|Change Specification / Technical Notes||Summary||New Data Fields / |
Changes to the Download File
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|Revise CCCApply for AB 801 (Homeless Youth)|
Required changes to the Standard Application to identify homeless youth applicants per recently passed state legislation (AB 801), including a new "Homeless Youth" question and data field on the Residency page; a new integrity flag (#40) trigger, and changes to the Area B residency logic to identify homeless youth under 25 years of age.
Other changes include:
New checkbox question, data field, and error validation added to the Current Mailing Address section to identify homeless students under age 25 without a current mailing address;
|New Step 12 added to Area B Logic in Standard App only. See "Changes to Logic" section below for more details..|
Develop Web Service Linking Statewide Student Identifier System (SSID) with CCCApply
|API web service linking the California Department of Education's Statewide Student Identifier System (SSID) to CCCApply to facilitate legislative reporting requirements.||Restricted. For CCCCO legislative reporting only. Not downloadable.||N/A|
|Articulation with Californiacolleges.edu and CCCApply - Phased Approach|
API web service allowing the California Colleges Guidance Initiative (CCGI) Californiacolleges.edu to push student data through to CCCApply in order to support multiple measures placement and create additional efficiencies for Admissions and Records staff.
|<hs_cds_full>||No change to logic|
|System Generated Reminder Emails to Students about In-Progress Applications|
Email nudges to help minimize/prevent abandoned applications.
Phase I: System-generated emails from CCCApply are sent to students if they start, but do not submit, an application after 1) 24 hours; and 2) 7 days, if the application is still not submitted after one week. Email templates contain a generic message but merge college's name and URL, and college Admissions Office contact, email, and phone.
|No new data fields||Logic added to In-Progress application database to send auto-generated emails to students after 24hrs and 7 days.|
|Publish a Paper-based Version of Standard Application for Special Populations||Now Available! The paper-based version of the CCCApply Standard Application, approved by the CCC Chancellor's Office. Contains all questions from the online application. Printable version only.||NOTE: All new 2017 data fields have been incorporated into the paper-based version.||Hyperlink will take you to File Repository on Project Site to download the paper application.|
|Develop New Post-Submission Workflow that Drops Student into MyPath for Links & Opps|
Alternate OpenCCCApply workflow path for colleges adopting MyPath Student Services Portal.
|Develop Mechanism to Pass Proxy-Created CCCID Back to Colleges||Supports the CCC Single Sign-On Initiative (SSO). New EPPN to CCCID mapping table added to the CCC Report Center, allowing colleges to export new CCCIDs created by the SSO Proxy and map them back to their college/district Active Directory.||No||No|
|Implement Google Analytics to OpenCCC & CCCApply Applications||Analytics tracking service added to all pages of the CCCApply Standard and International Applications, as well as the BOG Fee Waiver Application to analyze end-user behavior, patterns,||No||No|
|Add Google Analytics Special Activities to Track User Clicks|
Additional tracking functionality added to main navigational buttons and links, all error message pop-up modals, session time-out modal, Help pop-up text box modals, and Save/Continue buttons to start gathering more meaningful data around CCCApply user behavior and trends.
|Include Baccalaurate Degrees to Award Type Field||Two new values were added to the Award Type field, configured by colleges in the CCC Administrator. |
Two values added to <award_type>
BA = Baccalaureate of Art
BS = Baccalaureate of Science
|Re-order HS Ed Level Responses in Dropdown Menu; List Graduates First||Change the display order of the High School Education Level drop-down menu responses so that "Did not graduate" is last in the list and not first.||No||No|
|Revised the user instructions that are displayed on the "Search Results" screen in the High School & College Finders||Short-term fix made to the hover help and "Search Results" display text that appears if more than 25 results match the partial name entered by the student.|
If the "Search Results" list finds more than 25 results, the new onscreen help text says, "Displaying 25 of X matches. Keep typing to narrow down search results."