Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Tales from N. Cal Community Colleges

can be read in this piece:

CCSF Would Still Help Students If Closed

If City College of San Francisco has to shut down next fall, its leaders would help students transfer to other colleges, store their transcripts in a safe place, and grant name-brand degrees and certificates to students who have completed 75 percent of their program.

That's according to a draft version of the "closure report" that City College is required to prepare in case it loses accreditation in June.


The East Bay's Peralta College District - with Berkeley City College, College of Alameda, Merritt College and Laney College - is "on warning" from the accrediting commission. And at the two-college San Jose/Evergreen District, one college is on warning, while the other is on probation.

Being "on warning" or on probation are just short of City College's dire "show cause" status, in which it must prove it should retain accreditation.

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