UC and CSU campuses will offer abortion medication under Senate Bill 24 but City College may not be granted the funds to also provide this health care on campus.
A power outage left most of the Ocean Campus in the dark on Oct. 19. Police and custodial workers escorted people out of buildings. Maintenance is responsible for testing emergency lighting on campus.
The financial outlook rating from Moody’s is good news for City College’s upcoming accreditation assessment, according to trustees.
Abortion rights, education funding, sports betting on tribal lands and many other critical issues are on the ballot this midterm election cycle.
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 answer is California Title 5 under Division 6; Chapter 6; Subchapter 1; Article 4 as it reads “District policy may not permit students to enroll more than one time in an active participatory course in physical education, visual arts, or performing arts pursuant to this section.” and similarly “may not permit student enrollment in…more than four times for semester courses or six times for quarter courses.”
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.
Assembly Bill 2881 will help students with dependents get priority enrollment and provide information about state assistance programs.
Proposition 27 will legalize online sports betting but will not effectively use tax dollars earned from this to aid homelessness in California. Our state did not learn from Colorado’s similar proposition, which means tax loopholes and incomplete funding plans will be detrimental to creating true public change.