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cccapply workshop 280x230 1With guided pathways reform as the centerpiece of the California Community Colleges’ (CCC) approach to student success, the 2018 CCCApply Annual Workshop will devote a significant portion of its programming to this topic.

The workshop, being held Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif., is geared toward CCC personnel from admissions and records, student services/enrollment, financial aid, information technology, research and college administration. There is no charge to attend. Visit the workshop page for more information and to register.

Dr. Omid Pourzanjani, Visiting Vice Chancellor with the CCC Chancellor’s Office, will deliver the keynote address, focused on the colleges’ Guided Pathways Initiative.

CCC MyPath Highlighted

Among the sessions in which the pathways model will be highlighted is “The Expanded Path of CCC MyPath in Learner Onboarding,” presented by the CCC Technology Center and Santa Rosa Junior College, one of the first colleges to adopt CCC MyPath.

The presentation will explore how CCC MyPath is helping colleges implement guided pathways for both incoming and existing students. By taking advantage of services and technologies incorporated into CCC MyPath, colleges have the opportunity to completely transform the onboarding experience with a workflow that is automatically customized for each individual student.

Similarly, colleges can utilize the toolset for existing students to ensure the entire student population has the greatest chance for success, whatever their stated goals. Last, the presentation will explore the way that CCC MyPath is interconnected with other software products provided by the CCC Technology Center, and a look at some of functionality that is in development. & CCCApply

Also scheduled is a discussion and demonstration of the current integration between and CCCApply, presented by the California College Guidance Initiative. In this session, attendees will learn about the articulation between colleges and high schools to get timely service, and see how self-reported and verified transcript data could be provided to the colleges to support multiple measures.

Workshop registration is open until midnight on March 12. Visit the workshop event page for more workshop information and to register.

Crista Souza is the TechEDge News Editor


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