A resolution introduced by San Francisco Supervisor Eric Mar that urges City College trustees to use new tax revenue to restore cuts from the school’s budget has passed.
With City College of San Francisco facing reduced enrollment as it struggles to maintain its accreditation status, a state assemblyman has proposed legislation that could help stabilize the school’s funding.
City College of San Francisco students, staff and administration remain at an impasse after a meeting Monday in which students demanded more input in the school’s changes as it fights to keep its accreditation.
A group of about 30 students spent the night at the City College of San Francisco administration building until a demand for more communication with school administrators was met this morning as the school struggles to stay accredited.
A number of City College of San Francisco students were holding a rally Thursday to call on school administrators to include more student input in their ongoing fight to stay accredited.
City College of San Francisco leaders need more time to come up with solutions to the school’s financial and management problems, and plan to ask for an extension on a deadline set by an accrediting commission, a school spokesman said Wednesday.
Administrators at San Francisco’s City College have completed an action plan they hope will convince a western states accreditation team that the school should stay in business.
Eight of ten candidates four four open seats participated in a forum Friday.
The review found many flaws in what City College of San Francisco is doing as it struggles to remain accredited.
KCBS, CBS 5 and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier said the move by City College of San Francisco to bring in a special trustee to oversee finances is just the first step in an effort to remain open.