City College Times

Proposition 30 passed

Linh Nguyen

November 20, 2012

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With the passage of Proposition 30 on Nov. 8, approximately $700,000 will be funded into the San Jose Evergreen Community College District’s budget. “It is clear that Proposition 30 is aimed at restoring lost access...

News briefs

November 7, 2012

Accreditation report shows progress

Linh Nguyen

October 23, 2012

Filed under News

Transferable credits and financial aid, two things students care most about at San Jose City College, are on the line because of the accreditation status. The latest work in the effort to keep the school's accreditation is...

Associated Students ‘rolls over’ $46k in funds

Mark Sheppard

October 23, 2012

Filed under News

The Associated Students received an additional $46,000 for this year’s budget.  The augmented budget was voted in on Oct. 17. The AS’s annual budget is usually roughly $100,000.  Last year, the AS was under its full spending...

Active shooter simulation on SJCC and Evergreen campuses

Deyan Ivanovic

October 8, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

Explosions, screaming victims, smoke and gunfire punctuated the sunny but cool afternoon of Sept. 28, as the active shooter simulation at SJCC unfolded. Kim Aufhauser, special adviser for Emergency Management, California Community...

College planning council meeting highlights on Sept. 7

Larry Harris

October 4, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

Increased educational demand adds class sessions to San Jose City College. The college has 10,250 students enrolled in 950 classes this semester. This class number is a four percent increase from last semester, said Interm...

Academic Senate Meeting report in Sept. 18

Larry Harris

October 3, 2012

Filed under News

The accreditation report and accreditation work are on track. “I think we are in pretty good shape,” said San Jose City College President Barbara Kavalier. The committee chairs of the various accreditation task forces...

Newspaper classes thrive in face of cuts

Steve Hill

September 27, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

The City College Times will continue to be published for the fall semester. The classes that produce the campus newspaper were re- moved from the online Schedule of Classes Aug. 21 but were reinstated one week later by San...

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