Committee on Continuing and Community Education (CCCE)
The mission of the Committee on Continuing and Community Education (CCCE) is to advance programs in continuing and community education that meet the public’s needs, that maintain UCLA’s reputation for academic excellence, that promote innovative methods of instruction, and support the mission of the University. The CCCE focuses on educational issues and academic programs for non-matriculated students who are not registered or enrolled in undergraduate or graduate degree programs. It considers the educational, organizational, technological, legal, and economic dimensions of continuing and community education at UCLA, seeking to advance the University’s contribution to society and its position as a leading research institution.
- Nine to twelve faculty voting members, including one representative each from the Undergraduate Council and the Graduate Council.
- The Dean of University Extension serves as a non-voting ex officio member. Other ex officio members may be appointed from year to year to provide expertise on technology, community relations, financial affairs, legal matters, and other areas germane to the committee’s deliberations.
- Two student representatives-- one undergraduate and one graduate student appointed by their respective student government associations and, when possible, two from University Extension Programs (votes reported separately).
The Committee on Continuing and Community Education meets typically twice per quarter.
Interactions with Administration. Primarily interacts with the Administration and the Vice Provost, Information Technology, the Vice Provost, International Studies and Global Engagement, Interim Vice Provost for Special Projects, Continuing Education and UCLA Extension and the University Librarian.
CCCE Chair: Jorge Torres, firstname.lastname@example.org
Committee Analyst: Renee Rouzan-Kay, (310) 206-2070, email@example.com