Conference 2022 Call for Proposals Now Open!
- Access & Equity
- Coalition Building to Serve Students
- Program Development
- Program Evaluation/Accountability
Submit your presentation proposal today and register to take advantage of our early bird rates and claim your seat in beautiful Tucson!
CCB History Made in California!
- The 15 CCB pilot programs will now become permanent, with the “sunset” provision eliminated from legislation.
- All of California’s 116 community colleges will be able to apply for bachelor’s degree programs through a process to be developed by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office in two application periods of 15 proposals maximum, not to exceed 30 new baccalaureate programs each year.
- A consultation process will be implemented to ensure good communication among the California Community Colleges, the CSU, and the UC, as well as information provided to the independent universities.
- To ensure fidelity to the traditional community college mission, no more than 25 percent of any individual community college’s degree programs may be baccalaureate programs.
CCBA Featured on In the Margins Podcast
CCB Expansion: A Panel Discussion
The CCBA and the ECMC Foundation recently hosted an interactive conversation to discuss the strategies three states employed to achieve legislative approval to expand their CCB offerings, how these degrees will address critical workforce needs and the outcomes they anticipate.
- Jamilyn Hinton Penn, Ed.D., Director of Transfer Education Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
- Landon Pirius, Ph.D., Vice Chancellor Academic & Student Affairs Colorado Community College System
- Richard Woodfield, Ph.D., Chief Academic Officer Ohio Association of Community Colleges