2022 Annual Convention

Thu, Nov 17, 2022 to Sat, Nov 19, 2022
Hyatt Regency SFO
General Info

The League's Annual Convention is the premier professional development event for California's community college leaders. This event brings together CEOs, trustees, faculty, staff, administrators, and partners from across the state to share tools, models, and solutions to system issues, as well as celebrate accomplishments.

This year’s theme is Our Time is Now. The pandemic has shown us that we can do things differently, that we shouldn’t do business as usual, and we shouldn’t return to normal. We’ve seen that our colleges can be nimble and adapt to the changing time. Now is our time to build on the successes of what we’ve achieved in the face of adversity to ensure the longevity of our colleges and districts. 


Advance registration is now closed. Onsite registration will be available at the event. 

    Registration Type Early-Bird Rate Regular Rate (After August 12)

    Late/On-Site Rate
    (After October 31)

    The general rate applies if you are a college/district employee, exhibitor, sponsor, or Corporate Partner. This registration rate includes all convention sessions and meals.

    $805 $855 $905
    The group rate applies for five (5) full registrations from the same college. A separate registration form must be completed for each individual. This registration rate includes all convention sessions and meals.
    N/A $715 $775
    The non-affiliate rate applies if you are not a community college/district employee, exhibitor, sponsor, or Corporate Partner. This registration rate includes all convention sessions and meals.
    $890 $940 $1,000
    Thursday, November 17
    Includes all Thursday sessions and Educational Showcase reception.
    N/A $455 $485
    Friday, November 18
    Includes all Friday sessions, light breakfast, luncheon, gala reception, and evening events.
    N/A $520 $555
    Saturday, November 19
    Includes Saturday breakfast and the closing general session.
    N/A $300 $335
    Thursday Educational Showcase Reception   $105  
    Friday Educational Showcase Breakfast   $55  
    Friday General Session and Lunch   $90  
    Friday Gala Reception   $130  
    Saturday Breakfast Sessions   $55  

    Registration Cancellation Policy
    All refund requests must be made in writing. To request a refund for your registration, email Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org. A $50 processing fee will be charged for all refunds, per registrant. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made after Monday, October 31, 2022. 

    Payment Policy
    Full payment for conference registrations and memberships are due by credit card at the time of registration. Payment via check will not be an available option. If you have any questions, please contact Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org.

    Annual Convention Registration Checklist:

    • Register for the Annual Convention below
    • Book your hotel room
    • Book your transportation including flight and ground travel
    Hotel & Travel
    Hotel & Travel

    Hyatt Regency SFO
    1333 Old Bayshore Hwy
    Burlingame, CA 94010
    (650) 347-1234

    The room block is sold out. Contact the hotel directly to reserve a room.

    Hotel Self-Parking:

    • $10 / 0-1 hours
    • $20 / 1-6 hours
    • $36 / 6+ hours or overnight

    Other Information:

    Click the following links for driving directions, maps, transportation, and other hotel area information: 


    The below schedule is subject to change. Please visit this page for updates.

    Thursday, November 17

    7:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.              Joint CCCT-CEOCCC Executive Committee (Board Officers Only)                    

    8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.              Convention Registration       

    8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.              New CEO Workshop Part 1 (by invitation only)

    8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.              Net Metering 3.0 and What It Means For Solar Projects                                                                

    8:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.           Concurrent Sessions

    • Conflicts of Interest and Ethical Considerations all Trustees "Need" to Know
    • Building on Students’ Basic Needs: A Case Study
    • Town Hall Listening Session: ACCJC’s Draft Accreditation Standards

    9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Joint CCCT-CEOCCC Board Meeting

    9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.             4CS Quarterly Business Meeting   

    9:15 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.              Your Remote Work Policy – Critical Now More than Ever

    10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.      Concurrent Sessions

    • Strategy for Enhancing the STEM Pipeline to the Workforce
    • Why Open Educational Resources (OER) are the Answer to Everything
    • Community College Transfers:  The Breakthrough We've Been Waiting For!

