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CCC & Weekend College

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Transcript of CCC & Weekend College

...so what's the take-away message?
About the
Canyon Country Campus
seventh year of operation

15-25% of District FTES

student headcount is growing

sections offered on campus are increasing

community and campus events are fueling campus culture and partnerships

instructional and student services areas are innovating

purposeful and exciting planning is ongoing!
What's Happening at CCC?
rich data highlighting a thriving campus
Student and Enrollment Changes
Applied Technology Education Center
Campus Innovations and Accomplishments
permanent buildings
Careful Planning
One District,
One College,
Three "Campuses"
(Valencia, Online, Canyon Country
Star Parties
Many Campus Activities...
Graduates Breakfast
Department Chairs' Retreat
Division Deans' Retreat
Chancellor's Office Hours
Grounds and Facilities Updates
Welcome Week
Applied Technology Education Center Improvements
Plumbing IDRC Grant
SCV School Trustee's Meeting
CTE Advisory Groups
Club Rush
Candidate Meet and Greet
ASG Student Officer Elections
CCC Program Review and Action Item Planning
New Leadership
Instructional and Campus Planning
Expanded Service Hours
Local Merchant's and Community Groups
FLEX Days at CCC
Classified Appreciation Breakfast
growth of outdoor research garden
quad-6 landscaping and new classrooms
remodeled student lounge with new dell/mac stations
food operations by Canyons Cafe
enhanced campus data/servers
growth of lab and computing spaces
Partnerships & Outreach
Campus Communications
will expand critcally-needed laboratory capacity
ongoing data-based analysis of best programming for ccc facilities
growth of CTE programs and environmentally-suited instruction
Job Fair and Resume Rally
Community Tours
gardens events (scv community grant, lectures, community extension)
outreach with local merchants and community groups
school district outreach, career events, tours, cte
community events like job fairs, star parties, open house
environmental sciences / sustainability initiatives
growth of ATEC/CTE disciplines
expansion of tutoring hours and subjects
research garden and gardens of the canyons campus committee
advisory committees & industry collaboration
addition of reentry and veterans' services on campus
increasing utilization of drop-in, appointment, and online services / expanding hours
retention/success rates nearly identical between campuses
robust student life activities
vibrant website, social media, and newsletter communication
featured cc magazine articles and frequent pio press releases
website features FAQs, tutorials, mycanyons, and learning lab links for students
robust planning with division deans and dept chairs
Blood Drives
College of the Canyons

"Campus Overview &
Intro to Weekend College"
Community Outreach
Regular Newsletters
District Website
Social Media
On-Campus Communication
Student Feedback Forms
Canyon Country "on everyone's desk"
...and promoting
and new opportunities
student achievement
...involved in the
out to students!
Welcome, Introductions, Coffee/Bagels

Introduction to Weekend College and the Canyon Country Campus

Overview of schedule, goals, expectations

Overview of program benefits


Brief campus tour

This program is ideal for students who:
Recently graduated from high school
Are returning to college and need general education coursework
Are working adults
Prefer to take classes on the weekend
Enjoy the benefits of completing courses with a cohort of students

Program Benefits:
Completion: Students will finish all A.A. general education requirements in one year, including many CSU & IGETC requirements
Clarity: The program will provide a clear schedule of which classes to take and certainty that they will be offered
Success: Orientation and retention efforts will promote student success
Teamwork: Participants will enjoy cohort learning with classmates through the program
Opportunity: Students and faculty will be part of an innovative program
Support: Periodic food and activities will be offered throughout the semester
Consistency: Classes will meet on Saturdays, freeing up the week for homework or other obligations
33,818 unique students at CCC since 2007 (4/12)
FactBook: Participation rates –
In Canyon Country, about 62 people for every 1,000 adults attend COC (highest in the Valley)
2013FA faculty information (approximation)
o 172 instructors at CCC
 63 teach at both campuses (37% of CCC faculty)

109 teach only at CCC (63% of CCC faculty)

o 497 instructors at VLC
 63 teach at both campuses (13% of VLC faculty)
 434 teach only at VLC (87% of VLC faculty)

o 606 unique faculty across District for Fall:
 63 at both campuses (10% of overall 2013FA faculty)
 434 only at VLC (72% of overall faculty)
 109 only at CCC (18% of overall faculty)

• Other 2013FA Factoids:
o CCC seats are 28% of VLC seats
o CCC seats are 19% of overall enrollment

Everything but the kitchen sink!
Some facts about CCC...
2013SP Community of Residence
weekend college
Science Building - $17.9 million total cost
State, $3.6M District
21,000 square feet, 2-story building
Provides 14,500 sq ft of science space.
Includes 2,600 sq ft of lecture space in 3 general assignment classrooms
11,200 sq ft of lab space in 7 classroom/labs, with 12 classroom/lab service rooms
700 sq ft of office space in 7 offices

Classroom & Student Resource Center - $27.5 million total cost
$23.4M State, $4.1M District
34,000-square-foot building, 3-story building
Multistory building will contain student classrooms on the upper floors and house student service functions at the Main Plaza level
Will include 11,990 sq ft of general classroom space
6,050 of computer lab space
5,400 of student services office space
2,800 of distance learning/media space
1,560 of miscellaneous space
Library space in reading/study rooms

There has not be a statewide school facilities construction bond since 2006.
There is a $35.8 billion backlog in community college facilities needs awaiting funding.
Polls shows 64% favorable rating for a November 2014 CA construction bond (AB2235)
COC could receive up to $35.2 million in funding from a statewide bond to support CCC projects.
Current funding formulas would require that COC only pay 17 percent of the cost of construction

Science Building - 21,000 sq ft 2-story building: 14,500 ASF with 3 general classrooms, 7 labs, 12 lab service rooms, and 7 offices
Classroom & Student Resource Center - 34,000 sq ft 3-story building with computer labs, student services, distance learning, library spaces
Instructional Building 3 - 21,000 square feet, additional classroom and office spaces

Community colleges should receive 50 percent of the higher education allocation of bond funds, with 25 percent going to CSU, and 25 percent to UC.
Local bond funds to match state allocations allow quick/efficient construction
College of the Canyons has $45 million in bond funds available from Measure M, which local voters passed in 2006.

How does Weekend College work?
Complete an
interest form
before the first orientation (May 31st) or before registration begins (July)
Attend a
Confirm your eligibility
for the program with one of the Weekend College staff contacts
 for your classes on or after your assigned registration date.
Students are expected to
complete all classes
together as a cohort through Spring 2015
Receive guidance
and support from your program mentor throughout your courses and the program.
Get counseling and advising support
through the COUNS 110 course, and throughout the program.
Select your major
before the end of the year and map out a specific plan for your major coursework.
Quick Facts:
Piloting at CCC in
Fall 2014
at CCC--hybrid classes with online component
Students can complete
ALL general education requirements
(AA) in two full semesters!
benefits of
learning community
benefits of
increased registration priorities
student success
academic pathway
for students
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