Reports

Chancellor’s Office Reports

2020-21 Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan for the California Community Colleges
September 2019
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the Board of Governors are pleased to release the 2020-21 Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan for the California Community Colleges. To support community college districts grow and improve their educational facilities, the Facilities Planning Unit of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office annually reviews and approves local Five-Year Capital Outlay plans as part of the Capital Outlay grant application process. The Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan is presented to California Legislature in conjunction with the Governor’s Budget, and it clarifies statewide needs and priorities of the California Community Colleges.

2019 Mental Health Services Report
July 2019
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2019 Mental Health Services report. This report details the student mental health programs, policies, and practices being implemented across the California Community Colleges, along with the types of services students will receive under this allocation and a brief series of recommendations.

2018 Equal Employment Opportunity Report
July 2019
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2018 California Community Colleges Equal Employment Opportunity report. This report details the demographic composition of faculty, and our system's efforts to encourage and assist the community colleges to promote equal employment opportunity.

2019 Lottery Expenditure Report
July 2019
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2019 California Community Colleges Lottery Funds report. This report provides data on lottery receipts and expenditures as reported by the local community college districts for the 2017-18 fiscal year.

2019 Nursing Educational Programs Legislative Report
July 2019
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2019 Nursing Educational Programs Report. This report provides information on funding for nursing programs, admission criteria, statistics on student attrition and license exam passage rates, among other data.

2019 CalWORKs Program Legislative Report
May 2019
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2019 CalWORKs Program Report. This report summarizes the evolution of the funding sources for the CalWORKs program, including detailed information about spending-by-category through CalWORKs over the last five years. It also details who is served by the CalWORKs program and the degrees/certificates awarded to CalWORKs recipients.

2018 Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Report
May 2019
The Institutional Effectiveness division of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office oversees the development and operation of a comprehensive technical assistance program. The program aims to identify and scale-up effective practices, and provide technical assistance, training and support to colleges facing operational challenges. The 2018 Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Legislative Report details the activities funded pursuant to the funding allocation and provides progress toward college and district institutional effectiveness indicator goals.

2019 State of the System Report
April 2019
The 2019 State of the System report details the goals outlined in the system’s Vision for Success and shows modest improvement in the number of students earning a credential, transferring to a UC or CSU and going on to be employed in their field of study. This report also highlights key programs and policy changes that will help the system’s 115 colleges continue to move towards implementing the Vision so that all California community college students can achieve their higher educational goals.

2018 Incarcerated Students Report
February 2019
In this 2018 Incarcerated Student Services Report, the Chancellor’s Office presents its findings, evaluations and analysis of the success and efficacy of community college programs being offered to incarcerated students inside California state prisons. The report also discusses barriers and challenges that have been encountered and provides recommendations for sustainable success.

Student Financial Aid Programs for 2016-17
December 2018
The Student Financial Aid Programs Report details the effects of community college in-reach and outreach efforts, including the continuing increases in student financial aid application and participation. We have included as a supplement to this report highlights of the state’s “I Can Afford College” initiative, an ongoing campaign aimed to raise awareness among current and prospective students about the availability of financial aid opportunities at California’s 115 community colleges.

2018 Disabled Student Programs and Services Report
September 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the Board of Governors are pleased to release the 2018 Disabled Student Programs and Services Report for the California Community Colleges. All 114 California community colleges offer a DSPS program and accept DSPS categorical funding to assist in providing students with disabilities equal access to higher education. This report is written in response to Education Code section 67312(b). It reflects the 2015-16 and 2016-17 academic years and contains data on the four elements mandated by legislation, staff and student perception of program effectiveness, data on the implementation of the program, physical accessibility requirements and outcome data.

2019-20 Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan Report
August 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the Board of Governors are pleased to release the 2019-20 Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan for the California Community Colleges. The California Community Colleges has more than 2.1 million students enrolled in its 72 districts, 114 college campuses and 78 approved educational centers. The infrastructure used to facilitate its educational programs and administrative operations includes more than 24,525 acres of land, 5,920 buildings and 87 million gross square feet of space that includes 54 million assignable square feet of space. To support community college districts grow and improve their educational facilities, the Facilities Planning Unit of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office annually reviews and approves local Five-Year Capital Outlay plans as part of the Capital Outlay grant application process.

2018 Strong Workforce Program (SWP) Report
July 2018
This report details the first year of the $200 million Strong Workforce Program, which was created by Assembly Bill 1602 in 2016-17 to expand and improve career education (also known as career technical education, or CTE) throughout the state with the California Community Colleges’ system and its 114 colleges leading the effort. Herein is information about program structure, accountability, funding and first-year investments, as well as efforts to bring greater visibility to career education, Year 1 impacts and recommendations for Year 2.

2018 Nursing Report
June 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2018 Nursing report. The state's 114 community colleges are charged with providing workforce training, basic skills education and preparing students to transfer to four-year postsecondary institutions. Seventy-seven California community colleges operate registered nursing programs, enrolling a statewide total of 14,010 full-time equivalent students in 2016-17, an increase of 3.6 percent from the previous school year.

