San Francisco City College
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.
The City College of San Francisco plans to lay off dozens of employees and reduce salaries as it fights to keep its accreditation and stay open.
City College of San Francisco trustees voted Thursday to close a small childcare facility in Bernal Heights and reduce hours at three others in a move to close a major budget gap and save the school’s accreditation.
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.
The City College of San Francisco will soon get a special trustee to oversee the troubled school’s finances as it seeks to keep its accreditation.
Dozens of San Francisco City College supporters gathered on the steps of City Hall Tuesday to urge passage of a parcel tax to ward off class closures.
The school’s board of trustees is looking at all of its options, including possibly closing campuses, cutting classes and staff layoffs.
The arrest of Binh Thai Luc for five murders in San Francisco’s Ingleside District has focused both local and nationwide attention on U.S. immigration and deportation policies
Mayor Lee said Binh Thai Luc, arrested on suspicion of killing five victims found inside a home near San Francisco City College, should not have been allowed to return to the Bay Area after Vietnam refused to allow him back.
The EPA’s head of water paid a visit to the EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park in the Bayview District and is seeing the potential for green jobs.