City College of San Francisco is facing major hurdles in the next few months as the college scrambles to readjust its operating and financial structure in order to keep its accreditation and weather fiscal uncertainty.
In the face of those issues, 10 candidates are hoping to grab a seat on the board of trustees and assist in the process and balance the budget, whether through cuts or revenue increases. Read More
Distance learning is one of the national rallying cries of politicians and education officials seeking cheap ways to graduate more students attending public colleges. Read More
Budget cuts could shut down community college classes in Half Moon Bay, forcing Coastside residents to travel farther to go to school.
Three years ago, the College of San Mateo began offering classes from two classrooms and a computer lab in downtown Half Moon Bay. Read More
The College of San Mateo will be hoping for a bit of “beginners luck” in its first state championship appearance in school history, against Southern California football powerhouse Mt. San Antonio College on Saturday.
CSM (10-1) will host Mt. SAC (12-1), which will be making its third consecutive trip to the title game. The Mounties lost both prior title matches to the City College of San Francisco and Butte College, respectively. Read More