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FACCC Responds to Resignation of Eloy Oakley 

We wish Chancellor Oakley the best in his future endeavors. While we have not always agreed with the Chancellor on certain policy matters, his legacy of bringing equity to the forefront of every community college policy discussion should be celebrated and continued. We wish him all the best in his new position at the College Futures Foundation."


 FACCC Responds to Governor's 2022-23 May Revision

“FACCC is grateful for the Governor’s proposed allocation to California’s Community Colleges. This investment reflects one of the biggest ever per student funding increases for our system. We also appreciate the commitment to part-time faculty healthcare funding and the recognition that our faculty must be supported so they can support their students. Our open-access institutions accept the top one-hundred percent of students. Our colleges and faculty will use these additional resources to better serve students."


 FACCC Responds to Governor's 2022-23 Budget Proposal

 “FACCC is grateful for the proposed funding allocated to community colleges for this upcoming budget year. Community colleges play a critical educational and economic role in our state as we focus on recovering with equity."


FACCC Responds to Governor's Revised 2021-22 Budget Proposal 

“FACCC is grateful for the proposed funding allocated to community colleges for this upcoming budget year. Our community colleges will be better able to plan their upcoming budgets with the paydown of the deferments, CalSTRS payments, and the cost of living increase.


 FACCC Responds to Calbright Audit

“We’re grateful the Legislature recognized the importance of holding Calbright accountable by passing this audit last year. We are unsurprised by the critical findings. Calbright is inherently flawed and no amount of time can fix its inability to effectively serve students." 


 Preparing Yourself for the New Normal: Returning to Campus

FACCC's Return to Campus Workshop included an expert panel of health and faculty leaders discussing the issues that FACCC members need to know as districts begin plans to bring back in person instruction:

  • How to Safely Re-Open
  • Modes of Instruction (in-person, hybrid, online)
  • Protecting Faculty Rights
  • Health Guidelines
  • Role of Campus COVID-19 Task Forces

This workshop will empower faculty and provide the tools to become advocates for themselves and their students during these local processes. Watch the recorded workshop here