    10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.       Our Time is Now: A Common Platform for Digital Transformation

    11:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.       How to Reduce Student Overwhelm Using an Integrated Campus App

    1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.            Concurrent Sessions

    • Libraries and the League: A Partnership for the Ages
    • Are Remote Meetings Still Allowed Under the Brown Act? Can Trustees “Like” Each Other on Social Media?
    • Don't Let Noncredit Mean Non-Marketable

    1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.            Statewide CEOCCC Meeting (CEOs Only)                                                           

    2:45 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.            Caucus Meetings

    2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.            Educational Showcase Sneak-Peek and Coffee Break, sponsored by Follett                            

    4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.            Opening General Session: CEO Tenure & Retention: Roles, Responsibilities, and Relationships                                                       

    5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.            Educational Showcase Opening Reception

    Friday, November 18

    7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.            Convention Registration

    7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.            Educational Showcase & Light Breakfast

    8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.            Morning Keynote: Racelighting in the Community College: The Effects on Student Success

    • Keynote: Dr. Frank Harris III and Dr. J. Luke Wood

    9:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.            Educational Showcase Coffee Break

    9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.         Concurrent Sessions

    • Aspiring CEO Part 1 (by invitation only)
    • Being Responsive: Creating Critical Pathways and Services for Marginalized Students
    • Staying in Your Lane: Advice for Trustees and CEOs
    • Accelerated Puente Pathway
    • I'm Every Woman: Leadership Challenges for Women in Community Colleges
    • Working with Academic Senates
    • Academic Coaching for Success
    • Rising Scholars: Pivoting Supports for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Students
    • Blowing Up the Asian Model Minority Myth
    • Federal Legislative Update

    10:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.      Educational Showcase Coffee Break

    11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.      Concurrent Sessions

    • Aspiring CEO Part 2 (by invitation only)
    • The Impact of A2MEND Charter on Black Male Student Success
    • DEIA:  An Integrated, Institutional Commitment and Approach Through Policy
    • Student Success in an Era of Enrollment Declines
    • Embedding Innovation - A Holistic Approach
    • Update on Community College Financial Aid: Progress, Gaps, and Opportunities
    • Developing Board Excellence to Achieve the Vision for Success
    • Meet Institutional Challenges with Collegial Support and Substantial Resources
    • The Overlooked Obstacle: How SAP Policies Impede Student Equity
    • Student Housing Dev: from Vision to Construction to a Dynamic 24/7 Student Residential Community

    12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.      Educational Showcase Closing and Prize Drawings

    12:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.        Luncheon Keynote: The Best Education for All, sponsored by Anthology

    • Keynote: Dr. William Deresiewicz

    2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.           Dr. William Deresiewicz book signing

    2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.           Concurrent Sessions

    • Reimagining Campus Policing Through An Equity-Based Lens
    • California Community College Students' Food Insecurity Experiences: System-Wide Research Findings
    • COVID Impact on California Community Colleges: Then, Now, and Beyond
    • Visualizing Institutional Data for College Impact
    • Work/Life Balance Starts with Prioritizing Self-Care Untethering and "Unplugging: The Case for Community College Leaders to Increase Time Offline."
    • Smart Action to Make Change, Case Study of AB 2738
    • How CCAP, Articulation, and a K16-Bridge Program Can Increase Enrollment
    • Best Practices for Developing a Tribal Land Acknowledgement Statement   
    • Investing in Community College Foundations for Long-Term Fiscal Stability                                         

    3:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.           Coffee Break

    4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.           Concurrent Sessions

    • Leadership Development
    • Pushing Beyond the Call to Action to Student Success
    • Cerritos College: Closing Equity Gaps through Purposeful Momentum
    • Assembly Bill 1705
    • Internal and External Leaders Unite to Improve Black Student Success
    • A Framework for Reconciliation at Long Beach City College
    • Left Out: California’s Higher Education Governing Boards Diversity Problem
    • Fiscal Resiliency: Understanding the District's Annual Budget
    • Continuing the Dialogue with Dr. William Deresiewicz
    • Education Today: Mission, Money, Disruption

    5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.           Gala Reception

    7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.           Campaign for College Opportunity Reception

    7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.           Joint Caucus Meeting

    Saturday, November 19

    7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.         Convention Registration

    7:30 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.             League Board Meeting

    7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.             Breakfast

    8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.            Concurrent Sessions

    • Title IX/SB 493/& the Requirements for Processing Complaints at Colleges
    • Police Reform Legislation: Modern Policing on Campus
    • Native Language Education: Bringing Opportunity to an Unserved Community
    • CVC Course Exchange: A tool for Equity and Student Success
    • Pension101: Everything You Need to Know About Long-term Benefit Obligations
    • California MAP Initiative: Maximizing College Credit for Veterans and Experiential Learners
    • Beyond Traditional Advising: Holistic Practices to Evaluate Student Success
    • DEIA in Employee Evaluations: Implementing the New Title 5 Regulations

