City College students and faculty have faced registration issues for years. San Francisco Community College District student trustee Malinalli Villalobos acknowledges the issues with registration and reveals that the administration has an ongoing district-wide vetting for a new registration system to solve the issues.
In their final meeting of the 2020-21 school year on June 24, the Board of Trustees attempted to tackle several of the pressing issues facing the college.
Jeffrey Fang’s Saturday routine working as a DoorDash driver was horribly interrupted on the evening of Feb. 6 when, while he completed one of many deliveries, a strange man climbed into Fang’s unlocked minivan and drove away with Fang’s two young children in the back.
Since the closure of the Fort Mason Campus, there has been a lot of talk about the disposal of various art supplies that were provided for the students and faculty at the Fort Mason Campus. It’s still a bit unclear of what the Board of Trustees have decided to do, since there has been lots of speculation with the details of their decision.
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.
On April 29, we sat down with Shanell Williams, the newly elected student trustee and now-former Associated Students president, for a conversation about her experiences with City College and the recent accreditation crisis. The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges is expected to release its final decision in early July.