San Francisco City College Trustee Looks To Save Cantonese-Language ClassesWith the Cantonese language program at City College of San Francisco facing elimination due to budget cuts, a City College Trustee on Wednesday announced a proposal to save the program -- which he said is essential for the city's historic Chinese community.
City College Of San Francisco Names New Permanent Chancellor After 18 Month SearchCity College of San Francisco officials said on Wednesday the college has selected a new permanent chancellor following a nationwide search that lasted more than a year.
COVID: San Francisco Shutting Down City College Mass Vaccination SiteWith demand for COVID-19 vaccinations waning, San Francisco health officials shut down their City College mass vaccination site on Saturday.
COVID Vaccines: San Francisco Moscone Center, City College Mass Vaccination Sites To CloseHealth officials in San Francisco said the mass COVID-19 vaccination sites at Moscone Center and City College will be closing in the upcoming weeks, following a successful rollout of the shots.
SF City College Students, Staff Call For Expand Recovery Funding To Prevent Upcoming LayoffsWith layoffs set to affect about 65 percent of City College of San Francisco faculty, dozens of students and staff joined a virtual rally on Monday to call for city legislation that could provide emergency funding needed to stop the cuts.
San Francisco Supervisor Joins Calls For Emergency Funding At City College Amid Looming LayoffsStudents enrolled in the English as a Second Language department at City College of San Francisco -- one of several departments facing massive cuts this fall -- is getting support from a San Francisco supervisor.
COVID Vaccines: Mass Vaccination Site Opens At City College Of San FranciscoOfficials in San Francisco announced Friday the opening of the city's first mass vaccination site at City College, as communities ramp up distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
City College Of San Francisco Names Long-Term Interim ChancellorCity College of San Francisco officials on Monday named Rajen Vurdien as the school's long-term interim chancellor.
Student, Faculty Coalition Demands City College of San Francisco Keep Fort Mason Art Campus OpenDozens of people, students and current and former faculty members of City College of San Francisco demanded the school reverse its decision and keep the Fort Mason campus open as well as hire more African American teachers.
Proposed Charter Amendments Address SFPD Staffing, Public Corruption, City College FundingSan Francisco supervisors introduced a slew of charter amendments during their regular Tuesday meeting, as Tuesday was the deadline for introducing measures for the November ballot.
City College Of San Francisco Chancellor Mark Rocha Resigns, Will Receive $340KCity College of San Francisco's chancellor is stepping down as of March 31, college officials announced Thursday.
UC Berkeley, San Jose State, SCU, SFSU Cancel In-Person Classes Over Coronavirus FearsSeveral Bay Area colleges are canceling in-person classes and preparing for online delivery over fears of the coronavirus, multiple school officials announced Monday.
Police Give All Clear At City College San Francisco Following ThreatPolice in San Francisco have given the all clear at the City College SF Ocean Avenue campus Thursday after a search of several buildings following a phoned in threat came up empty.
Mayor Announces Agreement to Extend Free Tuition at City College of San FranciscoMayor London Breed announced Thursday the city has reached an agreement to keep City College of San Francisco free through the next decade.
City College Of San Francisco Foundation Receives $2 Million Scholarship GiftStudents in registered nursing and culinary arts and hospitality studies will benefit from a $2 million scholarship gift to the City College of San Francisco Foundation from the Alexandra Page Clark Trust.