Faculty and Staff Resources


Names, phone numbers and emails of Sierra College employees
Faculty Handbook 2018-2019
Important policies, guidelines and procedures that affect faculty and students.
NCC Faculty/Staff Handbook
Information for Nevada County Campus staff
Order Textbooks
Order course materials from Barnes and Noble College Booksellers.
Printing Department
Submit a request to the print shop.
Degree audit program and academic advising tool.
TES (Transfer Evaluation System)
Interactive resource for course data from institutions of higher education.
Sierra Alert
Sign up for emergency alerts on your phone or email.
Faculty and Staff Wireless (Wi-Fi) Access
Instructions on connecting to wi-fi as faculty, staff, and for guests.


Assessment Guidebook
Handbook on educational assessment.
Board Policies and Administrative Procedures
Archive of official policy and procedure.
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
Homepage for the results, reports and descriptions of SLOs.
Management platform for assessment activities and data.
Planning, Research and Resource Development Office
Collects, analyzes, and gives data to the college community. Supports District planning, budgeting and program review.


Kognito Training/Mental Wellness
Online training in psychological support for students.
The new learning management system formerly known as LearnerWeb.


2018-2019 College Calendar

2019-2020 College Calendar

Retirees Resources

California Public Employees' Retirement System
Community College Employees Benefit Trust
Provides reimbursement of medical expenses to former district employees.
Futuris Retirement Board
Investment and disbursement of funds to eligible current and former district employees and dependents.


Curriculum Management System (WebCMS)
Automates curriculum proposal and approval process.
Curriculum Handbook
A guide for developing new courses, editing existing courses and explaining curriculum processes.
Curriculum Meeting Schedule
What is C-ID?
Course Identification Numbering System
ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credit earned at a public California community college or university can be transferred to another. ASSIST is the official database of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate, up-to-date information about student transfer in California.
Title V
Title 5 regulations are the working understanding of Education Code mandates established by the California Legislature.
Program and Course Approval Handbook
A reference guide for California community college curriculum committees to ensure compliance with regulations and law regarding curriculum compiled by the California Community College’s Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) with contributions from System Advisory Committee on Curriculum (SACC).