Facility Utilization Space Inventory Option Net

 
 

FUSION is a web-based suite of tools to support the integrated management and reporting on California community college facilities throughout the state. This approach allows for a consistent, standardized approach used by all college districts and for improved efficiency for the districts as well as the California Community College System Office staff who are responsible for review and approving district submissions and compiling information system-wide.

The FUSION system is operated and maintained by  Foundation for California Community Colleges  with support from San Joaquin Delta Community College District.

 
 

Announcements

 
 

FUSION 2 - Ad Hoc Reporting Tutorial
The FUSION 2 Ad Hoc Report Writer Tutorial is now available to download. Click Here > FUSION2 Ad Hoc Reporting Tutorial Final for your copy of this tutorial that explains how to customize reports for your FUSION data. FUSION data can be used for a variety of projects and the new Ad Hoc reporting capability will allow you to easily download the information you need. 

FUSION 2 Space Inventory Tutorial
We are pleased to announce the first release of the next generation of FUSION (FUSION 2). Space Inventory is the first of several "phased" releases of FUSION 2. Take a look at the tutorial here FUSION2 Tutorial

FUSION Training
New! The next FUSION training session is planned to be held at the Sierra College Rocklin Campus in Rocklin California on December 15, 2017. This will be an intermediate class.

Please contact Walt Kerns for information or to sign up. His contact information is ph: 916.325.8571, email: wkerns@foundationccc.org

The next beginning class is planned in Southern California early next year. 

Quarterly Report submittals

Please access the Capital Planning, Quarterly Reports folder on the Documents page to download a copy of this call letter.

 

COP Planning Procedures

For detailed information on this year's Capital Outlay Planning submittals, go to the User Resources > Documents section. Once there, select the Capital Outlay folder to view all related documents.