Student Services and Special Programs

About the division

The Student Services and Special Programs division provides leadership and technical assistance for policy and programs that support student access, equity and success.  The division administers more than $250 million annually in categorical and grant funds that help colleges provide support services across the campus and supplemental services for special populations.



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Friday, September 20, 2013

Title 5 Regulations are Filed for the Student success and Support Program!


Dear Colleagues, 
I am pleased to let you know that the Student Success and Support Program title 5 regulations have been approved by the Department of Finance and were filed with the Secretary of State today. They will become effective on October 19, 2013.

The regulations are available online at the following link: http://extranet.cccco.edu/Divisions/Legal/Regulations.aspx.

We have an historic opportunity to make a difference for our students and we have our work cut out for us! I am looking forward to seeing those of you who will be attending the Student Success and Support Implementation Summit next week. Come ready to roll up your sleeves with your teams, your colleagues and the Chancellor’s Office as we plan how we will make the program fulfill its promise on our campuses. Safe travels!
Linda
Linda Michalowski
Vice Chancellor, Student Services and Special Programs
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office

  


 

Posted: December 31, 2012
Enrollment Priorities Effective Spring 2013

From the office of the
Vice Chancellor of Student Services and Special Programs:


Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to share the news that the Department of Finance has signed off on the title 5 regulations containing system level enrollment priorities that were adopted by the Board of Governors in September 2012. In the coming days the regulations will be filed with the Secretary of State and become effective 30 days later, or approximately February 1, 2013. You will be notified when that occurs and the Chancellor's Office will provide implementation guidelines at that time. I am attaching a revised implementation timeline that maintains Fall 2014 as the term in which the regulations take full effect, with notice required beginning in Spring 2013 to students on academic or progress probation and those approaching 100 degree-applicable units of the risk to their priority enrollment status. You can access the text of the regulations at this link:

Enrollment Priorities Regulations (PDF)

Linda Michalowski
Vice Chancellor, Student Services and Special Programs
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office


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