuals with disabilities access to, and use of, all public documents and...Read more
The mission of Cañada College's Disability Resource Center is to ensure educational access so that students with disabilities have every reasonable opportunity to meet their educational goals, provide educational support so that students with disabilities can demonstrate their skills, and create a...Read more
The Faculty Diversity Internship Program aims to train a diverse pool of potential faculty to effectively teach and serve the wide-range of students in the Peralta Community College District, address gaps in equity, and to develop a faculty that reflects the diversity of their student population...Read more
The paper suggests actions a Board of Trustees can take to help improve the success of a new CEO in their community college district during the first two years.Read more
One of the most common issues that Boards of Trustees face is dealing with disruptive trustees, such as trustees that attempt to micro-manage the college CEO and/or staff, require an excessive numbers of reports and information, are adversarial, etc. This paper is intended to provide Boards with...Read more
Trustees are often unsure how they can lead change as required by a Guided Pathways project in their institution without being accused of micro-managing or directing the faculty and administration how to operate the institution. The below paper describes steps a Board of Trustees can take to...Read more
The effectiveness of Trustee Board meetings can depend significantly on trustees’ conduct. Adopting and enforcing a set of ground rules and policy on the Board’s Code of Conduct can help to mitigate behaviors and attitudes that can hamper a Board’s ability to have constructive meetings. The below...Read more
Community Education at Allan Hancock College complements and expands the activities of the college to meet the dynamic educational, cultural, and life-enrichment needs of the community. Community Education enrolls students in a variety of noncredit and fee-based classes offered in the five major...Read more
In collaboration with the California Association of Community College Registrars and Admissions Officers (CACCRAO) and with the support of the CCCCO's Student Services Division staff, IEPI offered a one-day workshop for evaluators. Consistent transcript evaluations and degree audits are vital to...Read more
In 2016, East Los Angeles College, a Hispanic Serving Institution, developed the Student Success Advocates (SSA) program. The role of a Student Success Advocate is to help students navigate the college campus and resources, as well as their educational goals. SSA faculty utilize the framework of...Read more
A college is, above all things, a community of learners. To create success inside the classroom, both faculty and students must be part of a thriving academic culture outside the classroom. In 2016, College of San Mateo launched Year One, a comprehensive program structure that seeks to redesign the...Read more
“Sometimes I feel invisible on campus. There’s no one who looks like me.” “I couldn’t buy the textbooks and ended up having to drop the class.” “It’s so hard to get in to see an advisor. When I do, it’s a different person each time, so it feels like I’m starting over.” What do our students say...Read more
“I had a teacher notice I missed class, and ask ‘Is everything ok?’” “I wasn’t getting an attitude or a feeling of welcome.” “I couldn’t buy the textbooks and ended up having to drop the class.” These quotes are just a few examples of what students are saying about their college experiences...Read more
This white paper from the Accessibility Center explores the liabilities surrounding web and information technology accessibility, where these are commonly found in the California Community Colleges, and the resources we provide to help college leaders better serve their communities.Read more