    9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.         Closing Keynote: Reimagining Supporting Student Success: Amplifying Student Voices

    • Keynote: Moderator: Dr. Sharoni Little, Trustee, Compton CCD
      • Student Panel
        • Leonardo Rodriguez, Mendocino Lake CCD
        • Rafael Valdovinos, Allan Hancock CCD
        • Katie Beverly, Citrus CCD
        • Juan Camara, College of Marin
    Keynote Speakers
    Keynote Speakers

    Opening General Keynote Session
    Thursday, November 17, 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

    Moderator: Dr. Larry Galizio, President and CEO, Community College League of California

    CEO and Trustee Panel:                 

    • Dr. Julianna Barnes, Chancellor, South Orange County CCD
    • Dr. Jose Fierro, President/Superintendent, Cerritos CCD
    • Dr. Carole Goldsmith, Chancellor, State Center CCD        
    • Nan Gomez-Heitzeberg, Trustee, Kern CCD                
    • Greg Pensa, Trustee, Allan Hancock CCD                   
    • Marisa Perez, Trustee, Cerritos CCD
    • Dr. Kevin Walthers, Superintendent/President, Allan Hancock CCD           

    Morning General Keynote Session
    Friday, November 18, 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

    Dr. Frank Harris III
    Professor of Postsecondary Education and Co-Director of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL)
    San Diego State University

    Dr. Frank Harris III is a professor of postsecondary education and co-director of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL) at San Diego State University. In addition to serving as a professor and co-director of CCEAL, Harris is a senior strategist in the Division of Campus Diversity and Student Affairs. In this role, he advises the Division on efforts to institutionalize equity and designs innovative professional learning experiences to build equity mindedness among faculty and staff.

    Dr. Harris is best known for his expertise in racial [in]equity in postsecondary education and has made important contributions to knowledge about college student development and the social construction of gender and race in college contexts. Continue reading...

    Dr. J. Luke Wood
    Vice President of Student Affairs & Campus Diversity, Dean’s Distinguished Professor of Education, and Co-Director of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL)
    San Diego State University

    J. Luke Wood, Ph.D. is Vice President of Student Affairs & Campus Diversity and Dean’s Distinguished Professor of Education at San Diego State University. Wood also serves as the Co-Director of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL), a national research and practice center that partners with community colleges to support their capacity in advancing outcomes for underserved students of color.

    Wood’s research focuses on factors affecting the success of boys and men of color education, with a specific focus on early childhood education and community colleges. In particular, his research examines contributors (e.g., social, psychological, academic, environmental, institutional) to positive outcomes. Continue reading...

    Luncheon and General Keynote Session
    Friday, November 18, 12:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

    Dr. William Deresiewicz
    Award-Winning Essayist & Critic

    William Deresiewicz is an award-winning essayist and critic, a frequent speaker at educational and other venues, and a former professor of English of Yale. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Harper’s Magazine, and many other publications. He is the recipient of a National Book Critics Circle Award for excellence in reviewing and is the best-selling author of Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life;  A Jane Austen Education: How Six Novels Taught Me About Love, Friendship, and the Things that Really Matter; Jane Austen and the Romantic Poets; The Death of the Artist: How Creators Are Struggling to Survive in the Age of Billionaires and Big Tech; and his newest book published in 2022: The End of Solitude: Selected Essays on Culture and Society.

    Closing General Keynote Session
    Saturday, November 19, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

    Moderator: Dr. Sharoni Little, Trustee, Compton CCD

    Student Panel:                 

    • Katie Beverly, Citrus CCD                               
    • Juan Camara, College of Marin
    • Leonardo Rodriguez, Mendocino Lake CCD              
    • Rafael Valdovinos, Allan Hancock CCD  
    Policy & Procedure Service Workshop
    Policy & Procedure Service Workshop

    Wednesday, November 16, 2022
    1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    Hyatt Regency SFO

    No fee to attend! Your district's membership in the Policy & Procedure Subscription Service funds the cost of your attendance at the Fall Policy & Procedure Workshop, but advance registration is required to attend.

    Note: This workshop will only be available as an in-person session.  This session will not be recorded.

    Registration will close on Monday, October 31, 2022 at 5:00 p.m., or when space fills.

