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Tech Center Training to Tackle Application Fraud

October 31, 2022

Students walk outside Student Services building at Sacramento City College; photo courtesy of California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.

Following a successful September launch of a new office hours-style training series, the California Community Colleges Technology Center Enabling Services team will host the next session on Wednesday, Nov. 9.

This one-hour online session will address the ongoing issue of application fraud and tools that are available from the Tech Center to help our colleges tackle the problem.

Scheduled speakers include Monica Zalaket, Enabling Services College Relationship Manager, who will discuss the monthly fraud collection survey, and Jane Linder, Student Success Suite Product Manager, who will cover the CCCApply spam filter utility and its significance in reducing fraudulent applications.

The “office hours” series is an effort to increase engagement with college personnel systemwide and help them better understand how Tech Center tools and resources can address their specific challenges. Each training will focus on a different product feature or configuration that may not be well known or is not widely utilized.

The sessions are also structured to allow time for college staff to ask questions about any product or service available from the Tech Center.

Tech Center staff are welcome and encouraged to attend the sessions. Event information can be found in the Statewide CCCTC Meetings Google calendar.