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POLICY STATEMENTS

Office 365 and Email Deactivation Policy – Student Accounts

Compton Community College District will deactivate Office 365 accounts, including @compton.edu emails, of students who have not enrolled in a course for a period of two consecutive primary terms (i.e., fall and spring semesters) and who are not actively enrolled in the current term. If a student’s account is deactivated for this reason, the contents of their email account and any data stored in Office 365 will be permanently deleted, and access to MyCompton will be prohibited. Students will be notified two weeks before the deactivation deadlines.

This policy goes into effect on July 1, 2020.


Revised Procedures for Vendor Payments - March 24, 2020

The Compton Community College District Accounts Payable Team has developed the following revised procedures in alignment with the Compton College COVID-19 Update - March 17, 2020. The revised procedures will support social distancing and ensure that payments are processed uninterrupted.

  1. Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020, and until further notice, managers should submit their payment requests via email only, with no exceptions. Your payment request should include the following items:
    1. Invoice
    2. The following statement:
      I acknowledge receipt of goods/services described on the invoice and further acknowledge that the said goods/services have been inspected and are without defect. Please accept this email as my signature to process the payment.
    3. Your Name, Title
    4. Copy of the PO or a PO number if available
  2.  Please email the items above to the following Accounts Payable staff:
    1. Vendor name beginning with A-L: Dosalma Martinez (dmartinez5@compton.edu)
    2. Vendor name beginning with M-Z: Stephanie Dewitt (sdewitt@compton.edu)
    3. If Accounts Payable receives invoices directly, they will send them to you via email for payment verification. If you receive such an email, please refer back to Steps 1 and 2 listed above.

 

Payroll Department Advisory - March 18, 2020

The Compton Community College District Payroll Department has developed the following revised time/absence report and payroll procedures in alignment with the Compton College COVID-19 Update - March 17, 2020. The revised procedures will support social distancing and ensure that payroll is processed on time.

  1. Time/Absence Reports covering the March 2020 pay period are to be submitted into the metal bins in Payroll (C-33) as usual, before 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 20, 2020.
  2. Time/Absence Reports for April 2020, and until further notice, shall be submitted to your Manager/Supervisor via email, and then forwarded via email to the following Payroll Department Staff.

Certificated: Michael Rivera, mrivera7@compton.edu
cc: Armando Ruiz, amruiz@compton.edu

Classified: Angela Lara, aclara@compton.edu
cc: Armando Ruiz, amruiz@compton.edu

3. The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) is expected to continue payroll deposits into your bank accounts for employees who have signed up for Electronic Fund Transfer. Payroll warrants will be mailed to employees who have not already signed up for Electronic Fund Transfer and only to the mailing address that is on record.

4. Compton Community College District Payroll warrants will not be available in-person for pickup.

If you need to change your mailing address, please visit the Human Resources Department (C-38) to submit the attached form by Friday, March 20, 2020, 10:00 a.m.


 

Compton College Diploma Distribution: December 19, 2019

Commencement ceremony participants will receive a diploma cover at the time their name is read. The commencement ceremony is held on the last day of the spring semester.

Degrees for spring graduates are mailed in October. Degrees for summer and fall graduates are mailed in June of the following year. Diplomas are mailed to the address on file in Banner, with the Office of Admissions & Records.


 

Winter 2020 and Spring 2020 Class Cancellation Policy: November 14, 2019

Below are the dates and criteria used for canceling winter 2020 and spring 2020 classes:

  1. Winter 2020 session classes with an enrollment of nine or fewer students will be canceled on Thursday, December 19, 2019.
  2. Spring 2020 semester classes with an enrollment of nine or fewer students will be canceled on Thursday, February 6, 2020.

Department chairs may request an exception, which the corresponding academic dean will review and approve, or deny on a case-by-case basis using the following criteria:

  • The course is a first-time-offer for the term/semester or academic year
  • The course is required to complete a pathway, degree, or certificate

The policy complies with the Agreement Between Compton Community College District and the Compton Community College Federation of Employees (Certificated Unit), Article XIV: Workload. Consistent with Article XIV: Workload, the District will continue to monitor and cancel low enrolled classes after the winter 2020 session and spring 2020 semester have begun. If you have any questions, concerns or recommendations regarding the winter 2020 and spring 2020 class cancellation policy, please contact your academic dean.


Compton College Parking Permits for Summer 2019 and Fall 2019: July 16, 2019

Summer 2019 Parking Permits are Not Required
At this time, summer 2019 student parking permits will not be sold online or at the Bursar's Office.

Tickets will not be issued to non-employees (visitors and students) who park in student lots during the summer 2019 term (June 17, 2019 – August 9, 2019), weekdays and weekends.

Please note, all California parking and traffic regulations will be enforced, including handicap parking requirements, no-parking red zones, and the basic speed limit of 15 miles per hour in all posted areas.

Fall 2019 Parking Permits are Available for Purchase
Students may purchase fall 2019 parking permits at the Bursar's Office. The cost is $20.

Beginning September 7, 2019, citations will be issued to those who do not have a valid parking permit visible in their car.

Parking will be enforced seven days per week, 24 hours a day throughout the year, including weekends and holidays. Vehicles parked in staff parking areas must display a valid Compton College staff parking permit. Parking availability is subject to change, and lost may be closed or restricted for special events.


Summer 2019/Fall 2019 Class Cancellation Policy: May 17, 2019

Last winter, in response to faculty concerns about class cancellation, and to be transparent with the campus community, we developed a class cancellation policy.  I want to share with you the class cancellation dates for summer and fall 2019. Below are the dates and criteria used for canceling classes:

  1. First six-week summer session (June 17 - July 25, 2019), and the eight-week summer session, (June 17 - August 8, 2019) classes with an enrollment of nine or fewer students will be canceled on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.
  2. Second six-week summer session (July 1 - August 8, 2019) classes with an enrollment of nine or fewer students will be canceled on Wednesday, June 26, 2019.
  3. Fall 2019 semester classes with an enrollment of three or fewer students will be canceled on Thursday, August 8, 2019.
  4. Fall 2019 semester classes with an enrollment of nine or fewer students will be canceled on Tuesday, August 20, 2019.

Please note, for summer 2019 sessions we will not be implementing the three or fewer student cancellation dates.

Department chairs may request an exception, which the corresponding academic dean will review and approve, or deny on a case-by-case basis using the following criteria:

  • The course is a first-time-offer for the term/semester or academic year
  • The course is required to complete a pathway, degree, or certificate

The policy complies with the Agreement Between Compton Community College District and the Compton Community College Federation of Employees (Certificated Unit), Article XIV: Workload. Consistent with the Article XIV: Workload, the District will continue to monitor and cancel low enrolled classes after the summer 2019 sessions and fall 2019 semester have begun. If you have any questions, concerns or recommendations regarding the summer 2019/fall 2019 class cancellation policy, please contact your academic dean.


 

 

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