CCCCO released the following announcement on September 13, 2016, to the DSPS Directors Listserv: "As many of you are already aware, this bill [AB2791] passed in summer 2016 and expands the definition of a qualifying student to include those students who have applied to the DSPS program but have not yet enrolled in classes. Effective with the  Fall term you can start counting any students in this category that you provide service for." The section now reads: "A community college district will be deemed to have "provided academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, services and/or instruction" to a student with a disability, as required by Section 56060, if the student has applied to the DSPS or is enrolled in an educational assistance class or is enrolled in a general class and received one or more service contacts each semester the student attends."
The announcement further states: "We also are providing a clarification of the language around "semester" to effectively mean "term" which includes Fall and Spring semesters or Fall, Winter and Spring quarters. Other sessions would be considered intersession and would include Summer." See the updated 2015 Title 5 Implementing Guidelines, p. 81