The ACCJC peer review team finished conducting its onsite visit Oct. 4, after addressing its “Core Inquiries” from April 2023, which outlines further information sought by the commission following an Institutional Self-Evaluation Report (ISER) conducted by the college in December of 2022.
Painting students at the time, Barbara Bolls-Guillory, Itzli Ceja and Xiaoyu Luo painted the Frida Kahlo panel together. The three benefitted from the workshop in a multitude of ways, from the community aspect to the technical skills learned.
City College is facing cold classroom conditions due to broken boilers. This has caused discomfort and hindered learning for both students and faculty, with temperatures in the rooms as low as the 50s. The administration has suggested using space heaters and moving rooms, but the faculty union, AFT 2121, calls these solutions inadequate.
The culmination of layoffs and program consolidations have caused major challenges for educators and students alike. Read how the drastic cuts from last year are affecting City College today.
The STEAM building, which stands for “sciences, technology, engineering, arts, and math,” will be built on the west side of Frida Kahlo Way and will offer updated facilities to students and faculty.
National trends show a decline in student enrollment in community colleges since 2012, mirroring trends at City College where students also are enrolling in lower numbers.
Holiday events happening in SF that even the Grinch would participate in.
The week leading up to Veterans Day, the Veterans Resource Center has hosted many opportunities to connect veterans to helpful resources.
CurryAhhCity, Chef’s Table, and The Lunchbox are all serving food on Ocean Campus with affordable options available for students, staff, and the public.
The center allows students to access multiple services all in one place, making it easier to find needed resources.
Wesley Brownlee arrested in connection to the ‘Stockton Killer’ murders. The only survivor says she wasn’t taken seriously when she reported the incident to police.
Climate change is partly to blame for the destruction that hurricane Ian reaped in Florida, South Carolina, and Cuba. There are many resources available to help those affected by the crisis, which should be utilized, as climate change affects us all.
The Student Health Center is open and operating in a hybrid mode to deliver a multitude of both physical and mental health services for City College students.