City College of San Francisco hosted the first Rocky’s Runway Contest Show ever, held at the Chinatown Campus on December 8, 2023.
City College has a plan to retain students through spring 2024 and future semesters using various marketing and outreach tactics, but concerns have been raised that there aren’t enough classes to meet student needs.
If you are going to wear a mask: do it correctly.
Students from high schools in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley and Pacifica left their classrooms to stand against the unprecedented bombardment of Gaza. City College of San Francisco was the only college to walk out. City College Officer Palacios said the protest was “peaceful and in the assigned area of Ram Plaza.”
On Sep. 22 four City College fashion students presented unique, eye-catching designs, one of which will become Rocky the Ram’s new uniform.
The Maya Culture was on full display both on the Mission and Ocean Campus in September. At the Ocean campus a lively reception was held for the Helen Moran collection of Maya Women Life, Art, Hope. A contemporary art exhibit celebrating Maya artists. The Maya Cultural Festival took place at the Mission campus celebrating the culture of the Maya population in the Bay Area with traditional clothing, food, art therapy classes, lectures on public benefits, housing, jobs, interpreters, health, courts and Maya identity.
Bay Area organizations step up to mitigate the devastation of the volcano eruption in Tonga, contributing to relief efforts that show solidarity with families and community members of Pacific Islander descent.
At 9-0 and number 2 in the State, the Rams head into their final and most anticipated game against College of San Mateo, who currently hold number 1 in the state.
The Office of Student Equity is putting on their first inaugural film festival, which aims to create conversations and engage the community through documentary film.
With a growing number of Pacific Islanders athletes in the NFL, CCSF highlights some of their own Pacific Islander players and why football runs deeper than simply culture and heritage for them.
This year ArtSpan returns with its largest production, San Francisco Open Studios, a two month long festival of artful happenings across the Bay Area.
Rising unemployment and low enrollment have led San Francisco’s Civil Grand Jury to conduct a developmental review of City College, elevating opportunities for future partnerships and funding.