In response to the College’s dire financial crisis, Interim Chancellor Vurdien has hired a new auditor to oversee all facets of accounting and finance. But what can we expect?
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.
SMAC is a student-led organization founded by CCSF students seeking to empower underrepresented City College students through financial aid and leadership programs, advocacy for student rights and resources, and calls for budgetary reform.
City College’s Associated Student Council election results were published online in early May. Those running for City College’s Board of Trustees election in November are still campaigning despite shelter-in-place orders, and faculty union AFT 2121 endorsed State Senate candidate Jackie Fielder.
Applications for all student council and student leadership positions for the next academic year of 2020-2021 are now open, district-wide. Despite it being an unprecedented and difficult time for many, there is much work to be done in representing student voices at CCSF now more than ever.
Chancellor Mark Rocha attended the Academic Senate meeting on March 4 at Ocean Campus to assure the faculty that plans were underway to increase enrollment since enrollment typically declines during times of major construction.
With 28 years of experience working at City College, former instructor and Dean of Student Affairs Anita Martinez has announced her candidacy for one of the four open seats this fall for the Board of Trustees.