Articles Posted in the " Governance " Category

  • Measure J’s Voter Approval Upheld by OC Superior Court Judge

    Measure J’s election victory was validated by an Orange County Superior Court judge yesterday. In response to the court ruling in favor of the North Orange County Community College District and the Registrars of Voters in both Orange and Los...


  • Cypress College’s Mortuary Science Program Selected in California’s First Bachelor’s Degree Pilot Program

    OFFICE OF CAMPUS COMMUNICATIONS Cypress College is one of 15 California community colleges that will offer a bachelor’s-degree program as part of a statewide pilot effort. The College’s Mortuary Science Program was selected by the California Community Colleges Board of...


  • Cypress College’s CTE Teacher Prep Pipeline Grant Extended Through CCCCO Program

    Cypress College’s CTE Teacher Prep Pipeline Grant Extended Through CCCCO Program

    Cypress College’s CTE Teacher Preparation Pipeline grant has been extended for an additional year through the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office. The $150,000 extension focuses on Career Technical Education and the STEM disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. “Seeking...


  • Mortuary Science Selected by NOCCCD Trustees as District’s Applicant for Bachelor’s Degree Pilot Program

    Mortuary Science — a program so well regarded that the HBO series “Six Feet Under” repeatedly referenced Cypress College to add authenticity — will be the North Orange County Community College District’s applicant for California’s pilot program to award baccalaureate...


  • Institutional Effectiveness, Annual Reports Presented

    Dr. Simpson details successes of the College and its students during his presentation to NOCCCD Trustees. On Tuesday, Dr. Simpson shared the success of the College and its students during his annual update to Trustees of the North Orange County...


  • Measure J Slightly Behind with Absentee, Provisional Ballots Remaining

    Measure J — a proposed bond that would facilitate renovation of the Science, Engineering, and Math and Fine Arts buildings, and foster construction of a Veterans Resource Center — is currently .6% short of the necessary 55% approval threshold. All...


  • Voters to Decide Fate of Measure J in Tuesday’s General Election

    If approved, the measure would provide $574 million for construction projects — including renovation of SEM and Fine Arts. Voters on Tuesday will determine if Cypress College will be able to undertake a much-needed renovation of the Science, Engineering, and...


  • Trustees Place Measure J on November Ballot; Campaign Underway

    Voters in the District will decided on the bond, which would provide for the renovation of SEM, FA, other Master Plan projects. The North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees voted unanimously on July 22, 2014 to place...


  • Campus Community Invited to Review District Mission and Vision

    Campus Community Invited to Review District Mission and Vision

    According to the 2012 NOCCCD Integrated Planning Manual, fall 2014 is the semester in which we engage the entire District community in a meaningful process of a substantive review of the District’s Mission, Vision, and Values Statements. Before I outline...


  • 16,071 Students Enrolled at Cypress College for 2014 Fall Semester

    16,071 Students Enrolled at Cypress College for 2014 Fall Semester

    The College continues to operate at near-historic efficiency levels, with a census-date fill rate of 95%. Cypress College is serving 16,071 students this semester, based on the unduplicated head count as of the term’s first-census date. The number represents the...