2018 Adult Education Block Grant Report
June 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2018 Adult Education Block Grant report. The California Legislature implemented the Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG) program, which integrated a regional delivery system designed to provide education and workforce services to underserved adults. To ensure that funding accelerates adults into employment, living wages, and full engagement in society, the legislation requires that the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction submit two reports to the Legislature as provided in Section 9795 of the Government Code.

Associate Degree for Transfer Annual Campaign Report
June 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the Associate Degree for Transfer Annual Campaign report. For many students, the community college system is an ideal higher education option. Many students who enter this system aim to complete their transfer requirements in the most efficient way possible. The Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) does just that by providing a more streamlined approach in helping our students succeed. 

2018 Economic and Workforce Development Program Annual Report
June 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the Economic and Workforce Development Program annual report. The program invests in the skills of California’s workforce. This report highlights the Chancellor’s Office’s efforts in building workforce development programs across the state and details California’s seven macroeconomic regions through the 10 important economic sectors or industries we have targeted for investment. 

2016-17 Community Colleges Lottery Funds Report
May 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2016-17 California Community Colleges Lottery Funds report. This report provides data on lottery receipts and expenditures as reported by all 72 local community college districts for fiscal year 2016-17, as well as estimated revenues and proposed expenditures for fiscal year 2017-18.

2017 Equal Employment Opportunity Report
March 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2017 California Community Colleges Equal Employment Opportunity report. This report provides statistical data on the racial/ethnic and gender composition of full-time faculty, along with a summary of the Chancellor’s Office efforts in providing support and guidance in promoting equal employment opportunity in faculty recruitment and hiring practices statewide.

2017 Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Report
March 2018
The Institutional Effectiveness division of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office oversees the development and operation of a comprehensive technical assistance program. The program aims to identify and scale-up effective practices, and provide technical assistance, training and support to colleges facing operational challenges. The 2017 Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Legislative Report details the activities funded pursuant to the funding allocation and provides progress toward college and district institutional effectiveness indicator goals.

2017 State Leadership Accountability Act Report
March 2018
The State Leadership Accountability Act (SLAA), created by Government Code sections 13400 through 13407, requires each state agency to maintain effective systems of internal control, evaluate its internal controls on an ongoing basis through regular and ongoing monitoring processes, and implement corrective action plans when weaknesses are detected. The SLAA report is submitted to the Department of Finance biennially to report on the adequacy of the agency's systems of internal control.

2018 Proposition 39 Report
February 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s office is pleased to present the Citizens Oversight Board Proposition 39 Clean Energy Jobs Act Summary Report. This report details energy projects at 72 community college districts in California, resulting in one-time incentives, ongoing energy and monetary savings, job creation and better physical environments for California’s community college students. 

2017 State of the System Report
January 2018
The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office is pleased to present the 2017 State of the System Report. This report outlines the six systemwide goals that are the core of Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley's Vision for Success and highlights key programs that will help the system move towards achieving those goals, including Strong Workforce, Associate Degree for Transfer, UC Transfer Pathways and Career Education. The report also touches on how the system's 114 colleges should use the Vision, and how the Guided Pathways framework relates to the Vision.
2017 Guided Pathways Report
August 2018
The Guided Pathways Report of 2017, provides an overview of the state of California's $150 million one-time investment to a Guided Pathways Award Program that gave all 114 California community colleges the opportunity to begin implementing the Guided Pathways framework. This transformative framework supports significant improvements in student success outcomes. All of this effort was captured by Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley in the Vision for Success, which identified Guided Pathways as the primary vehicle for achieving six ambitious goals to improve student outcomes and promote equity and economic mobility. 

2017 Distance Education Report
June 2018
The Distance Education Report of 2017 provides details about increasing numbers of distance education course sessions, coupled with increasing numbers of students taking these courses, that have led to subsequent increases in full-time equivalent students (FTES). Currently, nearly one in three students takes a distance education course in an academic year. 

2017 Associate Degree for Transfer Legislative Report
August 2017
The Associate Degree for Transfer Legislative Report of 2017 provides an implementation update regarding the status of the Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT) program at California’s community colleges (CCC). To improve the transfer process, the state enacted the Student Transfer Achievement Reform (STAR) Act, Senate Bill 1440 (Padilla) of 2009-2010. The STAR Act streamlines transfer pathways to the California State University (CSU) and University of California by reducing the number of excess units students must take to earn an ADT. This report details the number of CCC graduates who earned ADTs from 2011 to 2016, identifies program challenges that require continued work and makes recommendations regarding the need for additional state funds to increase marketing of the ADT program. Additional funds to expand outreach efforts would ensure steady growth in the number of ADT graduates. 

Preparing Students for Careers and College Through Noncredit Enhanced Funding
August 2017
The report on the Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) Program and Noncredit Enhanced Funding details the role of the California community colleges in enhancing students' basic education and employment skills. This 2016-17 report provides details on the approved noncredit Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) programs and courses that result in certificates of completion and certificates of competency. Students who achieve this level of education and training are better equipped to succeed. 

