The City College of San Francisco men’s basketball team was dominant in the regular season en route to racking up a perfect 28-0 record. As a result, the Rams were rewarded with the top seed in the Northern California Regional of the state tournament Monday. Read More
City College of San Francisco officials say progress has been made on a key report designed to persuade an education panel not to strip the school’s accreditation, but they agreed Thursday evening that much work still remains before a March 15 deadline. Read More
The state chancellor for California Community Colleges had a chilling message for the City College of San Francisco board of trustees Thursday: City College is not too big to fail. Read More
If City College of San Francisco were to lose its accreditation and close, seven surrounding colleges would be notified in order to ensure all of the current students could transfer and complete their education, according to a new report released by the college. Read More
Chris Jackson was re-elected to his position on the City College of San Francisco board of trustees last month, but he might have to forfeit the seat if he does not submit certain paperwork before the official swearing-in ceremony.
According to the Ethics Commission, Jackson failed to file updated campaign finance reports on July 31, Oct. 5 and Oct. 30. He also has not satisfied the requirements to complete training on campaign finance. Read More
It was Jeff Chudy’s — and Bakersfield’s — first state title. And the coach opposite the Bakersfield sideline — whom Chudy vanquished — congratulated him.
“I just said, ‘Enjoy it. You don’t know when this is gonna happen again,’” City College of San Francisco coach George Rush told Chudy after losing Saturday’s California Community College Athletic Association football championship 35-14. “We’re spoiled. The guy is happy. He ought to be happy.”
Spoiled? Perhaps. Read More
There is another financial crisis looming for City College of San Francisco.
In addition to the reforms the college must make both structurally and financially, it will face more financial hardship if it does not meet enrollment goals for the second year in a row.
“We are not on pace to make our base target of 34,000 at this time,” Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration Peter Goldstein told the board of trustees in October. “And I was very disturbed for assumption for spring because it was so high. It indicates huge turnaround for the semester.”
We faculty at City College of San Francisco want to say, “Thank you, San Francisco!”
Thank you for your show of support for City College by approving Proposition A by a resounding 72 percent. Your vote of confidence shows us that City College is valued, vital and essential to our city. Thank you also for approving Proposition 30. Read More
The City College of San Francisco football team has had quite a run over the past decade and a half.
Since 1994, CCSF has claimed 17 conference championships, 13 Northern California championships, seven state titles and six national titles.
The Rams have already added to the first two in 2012, and will look to keep things going in the state title game Saturday against Bakersfield College, which won the SoCal crown with a win over Mount San Antonio College. Read More
During the biggest game of his life — to that point anyway — City College of San Francisco quarterback Andrew Spivey found himself standing helplessly on the sideline as American River College desperately tried to reach the end zone in the final seconds of the game, with a trip to the state championship on the line. Read More