State lawmakers on Thursday passed a bill that would make California the first state to define when “yes means yes” while investigating sexual assaults on college campuses.
Students were surveyed on 130,00 students attending the 379 colleges ranked in the publication, which uses the results to rank schools on 62 different characteristics ranging from best college theater to most politically active students (surprise – Cal didn’t crack the top 20).
A judge ruled this morning that a lawsuit filed on behalf of beleaguered City College of San Francisco against a regional accrediting commission can continue despite the school’s accreditation no longer being in imminent danger of revocation.
The governor is ultimately looking to make the university system a more efficient one, keeping costs down while also getting students out in a timely fashion.
Things have gotten so bad for City College of San Francisco that it could be shut down next academic year. The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges is expected to issue a report outlining CCSF’s prospects for the future later this week.
The clock is ticking for students who have taken out subsidized federal loans for college as an interest rate reduction is set to expire.
Colleges and hospitals in San Francisco would be allowed to have food trucks on their campuses under legislation introduced the city’s Board of Supervisors meeting this week.
Six measures were decided by less than five percentage points, but nine of the 12 ballot measures in San Mateo County passed, according to unofficial results released Tuesday.
University of California schools are expecting a huge jump in summer school enrollment, thanks mainly to a fee hike coming in the fall.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ As California enters its ninth week without a budget, state higher education leaders said Friday the delay is creating financial problems and uncertainty for public colleges and universities.