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City student, faculty among plaintiffs suing SDCCD over COVID-19 requirements

Lawsuit alleges SDCCD’s requirements violate civil rights and amount to religious discrimination
Jakob McWhinney, Managing Editor April 15, 2022
A San Diego City College faculty member and an alum are among a group of employees and students suing three Southern California community college districts alleging the district's COVID-19 vaccine, testing and masking requirements violated their civil rights.
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Two outstretched hands hold what appears to be hundred dollar bills formed into a ball

Deadline tonight to apply for $1,200 grant

An email sent to City, Mesa and Miramar students offers the possibility of aid money for those who have not yet received a grant for spring semester
Kathy Archibald, Multimedia Journalist March 22, 2022
An email sent to some students of City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges on March 16 from the district stated that the colleges are offering students emergency relief grants.
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City College gerontology student Esperanza Torres-Gies, standing outside M building, describes her experience using the COVID-19 testing location on campus. Photo by Kathy Archibald/City Times Media

City students weigh in on delays, hurdles while on-campus COVID-19 testing site reports no positive cases

Challenges and grace, as students make their way through City’s COVID-19 testing location, which is closed for Thanksgiving week
Kathy Archibald, Multimedia Journalist November 23, 2021
Students find challenges, understanding and grace utilizing the City College COVID-19 testing locations available Wednesdays and Thursdays, which will close for Thanksgiving week.
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The door of City Colleges Extended Opportunity Programs and Services.

Email from City College officials mistakenly disclosed sensitive information of nearly a thousand students

The City College office of a state-funded program meant to support disadvantaged students inadvertently emailed a spreadsheet detailing sensitive information from 871 City students
Jakob McWhinney, Multimedia Journalist November 4, 2021
City College’s Extended Opportunity Programs & Services office sent an email on Oct. 26 about transfer opportunities that mistakenly contained a spreadsheet with sensitive student information.
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Con: ‘Holy Grail’ number of students for classes must die

Celia Jimenez October 27, 2015

The administration took draconian measures starting this fall to keep high-enrollment classes while discarding the ones that don’t fulfill the minimum criteria. It asks for a ridiculous cap of 35 students...

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San Diego City College secures $200,000 to boost regional job training

Darian Spencer April 7, 2015

San Diego City College has secured $200,000 in grants to supply students with two programs that will promote workforce readiness in high-demand job areas, according to a March 27 press release issued by...

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Athletic department faces probation for violating eligibility requirements

Amber Henry August 26, 2014

City's Athletic Department along with the volleyball program will be placed on one-year probation and required to forfeit games, due to findings that three student athletes were in violation of their...

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Guests attended a private screening for the opening of the planetarium in the Science building on Feb. 19.Photo credit: Michelle Moran

New Science Building reaches to the sky

Kaily Sanders February 22, 2014

The new Science Building on campus provides students with first-class, state-of-the-art equipment and rivals any such facility in the country. Imagine taking a seat under a large dome and taking a short...

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