2017 CCCApply & California Electronic Transcripts Annual Workshop
April 12-13, 2017 - Sacramento City College


CCCApply Workshop
Wednesday, April 12, 2017

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

California Electronic Transcripts Workshop
Thursday, April 13, 2017

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

Continental Breakfast: 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM each day

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Sacramento City College
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822

Driving Directions 

College/Parking Map
Workshops will be held in the Performing Arts Center (PAC).
Park in the West Lot. Parking is Free.

Hotels Near Sacramento City College:

The Westin Sacramento
4800 Riverside Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822
Hotel website

Holiday Inn Sacramento Downtown - Arena
300 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 446-0100
Hotel website

Also, Residence Inn and Courtyard Hotel in Natomas are affordable, but farther away.

(Always ask for the Government Rate)

Event Information:

CCCApply Contact:

Patty Donohue
CCC Technology Center
(530) 228-2446

eTranscipt California Contact:

Rena Martinez Stluka
eTranscriptCA Steering Committee
(714) 992-7077



Thank You Sponsors:


  • Admissions & Records
  • Student Services / Enrollment
  • Information Technology
  • Administration

Every year, the CCCApply and eTranscript California steering committees meet to connect with colleagues at other institutions and discuss the issues unique to the online application to the California Community Colleges (CCCApply) and electronic transcript exchange across California, including CSU, UC, and private universities.

Online registration for this event is now closed. For changes to or questions about your registration, or to inquire about availability of seats, please contact Rebecca Miller, CCC Technology Center, rmiller@ccctechcenter.org.

CCCApply Workshop
April 12 - 9:00AM – 4:00PM - "Focused on Success: Mapping the Road Ahead"

For California Community Colleges Only
This year's CCCApply Workshop will feature a range of topics and speakers covering the year in review and the roadmap ahead.  Break-out sessions are offered in three tracks including topics for new and experienced Admissions & Records staff; Report Center training and data handling best practices; and a special series of sessions exploring new projects and statewide initiatives, including CCC MyPath and Project Glue. 

General Sessions

  • Welcome: Michelle Pena, Vice Chair, CCCApply Steering Committee
  • CCCApply Year in Review & Roadmap: Tim Calhoon, Executive Director, CCC Technology Center
  • Keynote: Dr. Pamela D. Walker, Vice Chancellor, Educational Services, CCC Chancellor's Office


Admissions & Records

  • Introduction to the International Application
  • BOG Fee Waiver Application - What's New in 2017-18
  • CCCApply Residency Algorithm 101: Presentation, Q&A Panel 
  • CCCApply 2017 Annual Update: Presentation, Q&A Panel

IT & Report Center Best Practices

  • Basic Report Center Training
  • Creating Accessible Documents & Web Pages
  • Advanced Report Center Training
  • Security Awareness & Safe Data Handling 

On The Roadmap

  • PREVIEW: New CCC Administrator 2.0
  • Update on the Statewide Initiatives Portfolio
  • PREVIEW: CCC MyPath Student Services Portal Demo
  • Project Glue & Master Data Management

Meet the Sponsors: Presentations Q&A

2017 California Electronic Transcripts Workshop

Day 2: April 13 - 9:00AM – 4:00PM - "Admission to Graduation #It’sAllAboutTheData"

For CCC, CSU, UC, and Private Universities
This day will be packed with information and opportunities! The California Transcript Standard Data Format now enables institutions more choices in transcript exchange. Find out more about the latest trends, and learn how institutions are using multiple transcript exchange methods to achieve greater success and streamline their business processes.  Meet with vendors and colleagues at other institutions, and get your questions answered!

Opening General Session
It's All About the Data:
Tim Calhoon, Executive Director, CCC Technology Center, Butte College

April Grommo, Director, Enrollment Management Services, CSU
Evera Spears, Interim Associate Director, Student Affairs-Undergraduate Admissions, UC

Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Terri Gomez, Interim Associate Vice President, Student Success, Cal Poly Pomona

Breakout Sessions:

Electronic Transcripts, Getting Started through Full Adoption
At a Glance: Panel discussion with experienced and new transcript partners

  • Discuss the current state of eTranscript California
  • Implementation experience from eTranscriptCA colleges
  • Benefits of being fully adopted

High School Transcripts
At a Glance: Discussion on Automating High School Transcripts

  • How are colleges utilizing services?
  • What is next for Electronic High School Transcript Exchange

ASSIST - Next Generation
At a Glance:  Overview and tour of the new ASSIST product

What’s Next for Ed Planning: The CCC Technology Center Roadmap
At a Glance: Learn about what the CCC Technology Center has planned

  • An introduction to the CCC MyPath, the CCC student portal,
  • Education planning and Starfish
  • An overview of CCC Technology Center projects

What’s Next for eTranscript California: Putting Data to Work
At a Glance: eTranscriptCA 2.0, leveraging new technologies that boost adoption and data quality, including:

  • EdExchange, expanding eTranscript destinations
  • GLUE providing next generation integration 
  • Support for eTranscript vendor integration
  • Supporting student success by putting eTranscript data to work in placement, advising, mobility, transfer, and articulation.

CSU GE and IGETC Certifications
At a Glance:  Panel Discussion on including General Education Certifications with eTranscript.

Hear from colleges about how they utilize general education certifications and their plans for implementing general education certification within eTranscript.

CSU Initiatives
At a Glance: Hear about the NEW CSU online college application, ADT eVerify site and California promotions for ADTs.

Associate Degree for Transfer and Redirection
At a Glance:  Panel Discussion on Transfer Degrees from both the CCC and CSU perspective

The session will focus on how ADT degrees are not only technically processed, but also the business process of identifying and handling them from both the sending and receiving institutions’ perspective.

Working with eTranscript California
At a Glance: Transcript exchange with eTranscriptCA and Transcript vendors. Explore California Electronic Transcript standards, Q&A.