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Corrections: Nov 17, 2015

Times Staff

December 8, 2015

Filed under Briefs

The City College Times regrets these errors. We strive to continue to inform you with the facts. Addressing factual issues from Nov. 17: In an article about the Umoja program on page 3, a university was incorrectly identified....

Academic Renewal can eliminate poor grades from transcript

Larry Harris

December 8, 2015

Filed under Briefs, News

Students can overcome early struggles Academic Senate The Academic Senate met Nov. 17 and reviewed Board Policy 4240 as an information item dealing with Academic Renewal. BP 4240 reads, “Previously recorded substandar...

New chancellor chosen

New chancellor chosen

December 8, 2015

Options widen at SJCC

Options widen at SJCC

October 13, 2015

Community meets president

Larry Harris

October 13, 2015

Filed under Briefs, News

The SJCC College President Byron D. Breland invited the college community to his office for “Popcorn with the President.” Attendees had the opportunity to speak up about any issues that concerned their academic achievem...

EOP&S OFFERS A HELPING HAND

EOP&S OFFERS A HELPING HAND

September 22, 2015

Clubs serious business

September 1, 2015

Filed under News

Student organizations bring life to SJCC BY JAMES HARTLEY TIMES STAFF SJCC offers more than class and long lectures. Community and social advancement are promoted around campus through student clubs, societies and governments...

Welcome New Students

September 1, 2015

Filed under Briefs, News

BY MICHELLE EKWALL TIMES STAFF When you are new on campus, it may be nice to receive some helpful hints or friendly advice to make your life here a bit easier. After almost 18 years of no school before coming to colleg...

Jesse Jagson wants you

September 1, 2015

Filed under News

New journalism class seeks students BY BRENNON DIXSON TIMES STAFF Hello! The City College Times, the student-run newspaper at San Jose City College, is looking for students to join next semester. There are many perks...

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