    The Fall 2022 Workshop will:

    • address the foundational elements of the Policy & Procedure Service,
    • review the content of the Fall 2022 Legal Update #41 revisions (this legal update will be disseminated to the one key contact at every district in late October),
    • feature sample tracking and organizational tips (and more!) from Mici from the College of Marin and Graciela & Kimberly from the Yosemite CCD,
    • answer questions regarding policies/procedures, and
    • discuss best practices for ensuring policies/procedures remain up-to-date.

    The League's Annual Convention is scheduled for the dates immediately following (November 17 -19, 2022) at the same hotel.

    Should you wish to stay at the SFO Hyatt Regency, the hotel guest room info is as follows:

    • Room Rate = $275 per night
    • Cut-off date = October 25, 2022
    • Hotel Self-Parking rates = $10.00 for 0-1 hours; $20.00 per hour for 1-6 hours, and $36.00 per car, per night or over 6 hours

    There is a complimentary hotel shuttle service from SFO to the Hyatt Regency:


    If you cannot join us in Burlingame in November, plan to join us in early May in Monterey for the Spring 2023 Policy & Procedure Service Workshop (more details to be posted in the new calendar year).

    For registration questions, contact Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org. For program questions, contact Dr. Jane B. Wright at jwright@ccleague.org

    ETP Competencies
    Excellence in Trusteeship Program Competencies

    The Annual Convention is an opportunity for trustees enrolled in the League’s Excellence in Trusteeship Program (ETP) to complete work that applies toward the fulfillment of the program's competency requirements.

    ETP is designed to facilitate the ongoing education of trustees at a California Community College by providing a solid foundation for effective board governance. We proudly offer the only certificate program in the state for community college trusteeship. The program fulfills the WASC Accreditation Standard IV.C.9 which requires governing boards to participate in “an ongoing training program for board development including new member orientation.” 

    Below are the ETP competencies that will be offered at this event:
    [A] - Accreditation
    [BA] - Brown Act Training
    [BE] - Board Evaluation
    [BC] - Board/CEO Relationship
    [DEI] - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    [E] - Ethics Training
    [FR] - Fiscal Responsibilities
    [G] - Governance
    [SS] - Student Success

    All trustees should enroll in this program before attending this event. To learn more about ETP, click here.

    Distinguished Alumni Awardees
    2022 Distinguished Alumni Award

    This prestigious award recognizes and honors those whose attendance at a California Community College helped them achieve their educational and professional goals and serve their communities.

    The League has recognized the distinguished alumni of California’s community colleges since 1964. Please join us in recognizing all of these outstanding alumnus/alumnae on this impressive list.

    Three nominees will be recognized as the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award Honorees. The awards will be presented at the League’s Annual Convention on Friday, November 18, 2022. This award celebrates excellence and is an inspiring experience for all involved. 

    The League is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 California Community College Distinguished Alumni Award. Join us in congratulating these alumni and read their bios below.

    Ann T. Martgan
    EMS Operations Manager, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
    Crafton Hills College

    Martgan is a shining example of leadership, professionalism, and mentorship, in her mission to aid under-served communities, including the one she grew up in. With humble beginnings and unwavering family support, Martgan sought out opportunities through community explorer programs, after school activities and a local Girl Scout Troup. These programs helped Martgan develop her professional and personal skills and engage in the work force at early age while growing her family. 

    Martgan, who earned an EMT certificate from CHC, went on to complete two associate degrees and teaching credentials from local colleges, and obtained her bachelor and master’s degrees in emergency management from Grand Canyon University. She has become a successful educator, published author, and community servant. She currently serves as EMS Operations Manager for the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. 

    Martgan continues to give back to Crafton and has even created an outreach day, partnering with the CTE departments, for the Girl Scouts of America. This event brings hundreds of young girls from under-served communities all over Southern California to Crafton every year to explore career paths in public safety and allied health fields where women are often under-represented.

    Jessie Ryan
    Executive Vice President, Campaign for College Opportunity
    Los Rios CCD

    Growing up poor in the Central Valley, Jessie Ryan made it her mission to uplift communities by ensuring students can go to college and succeed. A proud first-generation college student, Jessie attended Sacramento City College, holds her bachelor’s degree from San Francisco State University, and her master’s degree from Saint Mary’s College of California.

    Over the past decade, Jessie led efforts to simplify the transfer pathway (SB 1440 & AB 928) from community colleges to four-year universities. She also successfully led efforts to expand enrollment funding for the California State University system and University of California as well as efforts to expand financial aid for California Community Colleges students.

