Davis Center (2011)

Substantive Change Proposal

Sacramento City College’s outreach to Davis began in 1966 with evening classes at the high school. The first physical presence was established in 1978 with a trailer at Holmes Junior High School.  By fall of 2003 SCC was located south Davis with 9,200 square feet of educational space that allowed for more than seventy sections of General Education courses. In 2008-09 LRCCD received approval for formal Center status for the Sacramento City College Davis Educational Center through the California Community College Chancellor’s Office and the Commission on Post-Secondary Education. For spring 2011 the general education program at the Davis Center included 118 sections. The current facility is fully utilized at prime time and more than 60% occupied at other times of the week (excluding weekends).

Below you will find the Proposal that was submitted to ACCJC in October of 2011. Below you will also find the attachments that are included in the proposal.

SCC received a letter from ACCJC dated November 22, 2011 stating that the Committee has acted to approve the SCC Substantive Change Proposal.

If you have any questions, please contact the Dean of the Planning, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness, Dr. Marybeth Buechner.

Davis Center Substantive Change Proposal

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