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City, SDCCD extends online classes

March 26, 2020

The San Diego City College District has decided to continue online classes throughout the rest of the spring semester and summer intersession in response to COVID-19, the district announced by email earlier today. San Diego City College will remain closed while all student resources like counseling, tutoring, and health services will be provided remotely for now.

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City College, SDCCD campuses to close due to COVID-19 concerns

March 13, 2020

Current COVID-19 safety precautions have caused the San Diego Community College District to close the week of March 16-20, campus administrators and the district chancellor, Constance Carroll, announced tonight.

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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.

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UPDATE: SDCCD announces plans to move to online classes in response to COVID-19

March 10, 2020

Constance Carroll, the chancellor of the San Diego Community College District, said the district’s three colleges and Continuing Education are planning to begin the conversion of on-site classes to online starting March 16.

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New year, new semester, new buildings at City College

January 28, 2019

School is back in session at San Diego City College and the rest of the San Diego Community College District schools today. Approximately 64,000 are expected at City College, San Diego Mesa College and Miramar College, according to a district news release.

Websites promote City College restrooms for sexual encounters

Collette Carroll

May 11, 2016

Three websites are promoting two men’s bathrooms at City College as hot spots for anonymous sexual encounters. An observation of one of those bathrooms last week indicated that at least one such encounter had occurred there in an hour-long period. Campus police said they are regularly patrolling the bathrooms at City College and Mesa College, which is also promoted o...

How basketball changed my life

Denise White

April 28, 2016

I was only 9 the first time I played basketball. I was a shy kid and my parents encouraged me to try something new. Back then, I wasn't that good but I knew for sure that I wanted to get better.After my first season of playing in a recreational league, my dad got me a basketball hoop for the driveway. He got a legit hoop that was cemented in the ground. Everyday I practiced. Dr...

San Diego Community College District campuses win 2016 Military Friendly award

Rutger Rosenborg

November 24, 2015

All of the San Diego Community College District’s campuses were recognized as 2016 Military Friendly Schools by Victory Media, a veteran-owned business that surveys the most military friendly employers and schools in the nation. San Diego City College, San Diego Mesa College, San Diego Miramar College and San Diego Continuing Education were all awarded the distinction on...

Concurrent enrollment bill signed into law

Lauren J. Mapp

October 27, 2015

Trustee Bernie Rhinerson announced that Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 288 for Concurrent Enrollment during the San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees meeting at San Diego Mesa College on Oct. 8. “Today, governor Brown signed AB 288, which is a long overdue revision to the concurrent enrollment law,” Rhinerson said during the meeting. “...

Pro: cancelling classes is nothing personal, it’s just business

Denise White

October 27, 2015

As the new school semester began, students looked forward to getting the classes they needed to transfer to a four-year university. Unfortunately, it appeared that many major and general education classes had to be cancelled this semester, which a lot of students weren’t too pleased about. How are students supposed to get their degrees and move on to a university when comm...

Recent crimes cause campus safety concern

Justine Schulz

October 15, 2015

The lack of officers on campus has raised concerns from the Math Department faculty due to the recent crimes on campus. “I feel like they’re understaffed,” Carolyn Thomas of the Mathematics Department said. “I think there’s only so much the 34 officers can do. We have a huge district: Miramar, Mesa, here, Continuing Education. They’re on different sh...

Study Hours: No longer fast or furious

Mike Madriaga

October 14, 2015

Back in the 1990s, when I was pursuing my business management degree, I had already opened my second business. It was a time where I would attend Mesa College, sit in class, and my cell would blow up from incoming phone orders via my old website, www.TeamPrototype.com (circa 1999-2005). I owned a mail-order company and was selling car-parts that I would manufacture. At the time, fibergl...

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