City College of San Francisco officials have submitted a plan that lays out what they will do to save the financially troubled school from losing its accreditation.
The report outlines cost-cutting measures, such as a $1.5 million reduction in non-instructional faculty costs and the closure of three sites.
In July, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges issued a report stating that the school must resolve fiscal and leadership issues or risk losing accreditation, which is required to receive public funding.
Read the whole report here [PDF].
Candidates for the college’s Board of Trustees spoke at a debate Friday in which they discussed the challenges the school faces. You can read more about the debate and watch a video of it here.
CCSF officials will have to submit another report by March 15 showing the steps they have taken to implement the changes outlined in this week’s report.
The Bay City News Service contributed to this report.