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About Student Services and Special Programs

 

The Student Services and Special Programs division provides leadership and technical assistance for policy and programs that support student access, equity and success.  The division administers more than $590 million annually in categorical and grant funds that help colleges provide support services across the campus and supplemental services for special populations.

 

Programs include California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs),campus safety, child development/early childhood education, Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE), Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS), Early Assessment Program (EAP), Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS), Foster and Kinship Care Education (FKCE), Foster Youth Success Initiative (FYSI), health services, Student Success & Support Program (SSSP), mental health services, outreach, Puente Project, service learning, student equity, student financial assistance programs, student leadership, textbook affordability, transfer and articulation, and veterans services. 

 

Key Contacts:

Denise Noldon
Interim Vice Chancellor
dnoldon@cccco.edu


Koney Austinn

assistant to the vice chancellor
kaustinn@cccco.edu

 

Rhonda Mohr
Dean: COTOP, DSPS, Foster Youth Success Initiative, Health Services, Mental Health Services, SFAP, Veterans Services
rmohr@cccco.edu

 

Vacant
Dean:  EAP, Outreach, Student Equity, Student Leadership, Student Success and Support Program, Transfer and Articulation

 

Sarah Tyson
Dean: CalWORKs, Campus Safety, CARE, Child Development/Early Childhood Education, EOPS, FKCE
styson@cccco.edu

 

 


Vice Chancellor of Student Services

Denise Noldon

Dr. Denise F. Noldon serves as interim vice chancellor for student services and special programs.  Her division is responsible for providing statewide leadership and technical assistance for policy and programs that support student access, equity, and success such as outreach, admissions, assessment, financial aid, and counseling.  The division administers nearly $600 million annually in categorical and grant funds to help colleges support students.

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