Campaign to keep City College open

Chinese for Affirmative Action has launched this campaign “Move City College Forward” to give voice to those who believe all elected officials should be held accountable for making sure City College remains open for all 85,000 of its students…

California STAR test results are down

California statewide standardized test scores made public show a slight dip for the first time in nine years…

Community College students can still apply for financial aid

Community College students can still apply for financial aids…

CCSF Chinatown campus’s officials said their school is still accredited

CCSF Chinatown campus’s officials said their school is still accredited

Students talk to ETS the first time about AP retake

Mills High school talks to representatives from the College Board and Educational Testing Service (ETS) tonight for the first time about AP retake…

CCSF sees fall in enrollment by 14%

City College of San Francisco officials were reminding students Thursday to register for classes this fall…

SMUHSD takes legal action to have Mills students’ AP test scores released

The San Mateo Union High School District votes unanimously at today’s emergency closed door meeting to proceed with litigation…

Mills high school student AP scores invalidated

Over 200 students from Mills High School received notifications that their AP test scores were invalidated because of seating irregularities…

International students contribute $21.8 billion to U.S. economy

764,495 international students studying across the United States supported nearly 300,000 jobs and contributed $21.8billion to the U.S. economy in the 2011-2012 academic year…

Homeland Security Secretary to become next UC president

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano has been nominated for appointment as president of the University of California…