More than 4,000 San Francisco high schoolers will visit college campuses in The City Friday for the first “Frisco Day” to give them a chance learn about the transition from high school to college.This is all happening weeks before they will graduate as part of the class of 2011. Read More
The City College of San Francisco women’s basketball team came into the California Community College Athletic Association Championship game with one of the most prolific offenses in the state, averaging 74 points a game.
However, in the state title game against Santa Rosa, the Rams’ high-scoring offense was nowhere to be found in a 52-45 loss. Read More
It’s been 49 years since the City College of San Francisco men’s basketball team had the joy of hoisting the state championship trophy. The lengthy wait came to an end Sunday.
In a thrilling, back-and-forth game, City College captured its first California Community College Athletic Association Championship since 1962 with a 83-81 victory over Citrus College at Ventura College. Read More
While the focus of the country will be on the unveiling of the NCAA Tournament brackets this weekend, City College of San Francisco will be trying to make history in its version of the Final Four. Read More
City College of San Francisco trustees want to crack down on contractors who for years have ignored a requisite to — in good faith — hire locally for construction projects.
Board President John Rizzo and trustee Steve Ngo are co-authoring a resolution that will allow the college to initiate a grievance process against contractors who are not abiding by the 2005 labor agreement that initially set a local-hiring goal of 35 percent. They plan to announce the plan on March 10. Read More
The City College of San Francisco men’s basketball team took a step closer to the Final Four, dismantling Butte College 86-52 in the first round of the California Community College Athletic Association this past weekend.
Guard Collin Chiverton led the way for the host Rams with 21 points, and Coast Conference Co-MVP Jonathon Williams chipped in with 20 points as CCSF jumped out to a 42-16 halftime lead.
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The nation’s first college department that studied homosexuality is trying for another feat: becoming the first California community college to offer LGBT studies as a major.
Faculty members at the City College of San Francisco’s LGBT studies program is pushing the state community college board in Sacramento to allow them to offer an associate’s degree in the field. Read More
With March Madness approaching in the next few weeks, those rooting for the local schools won’t have much to cheer about this season.
Cal, Stanford, USF and Santa Clara have all struggled at times, hovering around the .500 mark.
St. Mary’s has the best shot among the local colleges of reaching the NCAA Tournament, but the Bay Area’s most successful hoops team actually resides in San Francisco at 50 Phelan Ave. Read More
After beating up on Fresno City College 52-15 in the Hawaiian Punch Community College Bowl on Nov. 27, City College of San Francisco solidified itself as the best two-year college football team in Northern California.
The Rams have gone 11-0 this season while capturing their school’s 11th Northern California Regional Championship, and are now gunning for the college’s seventh state title and ninth national title. Read More
If you’re a football fan tired of watching the 49ers and Raiders break your heart week after week, try watching some college football — community college football that is.
City College of San Francisco hasn’t let a single fan down this season as they’ve cruised to a 10-0 record and are headed into the Hawaiian Punch Community College Bowl this Saturday against Fresno City. Read More