CCC News Issue 39 - Maas Companies

NEWS

Los Rios Chancellor on the Future of California Community Colleges

Chancellor of Los Rios CCD discusses the future of California Community Colleges including his thoughts on the new funding formula.

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Education Funding

Articles of Interest

The CCC News has previously posted numerous articles over the past year specific to the issue of food insecurity on campus for students. Cabrillo College provides another example on how California Community Colleges are providing solutions to the issue.

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Not just talking about the problem but doing something about it. San Diego Mesa College addresses the issue of student needs beyond the classroom with a new innovative program.

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A former student at Compton College leaves millions of dollars in real estate to his former college.

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Track current legislation that could have a direct impact on California Community Colleges including bills addressing student homelessness and food insecurities.

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Finally

The new online Calbright College is facing questions as it prepares to begin operations starting October 1st.

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MAAS Update

Cypress College has laid the foundation for their New Veterans’ Resource Center. Installation of the rebar for the caissons and grade beams began in July 2019 and was completed in mid-August, formwork for the slab on grade followed. Concrete has been poured on the installed rebar and the slab on grade now stands ready for the erection of structural steel columns and beams in early September. MAAS is proud to work alongside NOCCCD on the Program Management of this project.

Comings & Goings

Santa Barbara City College: The Board of trustees have approved a process and timeline to select a new Superintendent/President by the end of the year.

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Long Beach City College: Superintendent/President Reagan Romali will remain at LBCC after being considered to lead Dade Community College in Florida.

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