This site is a hub for content covering the latest and greatest in the California Community Colleges – the nation’s largest provider of higher education. Check back regularly for articles on initiatives, programs, and resources supporting our 2.1 million students as they adapt to California’s expanding economic landscape.
  • Chancellor's Column

    We cannot go back to the way things were. When it comes to reopening our colleges and universities in the wake of COVID-19, business as usual just won’t cut it. That’s the message from a groundbreaking report, Recovery with Equity: A Roadmap for Higher Education After the Pandemic published by the Governor’s Council for Postsecondary Education, that also follows the California Community Colleges guiding principles.

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  • College News

    The California Community Colleges Finish Line Scholars Program supports students to ensure they stay on track with their education and complete a degree, certificate, or transfer to a four year college or university.

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  • Faces of Our Community

    When Ronnese Glover completed her bachelor's degree a few years ago, her mother, Veronica Kirton, told her that she shouldn't stop there. Ms. Kirton urged her daughter to get her master's degree. So, a deal was struck: if Ms. Glover started a master's degree program, Ms. Kirton would start at Citrus College.

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  • Events

    We are pleased to announce this year’s Black Student Success Week is April 26-30, 2021. Black Student Success Week will share research insights and innovative approaches for improving student success among Black and African American students at California Community Colleges.

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  • System News

    It’s hard to believe that there was ever a time when Pamela Haynes didn’t believe in herself. As the first Black female president of the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, Haynes’ long list of accomplishments include a MPA in public administration from the Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, four terms as president of the Los Rios Community College District Board of Trustees...

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  • Student Spotlight

    America’s Teaching Zoo, home to the Exotic Animal Training and Management Program, at Moorpark College prepares students to work with animals in all different fields, from conservation programs to training animals at Sea World to working with dogs in television and movies, and everything in between. 

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