A year after the board voted to lay off 50 full-time equivalent faculty, students struggle to complete their certificates. The Broadcast Electronic Media Arts (BEMA) department lost four of eight faculty members and half of its class offerings.
“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.”
Students are finally gaining remote access to on-campus computer labs, which will allow them to access expensive software they’ve been desperately needing for class. Other inequities, however, remain unsolved.
As the overall enrollment at City College stabilizes, a number of departments on campus are still feeling the ill effects of low enrollment numbers that have affected the school for the past few years.