Protocol for Data Requests from California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
Antelope Valley College has established the following protocol to ensure that requests for information and data from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office are received, acknowledged and processed in a timely manner.
Please direct your request to the Marketing & Public Information Department. The District has designated the Marketing & Public Information Department as the first point of contact for these types of requests. By directing your request to the Marketing & Public Information Department, it will make it easier for us to track and process your request, which will result in a streamlined response. The office may be reached by telephone at 661-722-6300, Ext. 6312.
The following emails have been subscribed to receive data requests directly from the Chancellor’s Office:
When a formal request is sent to the above emails, the Marketing & Public Information team will coordinate with the appropriate campus department and/or individuals who can provide the requested information and/or data.
Within ten days of a submitted written request for information or data from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, Antelope Valley College will reply with either:
1. The requested data or
2. A written indication of when the request will be fulfilled
Antelope Valley College’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Research and Planning also publishes online dashboards with enrollment data and student profile information. This information is available to the public.
Title 5, § 52012 requires the community college districts to respond within ten days to a written request for information or data from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (Chancellor’s Office), either 1) with the requested data or information or 2) with a written indication of when the request will be fulfilled and sent to the Chancellor’s Office, when this regulation is expressly invoked. This regulation explicitly reflects the Vision for Success, which supports a commitment to data-informed decision-making, advocacy and relationship management with myriad partners including the legislature, Governor’s Office as well as other state and local agencies.