This California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office webinar elevates the powerful voices of students who have experienced incarceration.
PROJECT REBOUND (PR): PR is a growing collaboration of college support programs uniquely equipped to help formerly incarcerated people access and navigate higher education at California State Universities. Founded in 1967 at San Francisco University (SFSU) by Dr. John Irwin, who had been incarcerated prior to earning his PH.D and becoming a tenured professor at ...
In our conversations with students, we found that they were often unaware of available financial aid resources, and some had been given misinformation about their ability to apply for financial aid. Staff reported confusion over terms on financial aid applications like “ward of the court,” or were unsure about how to help youth navigate the ...
This is a California Community College Chancellor’s Office memorandum that covers correspondence education as an alternative method of instructional delivery during the COVID-19 state of emergency.
The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans has created a Guide for Incarcerated Veterans. Read more about the resources they recommend that Veterans seek post release.
See the full range of face to face courses offered in California state prisons during the Spring 2019 semester.
The Bay Area Systems Impacted Consortium (B.A.S.I.C.) is soliciting applications from interested individuals to serve on the Board of Directors for B.A.S.I.C
Project Rebound published a brochure providing an overview of their offerings, and contact information for their 8 regional programs on CSU campuses. It is a great resource for anyone looking to find out more about Project Rebound at a glance.
Call to action letter in support of our Black students, staff, faculty, stakeholders, partners and communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing our lives and the way we operate on a daily basis. The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office put out this memo on March 31, 2020 to address requests for temporary distance education blanket addendums for the upcoming Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 semesters.