CCCApply 6.12 deploys to the Pilot environment on January 25, 2023 for user acceptance testing. Production deployment is scheduled for February 2, 2023.
CCCApply 6.12.0 includes the 2023-2024 annual update to the California College Promise Grant Online Application and one feature enhancement to the CCCApply Standard Application in response to new mandate, California AB305: veterans services. The only changes made to the CC Promise Grant application for 2023-2024 are the annual database updates and new income table. For more details on the new CCCApply Standard application enhancement, see the New Military Veterans Consent Question section below.
In compliance with California Assembly Bill 305 (AB305) a new optional question has been added to the Military & Dependents of Military section of the CCCApply Standard Application. This field does not appear in the Noncredit Application.
This bill (AB 305) “requires specified governmental agencies to include, at their next scheduled update, an additional question on their intake and application forms, except as provided, to determine whether a person is affiliated with the Armed Forces of the United States. The bill requires those agencies…to request permission from that person to transmit their contact information to the Department of Veterans Affairs so that the person may be notified of potential eligibility to receive state and federal veterans benefits.”
This optional checkbox question displays only if the applicant selects any response other than “None apply to me” in the existing U.S. Military status question in that section.
If displayed, the new question prompt reads, “Would you like to be contacted about state and federal benefits to Veterans and their family members?” above an optional checkbox and the following consent language, “I consent to this agency transmitting my name, email address, mailing address, and mobile telephone number to the Department of Veterans Affairs only for the purpose of receiving additional information on veterans benefits for which I may be eligible. I understand that this consent is valid for 12 months.”
If checked Yes, the applicant’s contact information is delivered to CalVet on the college’s behalf. Responses to the new flag, <military_veteran_consent>, a boolean field, are not stored or delivered via Glue for Apply.
Note: The California Community Colleges Technology Center (CCCTC) is responsible for sending student contact information to CalVet. Colleges are not expected to provide this information.
2023-2024 CC Promise Grant Online Application Release
Each year the CC Promise Grant online application requires backend database updates and any other required changes specified by the CCC Chancellor’s Office before being deployed to users. These changes include incremental year/date updates, a new year_code, and an update to the method B income table and tax year. Changes align to the source documents, attached in the Reference Documentation below.
2023-2024 California College Promise Grant paper application
As of June 30, 2023, the CCCApply Download Client data delivery service will no longer be supported by the CCCTC. Preparations to move the service into maintenance mode will begin following the 2022-2023 CC Promise Grant release. Only state, federal, and COMIS-mandated fields will be added to the Download Client database. All other non-mandatory fields will be available via SuperGlue for Apply (CCPG) only. If you have not started your implementation of SuperGlue for Apply, please contact your College Relationship Manager at CCCTC Enabling Services & Support to get started today.
Get Started With SuperGlue for Apply (CCPG) Why wouldn’t you want real-time delivery of your CCCApply data directly to your college ERP/SIS? Contact your College Relationship Manager (CRM) at CCCTC Enabling Services & Support office to schedule a demo and get started with SuperGlue for Apply (CCPG) today.
To get started with the adoption or deployment of any or all of the Student Success Suite technology solutions provided through the CCC Technology Center, free implementation and support services are available through the CCCTC Enabling Services division. To get started, contact your College Relationship Manager, who will guide you every step of the way.