Most California college students are concerned the coronavirus pandemic will prevent them from graduating.
Some Bay Area colleges and universities say they will open for classes and other business on Monday.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed a bill to extend a pilot program allowing the state’s community colleges to offer four-year bachelor’s degree programs in specific fields.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday afternoon appointed Ivy Lee to the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees to replace Rafael Mandelman.
Diablo Valley College has canceled all classes and college activities Thursday at their main Pleasant Hill campus after graffiti was found threatening gun violence on campus, according to the Contra Costa Community College District.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders praised The City for making community college tuition free.
Officials with the Las Positas College Foundation on Saturday received the largest gift for the college in the college’s history.
The City has agreed to spend almost $5.4 million annually for the next two years, and is expected to begin subsidizing tuition costs beginning this fall.
Supervisors allocated $9 million toward a tuition-free City College for San Francisco residents, but Mayor Lee wants the funds to help only those students “unable to pay.”
Three participants of the San Francisco-based Young Women’s Freedom Center will speak at a White House forum Tuesday.
An employee of Solano Community College was arrested after he allegedly shot himself accidentally with a gun he brought to the Vallejo campus.
The California Community College Board of Governors Monday approved plans to revamp the state’s two-year college accreditation commission.
City College students and faculty and members protested the appointment Guy Lease as special trustee.
A week of swirling news leaves California’s largest community college firmly in the spotlight.
Amid more protest and debate, CCSF trustees signed off on a report detailing changes made at the troubled school.
The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges handed City College a staggering verdict on Tuesday.
Facing a major budget shortfall, City College may have to shutter satellite campuses around The City.