City College of San Francisco

5:02pm

Wed September 25, 2013

12:08pm

Thu July 4, 2013
Education

City College of San Francisco will lose accreditation in July 2014, pending review

On Wednesday, the state chancellor’s office announced that the City College of San Francisco will lose its accreditation effective July 2014, pending a review and appeal.

 

The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges voted to revoke CCSF’s accreditation, meaning the college will no longer be “quality assured” or eligible for federal and state funding. Without the funding, the college will probably shut down.

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10:07pm

Mon June 17, 2013
Education

A reporter's perspective on City College, from the Chronicle's Nanette Asimov

The story at City College of San Francisco has had a lot of twists and turns since last year, and the San Francisco Chronicle’s higher education reporter, Nanette Asimov, has been one of the public’s main sources for information on it. She sat down with KALW’s Ben Trefny to talk about how the school got to where it is today, and where it’s going next.

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1:54pm

Fri March 15, 2013
Education

City College of San Francisco stands to lose accreditation

Mary Willis

A decision is due today on the issue of whether City College of San Francisco will lose its accreditation. City College of San Francisco students, teachers, and staff launched a rally outside City Hall on Thursday to express their growing concerns with the college's administration and possible shutdown.

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5:24pm

Thu November 29, 2012
Education

Queer studies department at CCSF braces for cutbacks

Under CC license from Flickr user Sam T

The department of LGBTQ studies at City College of San Francisco, the first queer studies department in the U.S., founded in 1978, is facing consolidation. Professor Ardel Thomas heads the Department. KALW’s Hana Baba asked her what would happen if consolidation is carried out.

Click the audio player above to listen to the interview.

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