    In December 2017, Jessie was elected president of the Sacramento City Unified School District, Board of Education, where her Safe Haven School District policy was lifted-up by then Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson as a state and national model. She was honored as the 2018 Woman of Inspiration by the Sacramento Kings and the 2020 recipient of the Racial Equity Visionary Award by the Center for Urban Education.

    As the Executive Vice President for the Campaign for College Opportunity, Jessie leads the organization’s advocacy and policy efforts to increase the number of California students accessing higher education, impact the rate that students succeed in reaching their educational goals, and close racial equity gaps.

    Jessie serves in an advisory capacity on the national Tackling Transfer Policy Advisory Board, Campaign for Free College Tuition Advisory Council, Alliance for Regional Collaboration to Heighten Student Success Board, and the Higher Education Equity Network. She’s served as a member of the California Community College’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Implementation Workgroup, to create inclusive and anti-racist campus communities.

    Joseph Straczynski
    Writer, Self-Employed
    Southwestern Community College

    Joe Straczynski, professionally known as J. Michael Straczynski, is a Hollywood powerhouse who credits much of his success to the unique support he received at Southwestern College (SWC). As he details in his book Becoming Superman, Joe grew up poor, raised by abusive parents, and had very little in the way of positive influences. Once at Southwestern, however, Joe experienced staff who remembered his name and offered support, professors who nurtured his talents and encouraged him to believe in himself, and resources, such as the Jaguar Kitchen & Food Pantry (Jag Kitchen), that ensured his basic needs were met. Since that time, Joe has gone on to create numerous iconic pieces of art, and contribute to the growth of many more. His credits include the creation of Babylon 5, the Netflix show Sense8, and the movie Changeling, starring Angelina Jolie. He wrote the screenplays for World War Z and Underworld: Awakening, and was the story creator for 2011's Thor. Joe has also written numerous comic books for both Marvel and DC, including stories for The Amazing Spider-Man, Superman, and Watchmen, and contributed episodes to dozens of beloved tv shows, both animated and live-action. If all of this wasn't enough, Joe has also produced, directed, and authored several books. 

    The impact on pop culture is undeniable, but Joe continues to ensure he is also making an impact at SWC, regularly looking for opportunities to give back and to nurture the next generations. Joe has made contributions to ensure the Jag Kitchen can continue feeding students, even encouraging his fans and followers to make donations in lieu of birthday gifts. He has also continued to return to campus, most recently to provide an inspiring Opening Day Keynote address, and is in the planning stages to bring writing workshops to students. Joe is humble, deeply authentic, generous, and brilliant. He is an example of the deep impact that community colleges have on their students, and we couldn't be more proud.


    COVID-19 Policy
    COVID-19 Policy

    By attending any CCLC in-person event (the “Event”), you voluntarily assume all risks and accept sole responsibility for any injury related to exposure to COVID-19, and release CCLC from liability for any injury or harm that may result by attending the Event. CCLC’s goal is to ensure a safe meeting environment. CCLC will also follow the strictest guidance (such as masking) established by the facility hosting the event, the county department of public health in which the event is located, and/or the State. As such, you also agree to abide by any prevention or safety measures that CCLC, the hotel or facility hosting the event, the county health department in which the event is located, or the State may have in place during the Event. You also agree not to attend the Event if you become ill, are aware that you have been directly exposed to the COVID-19 virus within 7 days prior to the Event, or exhibit any symptoms of the COVID-19 virus prior to or during the Event.

    Exhibitor Opportunities
    Exhibitor Opportunities

    The Community College League of California’s (League) 2022 Annual Convention offers a great opportunity to exhibit your products and services while gaining brand recognition through advertising and sponsorships. The Annual Convention has proven to be a highly-effective way to reach the decision- makers within California’s 116 community colleges; more than 500 community college administrators, faculty, staff, and trustees throughout the state attend this premier event. This year’s Annual Convention will be held November 17-19 at the Hyatt Regency SFO. This brochure will assist you in making the best advertising and sponsorship selection. All opportunities are on a first-come, first-served basis, so we encourage you to make reservations as soon as possible! The deadline to reserve a booth has been extended to Friday, October 7, or until space fills. For questions, please contact Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org. Reserve exhibit booths online: www.ccleague.org/2022ACExhibitor 


    First-come, first-served availability!

