Bay Region Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment Community & Supports

Dual enrollment is a critical priority statewide and in this region. As a region, we will work together to support each other in expanding access to dual enrollment.

Submit your dual enrollment questions and ideas and any feedback on the website here!

Contact

Mallory J. Stevens, EdD

Pathways Support Consultant

BACCC

Hosted by Contra Costa Community College District (4CD)

C: 650.576.2602 | malloryjeanstevens@gmail.com

Current Updates & Bay Region Dual Enrollment Exchange

  • Bay Region Dual Enrollment Exchange: Monthly meetings to share best practices, challenges and solutions with other regional practitioners. See 2020 agendas and notes here.

Recent Presentations

Recently Published

New Resources

Projects

  • Dual Enrollment Regional Matrix: A survey of all regional dual enrollment programs. Add information about your program here ... We'd love to learn more!

  • Glossary of Terms & Definitions: This list is meant to support the creation of a shared regional vocabulary. If there is a term that should be on this list or if you would like to provide feedback on a proposed definition, submit suggestions here.

Resources

Administrators

Articulation

Instructors

Example Forms, Handbooks & Presentations

Support & Research Partners

Research

Innovation

Dual Enrollment Electronic Form

Adult Education

Apprenticeship

Data & Standards

FERPA and Dual Enrollment

High School

Data

Standards

Community College

Data

Standards

Industry

Current Legislation & Chancellor's Office Memos

  • AB 30 AB-30 Community colleges: College and Career Access Pathways partnerships

  • SB 554 Public schools: adult school students: Advanced Scholastic and Vocational Training Program

  • AB 2346 Public postsecondary education: community colleges: exemption from nonresident tuition

  • AB 102 AB-102 College and Career Access Pathways partnerships (Introduced)

    • If passed, this bill would extend those provisions related to CCAP partnerships indefinitely.

  • AB 103 Pupil instruction: College and Career Access Pathways partnerships: county offices of education (Introduced)

    • If passed, this bill would specify that “high school,” as used in the bill, includes a community school, continuation high school, or juvenile court school. The bill would also authorize county offices of education to enter into CCAP partnerships with the governing boards of community college districts in accordance with these provisions.

Training & Memos from the Chancellor's Office