The City College of San Francisco has relinquished control of most of its foundation’s $19 million endowment, bringing a months-long dispute over the funds to an end, representatives from the college and foundation said. Foundation directors sought full control of the assets late last year after a district attorney investigation resulted in criminal charges against the college’s former chancellor. Read More
Students, faculty and staff at City College of San Francisco are participating a walkout and rally today to protest ongoing cuts to classes, including major reductions in summer school classes.
At noon, students planned to walk out of classrooms and rally at Conlan Hall at the Ocean Beach campus, said Andres Ruiz, a 20-year-old student and organizer of today's events. Read More
School is completely out next summer for the City College of San Francisco.
The board of trustees has slashed CCSF’s summer-school program for 2010 — about 900 classes — due to a $20 million cut in state funding that the school has been trying to mend, San Francisco City College Board President Milton Marks said. Read More
College of San Mateo controlled City College of San Francisco, the second-ranked team in the state, to take a 30-24 NorCal Conference football victory over the visiting Rams on Saturday. Read More
In a desperate move to raise money for hundreds of classes that were dropped due to budget cuts, City College of San Francisco is having a full-blown garage sale Saturday. Read More
A San Francisco father Thursday marked the third anniversary of the unsolved slaying of his 20-year-old son with the announcement of a new $250,000 reward posted by the city.
The parents and siblings of Brian Marquez, shot dead outside a grocery in the city's Mission District on Labor Day weekend in 2005, are hoping that anyone who may have seen the killing will come forward. Read More