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Funding

CCCCO Expenditure Memo 2016-2017

Here is the California Community College Chancellor’s Office expenditure memo, which outlines the guidelines allowing for increased flexibility with Basic Skills, SSSP, and Equity funds. The Chancellor’s office encourages colleges to apply these funds to supporting formerly incarcerated students. 

Textbook Reimbursement for Community Colleges Teaching in State Prisons

This memorandum provides information regarding available funds for colleges teaching students that are currently incarcerated in state prisons. A total of $3 million is available to colleges to provide textbooks or digital course content to students under the jurisdiction of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) who are enrolled in one or more California community college course.

Textbook Reimbursement for Community Colleges Teaching in State Prisons Certification Form

AA 19-26 made $3 million available to community colleges to provide textbooks or digital course content to students in state prisons. This Certification Form must be completed in order to apply for reimbursement.

Formerly Incarcerated College Student Fund Application

Corrections to College seeks to broaden pathways and educational successes for currently and formerly incarcerated students in California’s public colleges and universities. As part of our goal, we seek to amplify the voices of formerly incarcerated college students and graduates and build a corps of formerly incarcerated students and graduates who can advocate and lead the field. We are offering 30 scholarships to formerly incarcerated students and graduates. Read the full application for details on eligibility. 

CCCCO Integration Memo 2016-2017

Here is the California Community College Chancellor’s Office memo on Integrated Planning, which streamlines and consolidates the process for requesting these funds for the upcoming year. The Chancellor’s Office encourages colleges to use funding streams to support formerly incarcerated students.