The Rising Scholars Advisory Committee adopts the following principles to guide colleges as they exercise their local control to serve formerly incarcerated students in prison.
The guide is designed to support students as they learn how to navigate their CDCR laptop and Canvas course.
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.
Solano Collage’s fall 2021 enrollment packet contains course descriptions, pathways, and enrollment documents for incarcerated students.
The course catalog is organized by college and lists the institution, course offering, class meeting time, number of students enrolled, whether the course leads toward a degree, and whether the course units are transferable.
The Chancellor’s Office Advisory Committee for Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Students suggests that colleges focus on specific ADTs and the Golden Four to better serve incarcerated students.
This fact sheet outlines how Parole Agents can utilize local community colleges to support the individuals under their supervision toward better job prospects, higher incomes, and lower likelihoods of recidivism.