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SDCCD declares COVID-19 emergency, grants chancellor authority

SDCCD declares COVID-19 emergency, grants chancellor authority

March 13, 2020

The San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to declare an emergency due to COVID-19 and authorized Chancellor Constance Carroll to take action even between board meetings, enabling her to stay on top of this rapidly evolving situation.

SDCCD Board of Trustees holds its primary election

SDCCD Board of Trustees holds its primary election

March 2, 2020

Two current board members are up for re-election: Bernie Rhinerson and Mary Graham. They are running against Alex Loupe and Mike Palomba. The SDCCD Board of Trustees is responsible for the management and oversight of the entire district.

Students plea for support RTVF classes

Students plea for support RTVF classes

April 28, 2016

After a dramatic plea by City College’s students and faculty to district trustees, Chancellor Constance Carroll outlined ways the administration pl...

What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

Phoenix Webb

December 15, 2015

Performing Arts and Radio, Television and Film are two programs scheduled to move into the newly remodeled C building at San Diego City College on Jan....

College district wins award at summit for energy conservation efforts

Rebeca Reyes

December 8, 2015

The San Diego Community College District was honored with the Green Community College Leadership Award at the Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit on Oct. 29 according to a news release from the college district.This award acknowledges achievements in a variety of fields from green building, energy efficiency to curriculum. “The San Diego Community ...

A new vision for City College

A new vision for City College

August 26, 2014

New City College President Anthony Beebe held his first convocation for faculty, staff and administrators Aug. 14 at the Saville Theatre. The convocation...

Parking fees may increase

Antonio Marquez

March 28, 2014

Parking fees may increase for students beginning in the fall semester. According to ASG President Carolina Moreno, a proposition was brought up at the end of the last semester, but ASG rejected the idea because there was not enough time to notify students about the increase “The reason why I am bringing this up now, is because I wouldn’t doubt the possibility of...

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