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.
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.
$400,00 will fund the “We Are Bruce Lee” exhibit at the Chinese Historical Society of America, with another $600,000 for an art gallery and welcome center adjacent to the exhibit. Other grantees include the Mission District’s Carnaval, the Chinatown Festival of Lights, and small businesses in Chinatown.
Administration recently proposed a plan to reopen campuses to in person learning, but there have been discussions about delaying it due to frustration with the lack of consideration and planning.
City College faces an 18 percent decline in enrollment compared to last year. The same situation can be seen in many higher institutions in the United States due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic hardships that have followed.
City College’s Board of Trustees held a Town Hall meeting where questions from community members about the effects of COVID-19, the college’s process for selecting an interim chancellor, and the future of beloved programs were discussed by college administrators.
California Senator Mark Leno and Mayor Ed Lee, along with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, announced that they will join together to push legislation that would allocate funds to City College, effective immediately.