FACCC Responds to Governor's 2022-23 Budget Proposal

 “FACCC is grateful for the proposed funding allocated to community colleges for this upcoming budget year. Community colleges play a critical educational and economic role in our state as we focus on recovering with equity."

FACCC Responds to Governor's Revised 2021-22 Budget Proposal 

“FACCC is grateful for the proposed funding allocated to community colleges for this upcoming budget year. Our community colleges will be better able to plan their upcoming budgets with the paydown of the deferments, CalSTRS payments, and the cost of living increase."


 FACCC Responds to Calbright Audit

“We’re grateful the Legislature recognized the importance of holding Calbright accountable by passing this audit last year. We are unsurprised by the critical findings. Calbright is inherently flawed and no amount of time can fix its inability to effectively serve students." 

 Preparing Yourself for the New Normal: Returning to Campus

FACCC's Return to Campus Workshop included an expert panel of health and faculty leaders discussing the issues that FACCC members need to know as districts begin plans to bring back in person instruction:

  • How to Safely Re-Open
  • Modes of Instruction (in-person, hybrid, online)
  • Protecting Faculty Rights
  • Health Guidelines
  • Role of Campus COVID-19 Task Forces

This workshop will empower faculty and provide the tools to become advocates for themselves and their students during these local processes. Watch the recorded workshop here

 FACCC Policy Forum

Faculty from all over the state joined this distinguished panel discussion on community college funding and how it impacts achieving equity goals. In case you missed it, you can watch the recorded forum here.

 FACCC Responds to Governor's 2021-22 Budget Proposal

"We appreciate the Governor's proposal of an equitable budget focused on fighting COVID-19, increasing financial aid and funding for student basic needs, paying down deferrals, funding online professional development for faculty, and protecting the most vulnerable Californians."

The Future of Distance Education Symposium

Our panel of experts shared how COVID-19 is transforming higher education and how educators can prepare for what lies ahead. Listen to the shared experiences, concerns, and recommendations on the "new normal" during a system wide use of the Distance Education modality. In case you missed it, you can watch the recorded symposium here.

 FACCC Board Votes to Urge CalSTRS to Divest from Fossil Fuel Companies

In a letter sent to the CalSTRS Board, the FACCC Board of Governors concluded that time has run out for incremental change and a more urgent response is needed to fight to protect the environment and the long-term viability of faculty pensions. By expeditiously divesting from fossil fuel companies, CalSTRS would be taking the necessary step to fight against climate change.