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2018 CCCApply Residency Algorithm 101
By Michelle Pena
Join members of the CCCApply Steering Committee and CCC Chancellor's Office for our annual presentation and Q&A panel on the CCCApply residency algorithm and how it calculates “preliminary" residency determination and AB540 eligibility status.
Proven to be one of the most popular and well-attended sessions of our annual event, this year's residency review is geared towards both new and experienced users of the CCCApply Standard Application.
We'll breakdown each of the four residency tables (A-D), then walk through h the calculation service process to illustrate how the preliminary residency status is determined. We'll also review the Integrity Flags which inform Admissions eith the details behind the applicant's eligibility and .
Featured Discussion: We'll explore the state laws and regulations behind the residency logic (see the list of questions/data fields that are used in the residency algorithm) as well as some of the hot topics related to establishing residency for homeless youth, foster youth, noncredit students, and other special populations.
Audience: Geared towards Admissions & Records staff using the CCCApply Standard Application.
Michelle Pena, Director, Enrollment Services, Bakersfield College
Michael R. Quiaoit, Dean, Student Services & Special Programs, CCC Chancellor’s Office
Michael Quiaoit is currently a Dean in the Student Services and Special Programs division for the California Community College Chancellor's Office. Michael’s oversees multiple programs statewide: Admissions and Records, Counseling, Credit and Noncredit SSSP, EOPS, CAYFES, Financial Aid, and Veterans. He has a baccalaureate in Rhetoric from the University of California, Berkeley and a Master in Public Administration from California State University, Stanislaus. Michael has over 20 years of experience in higher education. He has worked as a Financial Aid Counselor, Policy Analyst, Project Director, and Marketing Director in both the university and community college environments.