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CCCApply & eTranscripts California 2017 WorkshopsThere has been a change of date and venue for the 2017 CCCApply and California Electronic Transcripts Workshop. The two-day event is now scheduled to take place April 12-13, 2017, at Sacramento City College in Sacramento, Calif.

The annual workshop offers two full days of professional development sessions, engaging keynote speakers, and user-training workshops. Registrants may sign up to attend one or both days.

The workshops are geared toward personnel from multiple areas of college operations including Admissions & Records, Student Services/Enrollment, Information Technology and Administration. Click here to register.

Data Is The Word

This year, workshop sessions will center on student data. Day 1: CCCApply will be focused on the powerful data collection and robust features of the systemwide online application to community college. This day is specifically for California Community Colleges personnel.

Day 2: California Electronic Transcripts will have a theme of “Admissions to Graduation #ItsAllAboutTheData.” This day is open to registrants from all California higher education institutions, including the CCC, California State University, University of California, as well as private and independent institutions. Workshop content will benefit personnel from the business side as well as the technical side.

Promoting Collaboration

Workshop sessions are geared toward promoting collaboration and interaction by experienced and new users to CCCApply and eTranscript California—two web-based applications being promoted within the CCC to streamline student matriculation.

For more information and to register, visit the 2017 CCCApply and California Electronic Transcripts Workshops event page, or contact Patty Donohue, CCCApply Steering Committee, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or Rena Martinez Stluka, eTranscript California Steering Committee, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Crista Souza is the TechEDge News Editor