Effective August 1, 2022: Anyone parking on the Compton College campus is required to display a valid Compton College parking permit in their vehicle.
*Current students may park for free at Compton College through June 30, 2023, with a valid student parking permit. Students must complete the online application (https://paymycite.com/Compton/parkingpermit.aspx) to receive their free 2022-2023 parking permit. Students will receive an email upon completion of the online transaction with a link to download and print their student parking permits.
^Daily parking permits may be purchased for $3 using the parking permit kiosks located on campus.
A one-week grace period for parking (in student lots only) will be provided for the winter and summer terms, and two weeks for the spring and fall semesters, for students to display a parking permit. No citations will be issued for vehicles properly parked in marked student spaces during this period; all other parking violations will be enforced.
Please note, that all California parking and traffic regulations will be enforced seven days per week, 24 hours a day throughout the year, including handicap parking requirements, no-parking red zones, and the basic speed limit of 15 miles per hour in all posted areas.
Parking availability is subject to change, and lots may be closed or restricted for special events.
As mentioned in the President/CEO Message - June 17, 2021, Zoom is a free online conferencing service available to all Compton College employees through the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office agreement. By nature, Zoom cloud storage is intended for temporary, non-archival storage and provides access to recordings for the immediate or active academic term. Meeting hosts are expected to assess their recordings on a routine basis. If long-term storage is deemed necessary, they should download and transfer their cloud recordings to other college-approved long-term archival storage solutions, such as their Microsoft OneDrive account.
To proactively manage both instructional and non-instructional Zoom cloud recordings, our Information Technology Services (ITS) Department has issued the following policy statement:
On Wednesday, September 1, 2021, Compton College will apply a six-month retention policy to all Zoom cloud recordings.
This retention policy only applies to Zoom meeting cloud recordings hosted on https://compton-edu.zoom.us. The Compton College ITS Department will remind all employees one week before each retention policy is activated.
The District intends to maintain the quantity, quality, and integrity of District employees' work product, while reducing the climate effects of commuting during this period of social distancing to mitigate the potential spread of COVID-19. Therefore, the Compton Community College District ("the District") will allow employees to request the temporary use of chairs and monitors ("office furniture") for telecommuting purposes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With supervisor approval, employees may request the temporary use of office equipment and portable goods necessary for telework for use at their residence. This includes monitors and chairs. No other equipment or supplies may be requested.
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.
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.
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.
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.