Chancellor's Circle

Advancing the California Community Colleges.

The Chancellor's Circle is comprised of a group of business leaders and philanthropists whose support helps to advance the goals of the California Community Colleges. Becoming a member of the Chancellor's Circle provides an opportunity for individuals and businesses to be involved with our Community Colleges in meaningful ways and to make a significant contribution to our students and our state.  With an annual, tax-deductible contribution, Chancellor’s Circle members receive benefits including special invitations to events and receptions; numerous networking opportunities with the Chancellor of the Community Colleges and other Chancellor's Circle members; recognition on our website; email alerts on topics of interest; and communications from the Chancellor. The Foundation for California Community Colleges is a proud sponsor and supporter of the Chancellor’s Circle. To find out how you can be a part of Chancellor's Circle, please contact Nancy Pryor, Director of Communications

Chancellor's Circle Luncheons

Chancellor’s Circle members are invited to exclusive networking events that provide opportunities to connect with California Community College leaders and decision makers.

Events include several annual luncheons with the state Chancellor and Community College leaders throughout the state. Members are also given the opportunity to attend a variety of Chancellor’s Circle receptions held at statewide conferences throughout the year, including the Foundation's annual Purchasing Conference.

The Chancellor's Circle is currently on a hiatus, check back for our spring 2017 calendar. 

In the News

California Community Colleges Chancellor Dr. Brice W. Harris visits Delta College
February 26, 2016
California Community Colleges chancellor, Dr. Brice W. Harris, visited Delta College on Wednesday, February 24, for a Chancellor’s Circle meeting. The meeting was organized by the Foundation for California Community Colleges, in partnership with San Joaquin Delta College. Chancellor's Circle meetings are comprised of business leaders and philanthropists, whose support helps advance the goals of California Community Colleges in meaningful ways.

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Chancellor makes local stop in ‘Victory tour'
January 24, 2016
As he approaches the end of a term marked by a period of economic growth, innovation and increased enrollment, California Community Colleges Chancellor Brice Harris was thanked by area educators Monday in what could be his final visit to San Diego County.

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State Chancellor Visits Ventura County Community College District
September 15, 2015
Oxnard College welcomed California Community Colleges Chancellor Brice Harris as he spoke about the future success of students at the Statewide Chancellor's Circle Luncheon on Wednesday, September 9.

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California Community College Chancellor Visits Hancock College’s Santa Maria Campus
July 15, 2015
Brice Harris praises university transfer degrees, says UC and CSU systems need to build capacity to accept more students in the future.

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Community Colleges Chancellor Lays Out Plan for Student Success
July 15, 2015
California community colleges need to improve access and increase student success, Chancellor Brice Harris said Wednesday at a gathering of local education and business officials at Hancock College.

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Contact Us

Nancy Pryor
Director of Communications
T: 916.498.6702

Join the Chancellor's Circle

Thank you for your interest in Chancellor's Circle. To find out more about this program, levels of membership, and how it might benefit your business or organization, please contact Nancy Pryor at 916.498.6702 or

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Who we serve

The Foundation serves as the official foundation supporting the Board of Governors, Chancellor’s Office, and the entire California Community College system, including 114 colleges and 72 districts, serving 2.1 million students.

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