Bookstore (Instructional Related Fund) (100A)
The earnings generated through the bookstore enterprise activity is used to support the college.
College Discretionary Fund (041A)
A majority of the district’s revenue comes from the state through program-based funding. Elements of program-based funding include state apportionment, cost of living allowances (COLA), enrollment growth funds, local property taxes, and enrollment fees
Lottery Fund (700 Series)
In November 1984, California voters passed Proposition 37, the California State Lottery Act of 1984, as a means to provide supplemental funding to public education programs without imposing additional or increased taxes (California Government Code (GC) Section 8880.1).
Revenue Augmentation Fund (041X)
Revenue is generated through departmental area for various activities.
State Instructional Equipment Fund (548 Series)
State Instructional Equipment and Library Materials (SIEF/LM) fund is allocated by the state through the district to the College. There is no mandated break between the two needs but, rather, is a function of college discretion.
Student Equity & Achievement Program (570A)
The Student Equity and Achievement Program was established in Education Code (EC) 78222 with the intent of supporting Guided Pathways and the system wide goal to eliminate achievement gaps.
Student Equity & Achievement Program One-Time (570B)
The Student Equity and Achievement Program (SEAP) was established in Education Code (EC) 78222 with the intent of supporting Guided Pathways and the system wide goal to eliminate achievement gaps.