Noncredit, Pre-Transfer, & Continuing Education Committee

Formerly two separate committees: Noncredit Committee and Basic Skills Committee.

The Academic Senate Committee on Noncredit, Pre-Transfer, & Continuing Education gathers information on best practices in providing equitable and accessible instruction and support services to students who are engaged in extended learning, which includes transitioning to post-secondary education, including support for pre-transfer pathways, workforce success, and/or other skill building opportunities. The Committee conveys this information to the field through breakout sessions at institutes and conferences, workshops, and papers. The Committee will: 1) serve as a resource to the Executive Committee on issues related to instruction, counseling, student services, and program development in noncredit education, pre-transfer pathways, and continuing education, including how they are embedded in institutional initiatives to ensure student success and learning, as well as the role of faculty engaged in this work, as related to governance and local participation in academic and professional activities; and 2) review policies and make recommendations to the Executive Committee. The Association of Community and Continuing Education (ACCE) appoints a member to serve as a liaison to this committee.

Notes: 
The Association of Community and Continuing Education is to serve as a liaison to this committee.
Academic Year Meetings: 

September 10, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (via Zoom)

October 15, 2020, 10:00 AM -12:00 PM (via Zoom)

November 19, 2020 10:00 AM -12:00 PM (Joint meeting with CTE Leadership Committee, via Zoom)

December 3, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (via Zoom)

December 8, 2020 2:30 -4:00 PM (Joint meeting with CTE Leadership Committee, via Zoom)

Resources: 

1. http://ab86.cccco.edu: This is the official Chancellor's Office website for all information and updates pertaining to AB86. You can also subscribe to the AB86 E-newsletter on this site.

2. http://cccbsi.org/cb21-information. This is the BSI (Basic Skills Initiative) website explaining the Basic Skills CB 21 Rubric, containing materials for coding and aligning Basic Skills sequential courses. This website archives curricular work done by hundreds of CCC faculty in the basic skills disciplines of reading, writing, math, and ESL.

3. https://www.cccco.edu/-/media/CCCCO-Website/College-Finance-and-Facilities/Attendance-Acctg-Residency/Dec-2020/FS20-12-Exemption-Noncredit-Open-EntryExit-and-DE-Lab-Courses_CFFP.pdf?la=en&hash=78B8FB1C71B54A2E420ABF573B9B06F2B15BFEC5m  December 15, 2020 Chancellor's Office Memo on Noncredit asynchronous open entry/open exit courses & reporting FTES & Attendance Accounting Exception for Distance Ed Lab Courses

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