San Francisco residents still have time to enroll at City College of San Francisco for the fall 2017 semester.
The City has agreed to spend almost $5.4 million annually for the next two years, and is expected to begin subsidizing tuition costs beginning this fall.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday gave final approval for $9 million in funding to make City College of San Francisco free for all residents.
A vote on City College of San Francisco's accreditation is expected this week, but it could be as long as a month before local officials learn the results
Two people were hospitalized with serious injuries after a head-on collision Wednesday afternoon.
City College of San Francisco officials announced a tentative agreement with faculty that averts a strike.
Scott Wiener held a narrower than expected lead over Jane Kim in the hotly contested State Senate primary Tuesday.
City College of San Francisco faculty members went on strike Wednesday morning for the first time in their union's history.
The union has been in talks with the college for more than a year and working without a contract for 10 months.
City College of San Francisco faculty members were arrested Friday while protesting, among other issues, the current direction of labor contract negotiations.
A pedestrian was struck by a San Francisco Fire Department ambulance near City College of San Francisco Tuesday morning.
City College of San Francisco administrators called on the faculty union to return to the bargaining table Friday after the union declared an impasse.
The union is planning a rally and picket line at the college's Ocean Campus Friday morning.
A regional commission Wedneday said it has voted to uphold a previous decision to revoke City College of San Francisco's accreditation.
The California Community Colleges Board of Governors voted Monday to extend the appointment of a special trustee to oversee the City College of San Francisco.
City College of San Francisco has appointed Susan Lamb as interim chancellor.
Legislators and education advocates called for curbs on the powers of college accreditors, who they accused of targeting City College while allowing violations by the Heald College to go unchecked.
A group of City College of San Francisco students occupied an administration building Wednesday afternoon and said they intended to stay until their demands are met or they are forced out, a student organizer said.
Around 7 p.m., student organizer…
Students and teachers at City College's Civic Center Campus rallied Thursday on the steps of San Francisco City Hall.
A CCSFS campus primarily serving ESL students in the city's Civic Center neighborhood was suddenly closed Friday.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge heard final arguments Tuesday regarding the termination of accreditation for City College of San Francisco.
Barbara Beno testified she and her husband never spoke about CCSF's accreditation.
The chancellor of California community colleges testified City College's accreditiation should not be terminated.
City College of San Francisco may receive an unexpected extension to meet accrediting standards and avert closure.
Students and faculty from City College will rally on the steps of City Hall Friday.
City College faces the battle of its life as accreditors challenge its role as higher education provider for San Francisco.
For the second straight year, a lack of enrollment threatens funding for troubled but beloved City College of San Francisco.
In response to accreditation and financial woes, City College will today consider shuttering its Castro and Presidio campuses.
Facing a major budget shortfall, City College may have to shutter satellite campuses around The City.