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CCC Technology Center LinksCalifornia Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO)
The Chancellor's Office is the administrative branch of the California Community Colleges, and is located in Sacramento. It is also responsible for allocating state funding to the colleges and districts.

CCCCO Technology, Research, and Information Systems Division (TRIS)
The Technology, Research, and Information Systems Division of the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office is responsible for a full range of administrative services relating to research, accountability, and management information systems.

CCCCO Telecommunications and Technology Unit
The mission of the Telecommunications and Technology Unit of the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office is to provide quality leadership by defining systemwide telecommunication and technology policy and standards to the community colleges. The unit provides communications support for the delivery of systemwide data, satellite, video, and voice communications. The unit also provides learning support in the areas of technology training and online learning.

Butte-Glenn Community College District
The mission of Butte College and the Butte-Glenn Community College District is to create a student-centered, community-based learning environment which empowers students to become productive, literate, and responsible members of a diverse society.

CCC Technology Center LISTSERV® Interface
LISTSERV® allows you to create and manage opt-in e-mail lists, such as e-mail newsletters, announcement lists, discussion groups, and e-mail communities.

CCC TechEDge: CCC Systemwide Technology Newsletter
CCC TechEDge newsletter has moved online. As of January 2010, the newsletter is offered in digital format only at From May of 2003 to June of 2009, the CCC TechEDge newsletter was printed quarterly with additional, special issues per year. The entire print archive is available at the TechEDge website. TechEDge provides timely and relevant news about telecommunications and technology in the California Community Colleges. Its audience includes distance educators, information systems officers, business leaders, the California legislature, and the entire CCC technology community.

California Virtual Campus (CVC)
The California Virtual Campus manages technology pilot projects funded by grants from the CCC Chancellor's Office. The CVC also maintains a current catalog of online courses offered by institutions throughout California.

Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC)
California's education and research communities leverage their networking resources under CENIC, the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California, in order to obtain cost-effective, high-bandwidth networking to support their missions and answer the needs of their faculty, staff, and students.

Foundation for California Community Colleges
As the official foundation for the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and Chancellor's Office, the Foundation develops programs and services that save millions of dollars for colleges and students, promotes excellence in education, and provides valuable learning opportunities for students throughout the state.


Tech Center Highlights

We bring systemwide enabling technologies to our colleges.

Adopt Our Tech

From connectivity to student services and educational technology.

Connecting Colleges

Gigabit fiber optic network for all of our colleges.

Information Security

Logging, monitoring, and no-cost tools to protect students and educators.


Training and resources to make tech accessible to users with disabilities.


Upcoming CCC Technology Center workshops and webinars.

About the Technology Center

The California Community Colleges Technology Center, hosted by Butte College, facilitates and coordinates the work of systemwide technology. Our 25-year history of collaboration with the Chancellor’s Office and community colleges throughout the state has resulted in great strides forward for the system in areas including federated identity, application architecture, networking, and student services.

We operate under the Gartner model of “Run, Grow, Transform” to simplify our portfolio of services and prioritize resources in support of ongoing operations, the next phase of growth, and longer term transformative innovation.

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Top Stories

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Get Ready for SuperGlue

As of July 1, 2022, any new CCCApply student application data will be delivered via SuperGlue only as the Download Client is phased out. Be sure you’re set-up for real-time delivery of student application data and bidirectional data sharing. Learn More

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System Use of the CCCID

While the CCCID provides students with a secure, single sign-on to various cloud-based applications, it is also an effective tool for colleges, districts, and the Chancellor’s Office to track students’ non-linear journeys which often span multiple colleges. Learn More

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CENIC: Expanding Internet Access Across California

CENIC was named as the third-party administrator responsible for developing the fiber network and creating rural exchange points for California's historic broadband legislation known as the Middle Mile Broadband Initiative (SB 156). Learn more