    • $2,000 General
    • $800 College/District/Affiliate Organization

    All booth registrations include:

    • One 8’ x 10’ booth space
    • Draped table and two chairs
    • Listing in Annual Convention mobile app and signage
    • One full Annual Convention registration
    • (Additional registrations are available for additional cost)
    • Full attendee list in advance of Convention
    • Internet service is provided event-wide

    All refund requests must be made in writing. To request a refund for your registration, email Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org. A $50 processing fee will be charged for all cancellations. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made after Friday, September 30, 2022. 

    Full payment for your exhibit booth is due by credit card at the time of registration. Payment via check will not be an available option. If you have any questions, please contact Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org.

    (Schedule subject to change)

    Thursday, November 17

    10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. .........................................................................................Exhibitor Move-In

    2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. ......................................................................................Sneak Peek & Coffee

    5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ........................................................................................Opening Reception

    Friday, November 18

    7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. .........................................................Exhibits Open with Light Breakfast

    10:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. ..................................................................................................Coffee Break

    12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. ............................................Showcase Closing and Prize Drawings

    12:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. .....................................................................................Exhibitor Move-Out

    Reserve exhibit booths online: www.ccleague.org/2022ACExhibitor

    NOTE: You must be logged into your League account to access the exhibitor registration form. If you need help accessing your account, contact Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org. 

    Sponsorship Opportunities
    Sponsorship Opportunities

    Businesses and organizations that sponsor Annual Convention activities benefit from brand recognition and involvement in an event that, through its impact on hundreds of community college leaders, affects more than two million students. Our partners and sponsors are essential to further the work of educating California’s current and future workforce. The deadline to register as a sponsor is Friday, September 30 or until space fills. Sponsorship opportunities are limited and will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. No refunds will be issued for sponsor cancellations. To inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org. Reserve sponsorships online: https://www.ccleague.org/EventSponsorshipOpportunities


    Gala Reception - $5,500
    co-sponsorship limited to 3

    • Introduction at reception and opportunity to introduce firm (1 minute max per sponsor)
    • Logo visibility and signage at event
    • Two full Annual Convention registrations
    • Listing among event sponsors and exhibitors in mobile application
    • List of attendees 

    General Session - $4,500
    co-sponsorship limited to 5 per session

    • Personal recognition at General Session
    • Logo visibility and signage at event
    • One full Annual Convention registration
    • Listing among event sponsors and exhibitors in mobile application
    • List of attendees

    Concurrent Session - $2,250 
    sponsorship limited to 1 per session

    • Logo visibility and signage at event
    • Listing among event sponsors and exhibitors in mobile application
    • List of attendees

    Coffee Break - $2,250 
    co-sponsorship limited to 2 per break

    • Signage at coffee break
    • Listing among event sponsors and exhibitors in mobile application
    • List of attendees

    Badge Sponsorship - $1,500
    sponsorship limited to 1

    • Name and logo listed on the back of attendee’s name badges 
    • Listing among event sponsors and exhibitors in mobile application 
    • List of attendees

    NOTE: The Badge Sponsorship is no longer available.

    One-Page Flyer Placement - $500 

    • One full-page flyer placed on information table near registration
    • Listing among event sponsors and exhibitors in mobile application
    • List of attendees

    Reserve sponsorships online: https://www.ccleague.org/EventSponsorshipOpportunities

    Caucus Meetings
    Caucus Meetings

    If you need access to attend a Zoom caucus meeting, please use your work or college email address to email rina@ccleague.org your full name, affiliation, and the name of caucus meeting that you would like to attend. For those registered for the Annual Convention, Caucus Zoom link is also accessible via the Event App. Meeting room subject to change.

    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

         African American California Community College Trustees (AACCCT)   Hybrid Meeting: Sandpebble B

         California Association of Latino Community College Trustees and Administrators (CALCCTA)   Sandpebble C

         Central Valley Community Colleges CEO Caucus (CVCCCC)   meet at the hotel Lobby

         Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ+) Caucus   Bayside


    FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Joint Caucus Meeting   Sandpebble C  



         California Community Colleges Veterans Caucus (CCCVC3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.   Agenda

         California Community College Women’s Caucus (CCCWC4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

          Asian American Pacific Islander Trustees & Administrators Caucus (AAPITA7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.   Agenda 


    Host District
    Host District

    A special thank you for the contributions and support of the 2022 Convention Host District: San Mateo CCD. As you join your friends and colleagues at this year’s Annual Convention, during the receptions and sessions you will be able to enjoy music and other performances from the talented campuses of our host district.  Thank you so much, San Mateo CCD!