POST SECONDARY PARTNERS - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS
CSU, EAST BAY DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM
As an extension of the PACE and Weekend College Program, the College has collaborated with California State University East Bay to offer B.A. degree completion programs on the campus. The program allows CCC students and residents of West Contra Costa County to have access to a baccalaureate degree program in the West County area on a schedule that is consistent with the needs of working adults.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY'S BIOLOGY TRANSFER CONSORTIUM (BTC)
Biology and chemistry faculty are members of the BTC steering committee. Through this collaboration, selected science and engineering students at CCC receive paid summer internships at UC Berkeley and attend a course during the fall or spring semester to learn about the educational expectations of the University of California professors and the study skills necessary to be successful at a U.C.
CSU EAST BAY INTERNSHIP LIAISON
Contra Costa College's CSE-MESA mentors work collaboratively with CSU Easty Bay's faculty and coordinator to arrange field trips to CSU East Bay's science department. This partnership has also established science, mathematics, computer science, and engineering research internships for Contra Costa College's CSE-MESA students at CSU East Bay.
UC DAVIS' MENTORSHIPS FOR UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS IN THE PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES (MURPPS) INTERNSHIP LIAISON
Contra Costa College's CSE-MESA mentors work collaboratively with MURPP's director, staff, and faculty at UC Davis to organize field trips to UC Davis. Both programs also work together to establish science, mathematics, computer science, and engineering research internships for Contra Costa College students transferring to UC Davis.