Adult Education Block Grant Report: Data and Accountability Systems and Common Assessment
August 2017
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the California Department of Education are pleased to present this progress Adult Education Block Grant report in response to Assembly Bill 104, Section 84920, which requires both agencies to identify common measures for determining the effectiveness of members of each consortium. This task required that the agencies: define the specific data each consortium shall collect; establish a menu of common assessments and policies regarding placement of adults seeking education and workforce services into adult education programs to be used by each consortium to measure educational needs of adults and the effectiveness of providers in addressing those needs; establish agreements to share data related to effectiveness of consortia between their agencies and with other state agencies; and identify the measures for assessing the effectiveness of consortia that will be used in reports to the legislature. This report addresses the above requirements by providing a description of reporting elements and processes, data definitions, and assessment policies.

Vision for Success Report
July 2017
This Vision for Success report was developed through an extensive process of research, interviewing experts and key stakeholders, and inviting all Californians to participate in a Virtual Town Hall, which led to written submissions from approximately 550 individuals. Many who participated said they believe this moment offers an opportunity for transformational change in the California Community Colleges.

2018-19 Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan
July 2017
The Governor of California annually submits a five-year capital infrastructure plan to the Legislature in conjunction with the governor’s budget. To accomplish this, every entity of state government is required to provide to the Department of Finance information related to capital infrastructure needs and costs for a five-year period. This report of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office provides information needed for a five-year capital outlay plan identifying the statewide needs and priorities of the California Community Colleges. 

2017 Nursing Educational Programs Report
April 2017
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2017 Nursing Educational Programs Report. This report provides information on funding for nursing programs, admission criteria, statistics on student attrition and license exam passage rates, among other data. Colleges with nursing programs receive funding through general apportionment/FTES. This report presents information on categorical funding awarded through an application process to the community colleges for nursing programs in fiscal year 2015-16.

2017 Telecommunications and Technology Infrastructure Program Report
April 2017
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2017 Telecommunications and Technology Infrastructure Program Report. This report summarizes how the program furthers the mission of the California Community Colleges and specifically its commitment to the effective use of technology in education. Also included in this report are program highlights, financial charts and future program direction.

2017 Adult Education Block Grant Report
April 2017
The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office and the California Department of Education are pleased to present the 2017 Adult Education Block Grant report. This report includes a summary of the adult education plan for each of the consortia funded under the Adult Education Block Grant; the distribution schedule for each consortium; the types and levels of services provided by each consortium in meeting the educational needs of adults in its respective region; and progress made relative to the delivery of education and workforce services for adults. (Please note: This report has complex tables. For assistive technology issues contact Gary Adams at gadams@cccco.edu.) 

2017 Economic and Workforce Development Program
March 2017
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the Economic and Workforce Development Program annual report. The program invests in the skills of California’s workforce. This report highlights the Chancellor’s Office’s efforts in building workforce development programs across the state and details California’s seven macroeconomic regions through the 10 important economic sectors or industries we have targeted for investment.

2017 Proposition 39 Report
February 2017
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s office is pleased to present the Citizens Oversight Board Proposition 39 Clean Energy Jobs Act Summary Report. This report details energy projects at 72 community college districts in California, resulting in one-time incentives, ongoing energy and monetary savings, job creation and better physical environments for California’s community college students. 

2016 Equal Employment Opportunity Report
December 2016
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is pleased to present the 2016 California Community Colleges Equal Employment Opportunity report. This report provides statistical data on the racial/ethnic and gender composition of full-time faculty, along with a summary of the Chancellor’s Office efforts in providing support and guidance in promoting equal employment opportunity in faculty recruitment and hiring practices statewide. 

2016 State of the System Report
January 2017
The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office is pleased to present the 2016 State of the System report. This report highlights the systemwide progress made over the past year, including the start of bachelor degree pilot programs at ten California community college campuses; the improvement of Equal Employment Opportunity programs; and the development and/or implementation of College Promise partnerships across the state. This report also includes an introduction to new California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley.

2018 Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators Handbook
February 2019
The 13th edition of the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges is an update of the disciplines lists, including those adopted by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors at its regularly scheduled meeting on March 19-20, 2018. It incorporates changes that resulted from recommendations from the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges and its delegates and includes a comprehensive review of regulations regarding the minimum qualifications and disciplines lists.

2017 Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators Handbook
July 2017
The 12th edition of the Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges is an update of the disciplines lists, including those adopted by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors at its regularly scheduled meeting on July 17, 2017. It incorporates changes that resulted from recommendations from the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges and its delegates and includes a comprehensive review of regulations regarding the minimum qualifications and disciplines lists.

Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Best Practices Handbook
December 2016
This document is intended to serve as a guide to using Equal Employment Opportunity programs to promote diversity in hiring and promotion at our community college districts.

Student Services Automated Reporting for Community Colleges Handbook
November 2016
This handbook is designed to help Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) directors prepare the end-of-year expenditure report in Student Services Automated Reporting for Community Colleges.

California Community Colleges Style Guide
The Chancellor’s Office is the official voice for higher education to many audiences. All of us strive to inspire our readers by providing information about the critical role community colleges play in California’s future. As such, effective communication requires a common voice combined with consistent visual branding. The Office of Communications created the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office Style Guide as a reference for all who write and edit documents for our external audiences.