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The 2017 CCCApply & California Electronic Transcripts annual workshop series was held April 12-13 at Sacramento City College.The 2017 CCCApply & California Electronic Transcripts Workshops were held Wednesday, April 13, and Thursday, April 14, at Sacramento City College. More than 200 higher education professionals from throughout the state attended each workshop.

The theme of the CCCApply Workshop on Wednesday was "Focused on Success: Mapping the Road Ahead." The theme of the California Electronic Transcripts Workshop was "Admission to Graduation: #It’sAllAboutTheData."


The CCCApply 2017 workshop begins with a general assembly in the Performance Art Center main auditorium.


Michael Poindexter, Vice President of Student Services for Sacramento City College, provides a welcome address for workshop attendees.


Pamela D. Walker, Ed.D., Vice Chancellor of Educational Services, CCC Chancellor’s Office delivers the CCCApply 2017 workshop keynote address.


Patty Donohue, CCCApply Product Manager, provides a preview of the New CCCApply Administrator 2.0, which will be deployed to colleges later this year.


Tim Calhoon, Executive Director of the CCC Technology Center, provides an update on the CCC Statewide Technology Initiatives, including the critical role played by CCCApply, OpenCCC and Single Sign-On.


Wednesday attendees were invited to drop in on the “CCCApply Computer Lab” for hands-on help and individual training related to using the CCC Report Center.


Despite light rain on both days of the workshop series, spring colors show nicely on Sacramento's beautiful campus.


Learning Resource Center, Sacramento City College, on a rainy spring afternoon.


Dr. Terri Gomez, Interim Associate Vice President of Student Success at Cal Poly Pomona, provides the keynote address for the eTranscript California workshop on Thursday morning.


A packed auditorium engages a panel for discussion about getting started with electronic transcripts, including a review of the current state of eTranscript California, implementation experience from eTranscript California colleges, and the benefits of fully adopting transcript standards. Mark Cohen and Lenny Robison from the CCC Technology Center hosted the panel, which included representatives from Peralta Community College District, College of the Sequoias, Sacramento City College, North Orange County CCD, CSU Northridge and San Francisco State University.


The 2018 CCCApply & California Electronic Transcripts annual workshop series will continue next spring in Southern California. See you next year!

Text by Sandoval Chagoya, Director of Public Relations & Marketing for
the California Community Colleges Technology Center

Photos by Rebecca Miller, Project Manager for
the California Community Colleges Technology Center


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