CCC Chief Student Services Administrators Association provides professional growth and development for our members, represents student services in statewide consultation, task forces and committees, provides efficient and useful communications to the membership, and promotes the mission of the California Community Colleges.
CA Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids funds are for the purpose of assisting welfare recipient students and those in transition off of welfare to achieve long-term self-sufficiency through coordinated student services offered at community colleges including: work study, job placement, child care, coordination, curriculum development and redesign, and under certain conditions post-employment skills training, and instructional services. CCCCO
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education Program helps welfare recipients become convinced that they and their children are important, that they are capable, and that with proper support they can break the welfare dependency cycle through education and job training.” CARE is a supplemental component of EOPS that specifically assists students, who are single heads of welfare households with young children, with supportive services as they acquire the education, training and marketable skills needed to transition from welfare-dependency to employment and eventual self-sufficiency for their families. Every CARE student is an EOPS student who must meet the eligibility criteria for both programs. There are currently 113 CARE programs in all 72 community college districts in California. CCCCO
The Disabled Student Programs and Services program provides support services, specialized instruction, and educational accommodations to students with disabilities so that they can participate as fully and benefit as equitably from the college experience as their non-disabled peers. A Student Educational Contract (SEC) is developed for each student which links student´s goals, curriculum program, and academic accommodations to his/her specific disability related educational limitation. CCCCO Distance Education Accessibilty Support Guidelines
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) program's primary goal is to encourage the enrollment, retention and transfer of students handicapped by language, social, economic and educational disadvantages, and to facilitate the successful completion of their goals and objectives in college. EOPS offers academic and support counseling, financial aid and other support services. CCCCO
The Student Financial Assistance Programs Unit provides coordination, technical assistance and policy leadership for the California Community Colleges with respect to locally administered federal, state and institutional financial aid programs. These programs totaled more than $2.5 billion and served nearly 1.15 million students in 2010/2011. CCCCO
Established over 40 years ago, the California Community College Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Programs serve financially and educationally disadvantaged students seeking majors in math and science based fields. CCCCO
The Chancellor’s Office is committed to helping reduce gaps in mental health services for California Community College (CCC) students by improving statewide support, technical assistance and coordination between the Chancellor’s Office, the CCCs, California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and external stakeholders. CCCCO
Early Assessment Program is a collaborative effort between the California State University (CSU), the California Department of Education (CDE), and the State Board of Education to determine a high school students’ readiness to do college-level work in English language arts and math and to provide students opportunities to improve skills during their senior year. CCCCO
The mission of the Foster and Kinship Care Education Program is to provide quality education and support opportunities to caregivers of children and youth in out-of-home care so that these providers may meet the educational, emotional, behavioral and developmental needs of children and youth in the foster care system. CCCCO
Foster Youth Success Initiative (FYSI) to bring issues affecting these youth to the forefront and to improve the ability of these youth to access postsecondary education and benefit from the support services that are available but are often unknown to them. CCCCO
Health Services is committed to strengthening student learning, retention, and success. This is facilitated by supporting the physical, emotional, and social well-being of students through accessible, high-quality health activities and services.
Welcome to the Health Services web page. Health Services primary goal is to provide a scope of services to meet the student’s physical, social, and mental health needs necessary to facilitate a successful completion of their academic goals and objectives. This is accomplished through provision of first aid, health assessment and treatment, psychological counseling & crisis intervention, health education, and community partnerships. CCCCO
Among the activities of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, the programs of the Division of Workforce and Economic Development bridge the skills and jobs mismatch and prepare California’s workforce for 21st century careers. The Division serves as administrator for several streams of state and federal funds, including Governor’s Career Technical Education Pathways Initiative (SB70), Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006, and Proposition 98 dollars for Apprenticeship, Economic & Workforce Development (EWD), and Career Technical Education (CTE).