Starting February 6, 2023, the indoor mask mandate at all CCSF locations transitioned from mandatory to strongly recommended. This change offers flexibility for individuals, with accommodations available for those unable to work without masking due to health conditions.
A student was assaulted on Wednesday, Jan. 17. at approximately 6:10 p.m., during the first week of instruction at Mission campus. The suspect, Gavin Vincent Yuille, is still at large.
The agreement contains gradual pay raises for faculty over the next year amounting to a 12.65% increase, but is contingent on the state’s budget for the CSU system.
As the opioid epidemic in San Francisco has prompted City Officials to declare a state of emergency and introduce new initiatives, City College continues to offer limited solutions through certificate programs and student services amid budget uncertainty.
Limited access continues for student resources that cannot be provided in a virtual capacity. The food pantry is one such resource that cannot be replaced virtually.
“The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in San Francisco, mentoring and coaching students,” said NACCE CEO Rebecca Corbin. She added, “We are thrilled with the work that CCSF is doing and the engagement that they are seeing in every sector.”
City College’s move to online classes at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic suddenly flung many students into a whole new style of learning. How deeply has this online adjustment contributed to student’s stress?
San Francisco Community College Police (SFCCPD) will soon begin using body-worn cameras, following the Board of Trustees’ approval of their purchase at the board’s Sept. 23 meeting
This facilities bond which provided CCSF with $845 million for new construction of sustainable and energy efficient buildings, was also expected to fund several environmental upgrades and seismic improvements intended to help put the community college on a path to a zero-carbon footprint.
The Spring 2021 Employee Survey, unveiled during the report, found that as of June 7 86% of City College Staff were vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus. However, 49% of employees reported being “somewhat uncomfortable” or “very uncomfortable” with returning to in-person instruction.
Faculty union AFT2121 negotiations with the City College administration resulted in classes size minimums remaining at 15 for Fall ‘21.
The Board of Trustees unanimously passed a resolution on June 24 aimed at increasing and expanding checks and reviews to promote diversity and equity on campus.