Useful Links

We have assembled a list of related organizations and resources that might be helpful:

Academic Senate for California Community Colleges
The Academic Senate strengthens and supports the local senates of all California community colleges.

California Community College Chancellor's Office
This site has the latest information on Chancellor's Office activities. Also included are links to all the CC college web sites

California Postsecondary Education Commission (CPEC)
California Postsecondary Education Commission is the State planning and coordinating body for higher education under the provisions of the State Master Plan for Higher Education.

The California Education Round Table (CERT)
Cert is comprised of the chief executive officers of the educational sectors and the State's long-range planning and coordinating agency. The Round Table seeks to achieve the goal of all students meeting high academic standards to prepare them for subsequent success in education or the workplace without the need for remediation in core academic disciplines

Course Identification Project (C-ID)
This website is for the Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID). C-ID is a supranumbering system being developed to ease the transfer and articulation burdens in California‚Äôs higher educational institutions.

CSU Academic Senate
The CSU Academic Senate represents faculty at the 23 CSU campuses at the state level.

Maintained by the Academic Senate this website contains the information pertinent to the Intersegmental Major Preparation Articulated Curriculum. The project is the initiative of community colleges, UCs, and CSUs put forward to ease the transfer from two year to four year colleges. While the IMPAC project is no longer funded, the work accomplished during its existence served to inform discipline faculty from the various segments and serves as a foundation for work of other projects such as LDTP and C-ID.

Intersegmental Coordinating Council (ICC; K-12, higher education)
The operational arm of the California Education Round Table (CERT) representing the heads of all the California education segments. The Round Table considers issues affecting all segments of education. Its agenda is implemented through working committees composed of staff, faculty and students managed by its operating arm, the Intersegmental Coordinating Committee.

UC Office of the President
This is an entry way to many sites associated with the UC system

UC Academic Senate
The UC Academic Senate represents the faculty in the "shared governance" of the University of California.