This 2020 flyer from East Bay Community Law Center provides an overview of clean slate remedies available for formerly incarcerated people.
The California Community Colleges are increasingly striving to collect data about the number of formerly incarcerated students on their campuses. Data collection can raise privacy concerns and may cause tension in the relationship between Rising Scholars students and the college. This collection of successful practices may help Rising Scholars programs navigate this challenging terrain.
Memorandum of Understanding between CDCR and local community colleges providing face-to-face instruction.
This toolkit contains recommendations for colleges transitioning to correspondence packet delivery during the pandemic.
This toolkit contains strategies provided by formerly incarcerated students for supporting them during the pandemic.
This toolkit provides strategies and tips for serving students incarcerated in local county jails.
Solano Collage’s fall 2021 enrollment packet contains course descriptions, pathways, and enrollment documents for incarcerated students.
This report describes the demographics of California’s incarcerated and paroled populations and identified five challenges to help people move from prison to college.
This California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office webinar elevates the powerful voices of students who have experienced incarceration.
“College is for Everyone” is a resource created by the Youth Law Center for students, program staff, and probation staff.