Community unites against accrediting commission
Jul11

Community unites against accrediting commission

Hundreds of students, faculty and community members marched to the Federal Department of Education’s office in downtown San Francisco July 9 to protest the recent decision to revoke City College’s accreditation.

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Trees bring new life to Ingleside
Apr09

Trees bring new life to Ingleside

By Madeline Collins The Guardsman Ocean Avenue just got a little greener. About 40 volunteers planted nearly two dozen trees on March 16 around the mile-long commercial corridor that runs along Ocean Avenue from the 280 off-ramp near City College’s Ocean campus to Manor Drive. Friends of the Urban Forest helped organize and run the event, which was paid for by the Ocean Avenue Association. “This is a huge turnout,” Urban Forest...

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Funding for Southeast shuttle lost
Mar21

Funding for Southeast shuttle lost

By Madeline Collins The Guardsman   Funding provided by City College was cut last semester for the shuttle van program that safely transported students from different areas around the city with high crime rate and gang activity. Students were shuttled to the Southeast campus to attend the GED program, as well as other courses. The A. Philip Randolph Institute San Francisco organized and ran the program that began receiving...

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News Briefs
Mar06

News Briefs

  Local News Briefs  Legislation for CCSF Legislation was introduced in the State Assembly on Feb. 22 that would provide emergency funds to community colleges experiencing low enrollment while under probation or show cause sanctions from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges. Known as Assembly Bill 1199, it is sponsored by Assemblyman Paul Fong, D-Cupertino and could get sent to committee as early as March...

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News briefs
Feb26

News briefs

Local news briefs By Sara Bloomberg Colleges removed from sanction The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges removed three colleges from their respective sanctions this month. Cuesta College and College of the Redwoods were both on “show cause” and the commission moved them up to less severe sanctions. Cuesta is now on “warning” status and Redwoods is now on probation, according to official commission documents. The...

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