To facilitate our federated identity initiative to allow single sign-on access to all systemwide technology offerings, CCCCO and the CCC Technology Center have put together an agreement for InCommon Membership for all California Community Colleges to be paid centrally moving forward. Ongoing funding for this effort is a part of the Technology Initiatives for Student Success funded by the legislature.
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The addition of CCC's 112 members will boost InCommon to 824 participants
, including 585 higher education institutions, 30 government and non-profit research centers, and 209 corporate sponsored partners. InCommon will now serve more than 10 million users.
As InCommon members, colleges should see an immediate savings in using the security certificate program.
Single Sign-On for Higher Education Vendors
Microsoft, Blackboard, Canvas, Box, Dropbox, National Student Clearinghouse, rSmart, Parchment, EBSCO, are among the many participants of InCommon providing online services to colleges.
Single Sign-On for CCC Systemwide Technology Offerings
Low or no-cost offerings to the colleges such as Common Assessment, the Common Course Management System (Canvas), Education Planning, Degree Audit, Retention (Hobsons/Starfish), MyPath (Student Services Portal), CCCApply, and all systemwide technology applications will be available to the colleges via the InCommon Federation.
Please have these documents signed and return to:
InCommon, LLC c/o Internet2
100 Phoenix Drive, Suite 111
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Copy CRMs: email@example.com