MIS Data Reporting
CCAP Agreement Submission Process
New Fully Executed CCAP partnership agreement (signed by both districts), updated Appendix to CCAP partnership agreement, and amendments to CCAP partnership agreement will now be submitted through a survey in the Alchemer system!
- CCAP Agreement User Guide PowerPoint and Recording Link: After clicking on the link, select the play button in the middle of the page to start the User Guide PowerPoint and Recording. Link to Accessible Transcript of the User Guide PowerPoint and Recording
- SAMPLE pdf Survey Used as a reference only and is not to be submitted. Questions are set up with logic to show groups of questions based on a previous answer.
Alchemer Link Details
- CURRENT: Fall 2022 Alchemer CCAP Agreement Submission Link: Use the Fall 2022 link to submit any new fully executed Fall 2022 CCAP agreements, updated appendix or an amendment to a CCAP partnership agreement.
- A new link for Spring 2023 with Assembly Bill 102 College and Career Access Pathways Partnerships additions will be sent to CCAP Program Contacts in early December 2022. AB 102 amends sections 48800 and 76004 of the Education Code, relating to community colleges and CCAP.
- Future Alchemer Link Details: New links will be sent to CCAP Program Contacts every May for the following academic year. Questions regarding the new process and/or need technical assistance, email to [email protected].
Memos from the Chancellor’s Office
- FS 21-04 Non-CCAP Dual Enrollment 11.00 Maximum Units for Special Part-Time Students (May 27, 2021): Provides information about the statutory 11.00 unit cap for NonCCAP special part-time students.
- College and Career Access Pathways Legislative Report (2021): This report is submitted by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office to satisfy the requirements of Assembly Bill 288 (AB 288) and Assembly Bill 30 (AB 30). It includes an evaluation of College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) partnerships, an assessment of trends in the growth of special admits, and recommendations for program improvements.
- ESS 20-300-003 Community Colleges: College and Career Access Pathways Partnerships Memo (August 2020) Overview of updates made by Assembly Bill 30 and Senate Bill 586.
- ESS 20-300-004 Senate Bill 554 Public Schools: Adult School Students – Advanced Scholastic and Vocational Training Program Memo (August 2020) Overview of MIS and CCCApply updates in accordance with SB 554.
- College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) Partnership Agreement Guidelines for Apportionment Eligibility (March 2016) Documents Title 5 requirements that must be met so that Community college districts may claim full-time equivalent student (FTES) and state apportionment for courses given through AB 288 (dual enrollment) College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) Partnership Agreements.
- Dual Enrollment and Assembly Bill 288 (CCAP) Legal Opinion 16-02 (March 2016) Reviews key legal issues regarding CCAP partnerships under AB 288; and Districts’ ability to operate outside of the CCAP framework (that is, either develop or continue existing non-CCAP partnership agreements and other dual enrollment, non-cohort programs in general)
- ESS 20-300-003 Community Colleges: College & Career Access Pathway Partnerships (August 2020): Outlines the updates made by Assembly Bill 30 and Senate Bill 586. Includes Example CCAP Dual Enrollment form.
Resources & examples from the Chancellor’s Office
- California College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) Enrollment Form (PDF): An example form provided by the Chancellor’s Office to be used by CCAP programs that allows students, parents, and high schools to use a single form for participation in a CCAP pathway for the duration of the program.
- Vision Resource Center Dual Enrollment Training (1 hour): Covers the dual enrollment options in the California Community Colleges with an emphasis on College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP). The module provides a brief introduction to dual enrollment generally and then explores the specifics of the students, courses, schools and faculty that will most benefit from a CCAP agreement and how an agreement can be initiated. Available to community college staff, administrators and instructors after registration.