Students and faculty are anything but happy with the new Banner 9 maintenance of the Ellucian system for registration and are demanding that all glitches straightened out so that classes can go forward online.
City College students and faculty of non-credit classes are moving online along with the rest of the school. Some adjustments have been difficult, but others will bring a welcome change.
The suspension of face-to-face classes is causing most City College classes to move online for the rest of the semester.
The COVID-19 crisis has pushed much of our academic and social lives onto the internet. Modern technology is invaluable in this moment, but comes with privacy and security risks as well.
City College was forced to close its doors to students due to San Francisco Mayor London Breed’s call of a state of emergency regarding the COVID-19/Coronavirus outbreak which is infecting nations on a global scale. The college suspended face-to-face classes, on-campus resources, events, and will transition certain classes to being available online. However, students and faculty have raised concerns over this new plan of action.