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2021 Chancellor’s Office System Webinars

August 4 @ 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Join the 2021 Chancellor’s Office System Webinars

On behalf of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, I invite you to join the upcoming 2021 Chancellor’s Office System Webinars. Our system has wrestled with unprecedented challenges over the past year, and we are grateful for each one of you who make our California Community College system stronger. Please register for the 2021 System Webinars where we will continue to provide updates, and share tools and resources to make progress on the Vision for Success. Our webinars will continue to feature campus leaders and best practices from colleges and districts. If you attended System Webinars in the prior year your existing webinar link will not be able to access the 2021 System Webinars, registration is required.

Webinars will occur during the first and third Wednesday of each month February through May, 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. A calendar of scheduled webinars can be viewed below.

Throughout 2021, System Webinars will feature topics such as Guided Pathways Strategy, Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI), Call to Action, Title IX, and more. We hope to see you on January 13 as we kickoff the webinar series in 2021.


Dr. Siria S. Martinez

Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Equity and Success

Register Here

Registration for the 2021 Chancellor’s Office System Webinars is only required one time. Once registered, you will gain access to all of the webinars listed in the calendar below, and receive a reminder email with your link prior to the start of each webinar.

For questions related to the Chancellor’s Office System Webinars email Arthur Golovey at


August 4
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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