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Section 222 of the State School Aid Act of 1979
Community Colleges are required by state law to submit their financial statements to CEPI on or before November 15 of each year.
- Email the completed financial statement to firstname.lastname@example.org (no paper copies) using the following subject line: Financial Statement for "School Name"
- Colleges must also publish the financial statement on their website.
CEPI will provide this information to members of the senate and house appropriations subcommittees on community colleges, the senate and house fiscal agencies, the auditor general, the workforce development agency, and the state budget director.
Section 245(7) of the State School Aid Act of 1979
Public universities are required by state law to collect and report to CEPI the number and percentage of all enrolled students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, broken out by undergraduate and graduate/professional classifications. The workbook is due by the first business day in November each year.
- Sec 245(7) FASFA Workbook
- Email the completed workbook to email@example.com (no paper copies) using the following subject line: FAFSA Reporting for "School Name"
- Universities must also publish the information on their website under the budget transparency icon badge.
CEPI will provide this information to members of the senate and house fiscal agencies, and the state budget director.
Sections 209(5) and 245(6) of the State School Aid Act of 1979
CEPI will no longer be collecting the survey spreadsheet containing "opportunities for earning college credit" at a community college or university. Instead, institutions are required to post the information on its website under the budget transparency icon badge by the first business day of November of each year.