Starting February 6, 2023, the indoor mask mandate at all CCSF locations transitioned from mandatory to strongly recommended. This change offers flexibility for individuals, with accommodations available for those unable to work without masking due to health conditions.
If you are going to wear a mask: do it correctly.
Rising global temperatures have been at the forefront of the public consciousness for decades, and massive, uncontrollable wildfires are just one of the symptoms.
After a three year, COVID-19 induced hiatus, the annual Bay Area Maya Cultural Festival makes its triumphant return to City College.
For the past few years as COVID-19 swept the nation, students and workers had to convert to online activities; however, starting this summer with transition to in-person classes, students will not be required to show proof of vaccination at City College as coronavirus has become less of a fear factor.
Project SURVIVE, a peer-education program that aims to promote healthy relationships and prevent sexual and domestic violence, is continuing to provide training and employment to students.
The City College Board of Trustees has approved the removal of the mask mandate on campus, effective Feb. 6, and the removal of the proof of vaccination mandate for the upcoming summer 2023 registration cycle. The policy of requiring proof of vaccination or an allowable exemption for in-person classes is still in place for spring 2023. The college will still strongly recommend wearing masks.
The deadline is set to acquire the Real ID. Originally pushed back from 2020 due to Covid the new deadline is May 3, 2023.
After nearly two years of closure, the library recently announced that it would now be open to in-person usage but restrictions apply. Students can make a maximum of two appointments per day, one before 4pm, and the second after 4pm.
Last year City College’s journalism department pulled in over 80 awards between the Spring and Fall semesters. Given the track record, therefore, these 17 decorations are likely only the first of many to be awarded to City College journalists in 2022.
City College faculty were committed to delivering in-person instruction, coming up with innovative solutions to mitigate the unpredictability of a partially reopened campus and the Omicron surge.
Internet has changed the way that humans interact, since 2003 when MySpace was created we started learning how to communicate through social media. In 2004 Facebook was founded and was there when the boom of the online communication started.
While the college remained mostly online in Fall 2021, about 20% of courses on the course schedule were in-person. For Spring 2022, currently 25% of offered courses will be in-person.