A letter from the state’s Fiscal Crisis Management Assistance Team says that high expenditures on salaries and benefits threaten the college’s ability to stay financially solvent.
Many City College faculty members feel like they have been verbally abused and disrespected by both Trustee Steve Ngo and the student political activist organization Students Making a Change
When City College Student Trustee Josh Nielsen tried to ask a question at a March 23 special meeting of the Academic Senate, he was told to “sit down” and “shut up” by members of the faculty.
A resolution to set budget priorities presented at the City College Board of Trustees meeting on March 25 led to an admission by one trustee of a “culture of mistrust” between the board and the faculty, staff and students.
32-year-old Steve Ngo is passionate about being one of the newest members of City College’s Board of Trustees. “I chose City College because I wanted to work in an area of policy I felt personally attracted too.”