The narrative that gets recycled is that City College is facing financial hardship and needs to tighten its belt and live within its means. For so many, education is the key to a job with a livable wage, improved mental health and increased civic engagement. These are things worth paying for.
For far too long, City College has suffered from budget problems that have hampered its financial stability, threatened its accreditation and discouraged enrollment.
I’m proud to move forward a proposal to protect and establish Cantonese language programs at City College of San Francisco.
Enroll by Jan. 18 in journalism classes at City College of San Francisco.
t first-place winners. Two of the first-place winners, Emily Trinh and Chiara Di Martino, reside in the Sunset District.
Could you please announce our current in-person registration for non-credit classes at six CCSF locations throughout the City?
“The fellowship has allowed me, as a journalism student, to understand better the challenges and problems of my community in our country,” CCSF Journalism student Andy Damian-Correa said.
Founded in 1935, City College was established to offer an accessible and quality education to all San Franciscans. Among the roles it served was training students for middle-skill jobs which require more than a high-school diploma, but less than a college degree.
Community College of San Francisco (CCSF) is in serious danger of closing down, which would exacerbate the existing education achievement gap in San Francisco.
Taking place at the Fort Mason campus art gallery, students, faculty, and activists convened in an exhibition displaying student art in protest of the classes getting cut for the 2019-2020 academic year.