Down To 3: College Hopes To Seat a New Chancellor by Oct. 1

Since 2011, City College has had more than half a dozen leaders. Analysis by the Guardsman found that chancellorship of the college has changed hands nine times in the last decade.

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Administration Asks City for $30 Million in Emergency Aid

The request asks San Francisco for $15 million a year for the next two years and could be introduced to the Board of Supervisors as early as April 27.

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Art Instructor Questions Her Pink Slip 

“Is there someone here who doesn’t want a City College? That doesn’t want free education? Is the focus just churning out degrees? And certainly, getting degrees and certificates is part of our mission. Also part of our mission has been to provide education for lifelong learning.” 

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Faculty Dispute Vurdien’s Version of Layoffs’ Impact

Despite Interim Chancellor Rajen Vurdien’s and City College administrators’ repeated promises that faculty layoffs and course cuts will not result in any academic programs being discontinued, many faculty members claim they will.

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Amid Budget Austerity, City College Hires New Director of Media

In her new position, Rosie Zepeda is expected to create, manage, and implement strategies to strengthen relations with the community, local businesses, media, and government stakeholders. She will represent City College as the main liaison with city, state, and federal offices, and will report back with new policies and changes, including those related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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City College Postpones Aeronautics Move to Evans

By Tobin Jones tobinjones@protonmail.com  Facing opposition from faculty and suspicion from community members, City College announced on Thursday, Nov. 12,

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Board of Trustees Prioritize Increasing Enrollment, Cutting Costs by 2025

Under the watchful eye of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, the City College Board of Trustees contemplate their financial strategy for the next five years and beyond.

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Drastic cuts across the board to address College’s “dire fiscal emergency” in approved Multi-Year Budget and Enrollment Plan

Facing budget constraints and continued accreditation pressures, the College’s Multi-Year Budget and Enrollment Plan outlines steep cuts, including at least 600 fewer class sections.

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City College Launches Nation’s First Cannabis Studies Associate of Arts Degree

City College is the first college in the nation to provide a Cannabis Studies Associate of Arts (AA) degree program for students. Since the announcement from the Behavioral Sciences department, many have gained interest and curiosity.

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