AANHPI Student Achievement Program FAQs
About the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Student Achievement Program
Principle: All efforts are in development and are subject to change pending partner engagement, time frame adjustments, and meaningful application.
Eligibility for AANHPI Student Achievement Program Funding
General Use of Funds / Expenditures
AANHPI Student Achievement Program funds are designed to support AANAPISI-aligned efforts, and develop strategies for historically underserved populations in California.
Requires use in services or projects in alignment with AANAPISI grant and:
- Culturally responsive learning communities
- Advising and counseling services
- Mental health counseling and awareness services
- Career development, career readiness, and employment services
- Supplemental instruction and tutoring, such as English language development and support
- Asian American, Pacific Islander studies courses and curriculum development
- Leadership development, internships, and mentorships
Colleges’ Use of Funds shall fit the intention of the Education Code Section 79510 (CCC) and shall align with the listed A-G services and projects.
Colleges need to seek guidance from their local General Council. Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the college to interpret the legislative language for the particular expenditure and get campus approval and agreement that it aligns with the intent of the legislation.
For any specific questions, please do not hesitate to email us at AANHPISAP@foundationccc.org.
Principle: The Reporting Tools are in development and are subject to change. We will involve all partners in the development of these tools to ensure alignment. All colleges receiving AANHPI Student Achievement Program funds will be required to submit an assurance plan upon receiving the first round of funding.