New College Faculty “IP Grade” form for Spring 2020 only
Assignment of In Progress form is available for Spring 2020 only:
Instructor’s submitting an IP grade for ‘hard to convert’ classes must use the Assignment of In Progress form rather than input the grades into the online grade sheet. The form is available under the FACULTY FORMS section, and should be submitted through the mySDCCD Help Center.
If you are submitting some IP grades and some letter grades, please enter all student grades on the Assignment of In Progress form for manual processing.
Important Spring Date Changes (College)
Last day of Spring 2020 was June 1, 2020
Grade submission Deadline is now June 30, 2020 (moved from June 12, 2020)
Faculty are encouraged to post Spring grades as soon as possible as students are sending transcripts to transfer institutions and need for prerequisites for Summer 2020 (begins June 3, 2020) and Fall registration which begins June 22, 2020
Faculty are also encouraged to consider student’s coursework as In Progress “IP” (hard to convert courses) that cannot be completed by June 30, 2020.
Faculty may use the Assignment of Incomplete Grade form to any student who has unfinished coursework after June 30, 2020 which will be made up within one year
The Assignment of In Progress (IP) form may contain BOTH graded students as well as IP grades. Faculty should enter grades or IP in the column provided
High School Students may submit a Change of High School Graduation Status upon Graduation
High School students attending college classes at City, Mesa or Miramar College may now complete an electronic version of the form: Supplemental Application and Certification of Special Part-Time/Joint Diploma High School Student. Complete instructions can be found here
Forms are accessible by logging to mySDCCD and visiting the “Forms and Documents” section (pagelet) in your Faculty Dashboard.
College faculty using Zoom video conferencing through Canvas must have their @sdccd.edu email set as their preferred email address in Campus Solutions since it was used to set up your Zoom educational account. If your preferred email address is not your sdccd email, file a help ticket here
CCCApply update (including Spanish version of the application) has been delayed by the state due to COVID-19. More updates to follow
Per AB 1504, the Student Representation Fee has changed from $1.00 to $2.00 for Summer 2020. The $1.00 increase will go to the Student Senate of the California Community Colleges (SSCCC), the statewide community college student organization
The colleges received over 8000 applications from students requesting emergency funding due to the impact of COVID-19. To date, approximately 4,750 CARES Act Grants, ranging from $300 to $500, have been awarded to students districtwide, with refunds processed in the amount of $1.9M+
The Direct Deposit implementation will go live for financial aid students within the next few weeks. More details will be shared as processes are finalized
Students who are current college (UGRD) students are not able to apply/enroll online for Continuing Education classes, refer them to the CE Campus where the online class is being offered. CE staff will be able to assist students via email
The programming correction is under way. It should be corrected by the end of June
CE faculty using Zoom video conferencing through Canvas must have their @sdccd.edu email set as their preferred email address in Campus Solutions since it was used to set up your Zoom educational account. If your preferred email address is not your sdccd email, file a help ticket here