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New Community: Baccalaureate Degree Program

The California Community Colleges Baccalaureate Degree Program was created to make it easier and more affordable for community college students to get their baccalaureate degree and be eligible for a broader array of employment opportunities. The Baccalaureate Degree Program community offers resources and support to help colleges with their Baccalaureate Degree programs. In this community, you can also find information on this program, ask questions, share ideas and provide feedback.

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New Community: Ethnic Studies

The Ethnic Studies Community shares resources and support for implementation of the new ethnic studies course requirement. In this community, you can find core competencies and professional development opportunities and ask questions, share ideas, and find relevant information.

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New Community: Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment provides students the opportunity to enroll in community college courses and allows them to earn credits toward both a high school diploma and a college degree. The Dual Enrollment Community is a space to collaborate, continue conversations, share promising practices and resources and receive the latest updates on dual enrollment.

New Learning: Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment provides students the opportunity to enroll in community college courses and allows them to earn credits toward both a high school diploma and a college degree. The Dual Enrollment online class reviews the different models and target populations of the program and includes brief overviews of related legislation and additional resources supporting effective program implementation.

New Learning: Introduction to Strategic Enrollment Management

Strategic enrollment management (SEM) is a holistic approach to addressing enrollment and student success challenges, enabling the fulfillment of the institution’s mission. Focused on strategically meeting the needs of our community and students, SEM promotes student success, optimizes enrollment, and ensures the fiscal viability of our colleges. This module is an introduction to SEM fundamentals and strategies for integration. Unlike the Strategic Enrollment Management Resource Guide, professional development hours are automatically reported upon completion of this training.

New Learning: Strategic Enrollment Management: Outreach and Onboarding

Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) is a holistic approach to addressing enrollment and student success challenges, enabling the fulfillment of the institution’s mission. This module introduces system professionals involved in student outreach and onboarding to SEM practices that support the student from interest through enrollment. Participants accomplish this goal through reading, listening, reflecting, and ultimately moving promising practices from concept to action.

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New Community: Undocumented Student Support

This community facilitates cross-campus communication, builds community and serves as a hub for resource sharing around undocumented student efforts. The community goal is to continue increasing the capacity of community colleges to institutionalize practices to provide specialized, comprehensive and holistic support services for undocumented students in the California Community Colleges.

New Learning: Trauma-Informed Care

This updated module is designed to introduce California Community Colleges professionals to the principles of trauma-informed care. It provides an overview of what trauma is and how it affects many of our students. It also provides information for how professionals can help develop college and classroom environments that support those impacted by trauma.

New Learning: Maximizing Financial Aid For California’s Community College Students

Financial aid is a critical driver for student success. Helping students at your college receive and maintain aid is a means of closing equity gaps while training faculty and staff in the basics of financial aid bridges campus silos. This module reviews maximizing financial aid for California’s Community College students, including promising practices for equitable financial support.

New Learning: Scaling Innovation for Student Success

The Chancellor’s Higher Education Innovation Awards recognized the development of emerging practices that substantially changed student outcomes throughout the system. This updated module focuses on principles for innovating at scale. Insights from our awardee’s learning journeys are interspersed throughout, demonstrating how transformative change happens within our system.