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(Wednesday, 3/22) Students hold #OurCityCollege Teach-In

The CCSF Solidarity Committee is a dedicated group of student activists and allies, with a broad mission and vision statement for social justice at CCSF and city-wide (tinyurl.com/CCSFsolidarity)​. AFT 2121 has endorsed their Our City College Campaign, to reclaim and rebuild

Posted in Events, iamcitycollege, Solidarity, Speak up

Petition in support of Students and Programs in MUB

We have achieved so much at CCSF by working together, staying engaged, and raising our voices collectively. After years of fighting back against the ACCJC, we have our accreditation affirmed for 7 years. And we’ve just created the most progressive

Posted in iamcitycollege, Speak up

Fort Mason: Room for negotiations

On Monday we went to the public meeting with Chancellor Lamb at the Fort Mason Campus regarding the proposed closure of our art program at that location. Testimony from Older Adult and Art students was passionate, often praising the high quality of their experience

Posted in iamcitycollege, News

Administration’s policy of cutting full-time faculty positions undermines enrollment

The number of faculty has fallen dramatically at City College, down from 1,740 in 2011, to 1,462 in Fall 2016. The number of full-time faculty is down by 229, from 823 to 594 during the same time period. However, in

Posted in iamcitycollege, News

(Thursday, 3/9) Give public comment to our BOT: It’s time to GROW our CCSF!

Thursday, March 9 from 4-7pm Ocean Campus in MUB 140. Join us in giving public comment to the CCSF Board of Trustees Tell them it’s time to stop class cuts at our City College: It’s time to grow! RSVP and

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(Reportback) NACIQI/ACCJC

CFT and our allies traveled to Washington DC last week to make oral comments against the ACCJC at the NACIQI meeting remaining an accreditor. There were representatives from members of Congress, CCSF students, along with CCSF faculty and other faculty

Posted in Accreditation, iamcitycollege, News

(Reportback) Administrative takeover of MUB under reconsideration

Powerful testimonies from dozens of students and faculty at last week’s BOT meeting have put the brakes on plans to move administrative offices into Child Development and Health Education instructional spaces. Students gave impassioned evidence of how their program clustering

Posted in iamcitycollege, News, Speak up

AFT 2121 Calendar

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City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees: Make City College FREE for ALL San Franciscans!

Please sign and share. Tell our CCSF Trustees not to ration education by excluding students from the Free City College program based on academic..

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Timeline Photos

Hey AFT 2121 faculty come and join us today from 4-6pm at the Ocean Ale House for a happy hour with your co-workers. First round’s on us!

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City College may tie free tuition to grades

The Free City Initiative was built to be inclusive and to communicate to all SF students that our college is their college, especially at moments..

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New York’s Free-Tuition Program Will Help Traditional, but Not Typical, Students

“To qualify, students must attend school full time and be on track to graduate within two or four years, depending on the degree they are seeking…

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