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- City College of San Francisco Reaches Agreement With Union - Inside Higher Ed
KRON4.comIf accepted, the college could avoid a faculty strike. Some of the salary offer, however, is conditional on enrollment growth at the college, which has declined in the accreditation crisis with CCSF's accreditor, the Accrediting Commission for ...City College of San Francisco reaches tenta ...
- Phishing attack compromises City College of San Francisco student data - SC Magazine
The City College of San Francisco (CCSF) reported that student information of about 7,500 students was compromised when an employee responded to a phishing em ...
- Saddleback losses state title game to City College of San Francisco, again - Lariat Saddleback College
Gauchos forward Breaon Brady (No. 34) shoots over a block attempt against East Los Angeles College earlier in the CCCAA playoffs. Saddleback played a tough schedule in the playoffs and could not defend their state title, losing to City College ...
- City College of San Francisco Teachers Could Strike Over Contract - KQED
City College of San Francisco faculty say they could strike if the college doesn't offer them a fair contract. The American Federation of Teachers Local 2121 announced Thursday that members had voted overwhelmingly to authorize a ...
- City College of San Francisco faculty vote to call strike - KGO-TV
Faculty Union President Tim Killikelly speaks about a possible strike at City College of San Francisco on Thursday, March 10, 2016. (). KGO. Thursday, March 10, 2016. SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --. Faculty members have said they'll walk off the job ...
- Skyline struggles against City College of San Francisco in late innings - Skyline View (subscription)
Skyline gave up four runs in loss at City College of San Francisco on Friday, Feb. 26. The Trojans held a three run lead into the eighth, but the Rams tied the game with a three run ...
- Are things looking up for City College of San Francisco? - SFGate (blog)
City College of San Francisco has gotten something of a reprieve these last few weeks. First, San Francisco Superior Court Judge Curtis Karnow tentatively ruled that ...
- Accreditor Fumbled in Acting Against City College of San Francisco, Court Says - Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
The ruling, in a lawsuit filed against the accreditor by the San Francisco city attorney's office rather than by the college itself, marks the latest twist in a long-running battle t ...
- Tentative Ruling Could Provide Relief for Embattled City College of San Francisco - KRON 4
The San Francisco City Attorney's office has sued to block the Commission's 2013 ruling pulling City College's accreditation. The college could close if students co ...
- Accrediting panel gives City College of San Francisco a 2-year reprieve - Los Angeles Times
San Francisco's only community college will remain accredited for at least two more years in a reprieve announced Wednesday to keep the institution's doors open for nearly 80,000 students. The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges ...CCSF wins reprieve: Shutdown averted with 2-year extensionSFGateCity College of ...
Safety has been a top concern at community colleges since the Virginia Tech tragedy, but awareness has been heightened from recent attacks. We’ll discuss what schools are doing to protect students, as well as recent community college attacks in Texas and Virginia.
Community college enrollment is in decline, but some schools are refusing to roll over. Read on to learn the factors impacting enrollment rates and what some schools are doing to stay afloat.
In a time of change, the LGBTQ community is receiving more support than ever and the world is changing with each passing year. As a young adult member of the LGBTQ community, you have unique opportunities to take advantage of when preparing to enter college if you choose to. Keep reading to learn what you can expect to see during your college search and how best to prepare for your freshman year.