As of December, 45 California community colleges have adopted CCC MyPath, including all nine colleges of the Los Angeles Community College District. Of these 45 colleges, 25 were live and 20 were in the process of deploying CCC MyPath for their students.
“CCC MyPath provides a custom, user-friendly experience for students to navigate the enrollment process,” said Octavio Cruz, Jr., Dean of Enrollment Services at Evergreen Valley College. “It has streamlined the matriculation process for prospective and continuing students.”
One of CCC MyPath’s strengths that college personnel regularly point to is that it helps keep students engaged before, during and after enrollment, and especially in the timeframe immediately following application submission.
And students are using it. Between January 2019 and November 2019, students at colleges where CCC MyPath was live completed a total of 568,095 tasks related to enrolling and onboarding. Students completed 1,576 tasks daily between January and June, and 2,067 tasks daily from July through September during the busy Fall 2019 college application season.
Metrics from Golden West College showed that 84.4 percent of all incoming applicants from July to September engaged in the CCC MyPath onboarding experience, and 75.3 percent did so at Solano Community College. These high percentages indicate that students were engaged during the time between application and enrollment, a time when there is a statistically significant dropoff between the number of students that apply and those that enroll.