Exemplary Program Award

From the ASCCC website: The Exemplary Program Award, established in 1991, recognizes outstanding community college programs. Each year the Executive Committee of the Academic Senate selects an annual theme in keeping with the award’s traditions. Up to two college programs receive a cash award and a plaque, and up to four colleges receive an honorable mention and a plaque. This is a Board of Governors award, is sponsored by the Foundation for California Community Colleges, and awardees are recognized by the Board each January. The Program Director of each program is invited to attend the Board meeting to receive the award.

Resource Documents are located at the bottom of Exemplary Program Award site.

2022 - 2023 ASL Department

2021 - 2022 Music Department 

2020 - 2021  The WELL (Recipient)

2019 - 2020  Faculty Mentor Program (Honorable Mention)

2018 - 2019  Permaculture Gardens (Honorable Mention)

2017 - 2018 Express to Success Program (Recipient)

2016 - 2017 (No nomination)

2015-2016 Student Athlete Support Program

2014-2015 SBCC Dual Enrollment Program

2012-2013 Transfer Academy, Angela Warren, Director

2011-2012 Student-Athlete Academic Achievement Zone

2009-2010 Partnership for Student Success (Recipient)

2008-2009 Student Learning Outcomes Project (Honorable Mention)

2007-2008 Professional Development Center

2006-2007 Citizenship Center (Honorable Mention)

2005-2006 Professional Development Center

2004-2005 EOPS Running Start Program (Recipient)

2003-2004 Gateway to Student Success Program (Recipient)

2002-2003 Student Health Services and Wellness Program (Honorable Mention)

2001-2002 Associate Degree Nursing

2000-2001 Associate Degree Nursing

1999-2000 Study Abroad (Honorable Mention)

1998-1999 Marine Diving Technology (Recipient)

1997-1998 Marine Diving Technology

1995-1996 Multicultural English Transfer Program (Recipient)

1994-1995 Disabled Student Program and Services (Honorable Mention)

1993-1994 Study Abroad Program

1992-1993 Cooperative Agencies and Resources for Education (CARE) Recipient

1991-1992 Transfer Achievement Program (Honorable Mention)