VOLUME XIV • ISSUE TWENTY-TWO
FOR THE CITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY
JANUARY 29–FEBRUARY 4, 2001
February is Black History Month
City College campuses plan diverse activities to celebrate
John Adams Campus Bay Area Authors & Artists of Color to be mance piece. The African American
held Monday, February 26, 3-7 P.M. in Studies Department will be showcasing a
All of the following event s will be held in
the Pierre Costé Dinning Room. It will variety of its classes and inviting visitors
Room 202 of the John Adams Campus at
consist of panel discussion about their to sit-in and observe.
1860 Hayes St.
works. Books will be available for sale. Black History Month events at other
• Thomas Robert Simpson, founder of
There will be other programs related to campuses will appear in future issues of
the AfroSolo Theater Co., will perform
this theme, ﬁlms and possibly a perfor- City Currents.
There is No Hatred Here Tuesday,
February 6, 12:15 P.M.
• Raymond Holbert, Art Department
Dallas Black Dance Theatre performs
Instructor, will give a lecture titled The
Image of the African, Colored, Mulatto,
free February 7 in Diego Rivera Theatre
Darkie, Negro, Black and the African Pictured at left are
American in Western Art Wednesday, members of the Dallas
February 14, 2 P.M. Black Dance Theatre
who will perform at
• Craig Easley, who works in the John
City College of San
Adams Computer Lab and has published
three poetry books as well as performing
Wednesday, February 7
regularly on radio station KFOG (104.5 in the Diego Rivera
FM), will give a poetry reading Theatre. The free
Wednesday, February 21 at 12:15 P.M. performance begins at
• Sarita Cannon will give an Opera 11:30 A.M. and contin-
Recital Wednesday, February 28 at 12:15 ues through 1 P.M. It is
P.M., and discuss her education from sponsored by the
Harvard University and UC Berkeley. Associated Students,
the African American
Ocean Avenue Campus Changing Times
• The African American Studies Student Club, Concert &
Department has arranged for a presenta- Lecture Series, and the
tion on Funk, Hip-Hop and the Politics of CCSF Departments of
Popular Culture by Rickey Vincent, facul- African American
Studies and Music. For
ty member, S.F. State University, and
23 years, Dallas Black
author of Funk: The Music, The People,
Dance Theatre has pro-
and the Rhythm and of the One. It will be
Thursday, February 15, 2-4 P.M. in Room Photo by Linda Blase
modern dance at its
204 of the Science Building (S-204). highest level of artistic
• The staff of the Louise and Claude excellence.
Rosenberg, Jr., Library and Learning
Resource Center is planning a tribute to
OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR
City Currents is published weekly during the
Chancellor outlines College’s
Fall and Spring semesters by the Marketing
and Public Information Ofﬁce of
City College of San Francisco.
response to power outages
It is distributed free to all faculty, By Dr. Philip R. Day, Jr., at the Ocean Avenue Campus, I recom-
classiﬁed and administrators through
the regular campus mail system.
Chancellor mend that each Campus Dean be respon-
As most of you are aware, PG&E has sible for creating notices to be posted
implemented rolling brownouts across inside and outside the elevators regarding
Advisory Board to City Currents
the state. As a result, the District has the PG&E outages. It should be recom-
Attila Gabor • Joe Jah • Lorraine Leber
already experienced some power outages mended that those who are able to use
Martha Lucey • Aimé Patton
Francine Podenski • Bruce Smith and a warning has been issued that more the stairs do so, even though the College
may occur over the course of the next few is prepared to rescue anyone who is
MARKETING AND PUBLIC days. These outages seem to last between trapped in an elevator at any time, day or
INFORMATION OFFICE night.
60 and 90 minutes.
Martha Lucey I am also strongly recommending that
I know many of you are receiving calls
Director of Marketing & Public Information time be taken to back-up computers
Executive Editor of City Currents from students regarding the status of
their classes given a brownout in your and check that surge protectors are
Stephen Kech operational.
Editor of City Currents area. Because of the temporary nature of
Public Relations Ofﬁcer these outages, some clear-headed judge- Following is a list of campuses and their
Pat Moore ment calls will be required. While it is block number assignments.
Public Information Ofﬁcer important not to jeopardize the health Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons,
Estelle M. Bridges and safety of our students, staff, or facul- warnings will not be issued in advance of
Senior Clerk Typist ty in any way, it is also important to keep speciﬁc block outages. However, the out-
Martin Kazinski in mind that this is the ﬁrst week of ages are being delivered sequentially, so it
Graphic Artist school. To date, these brownouts have may be helpful to note, through news
Monica Davey not exceeded 90 minutes, which would broadcasts, the most recent block outage
Photographer indicate that one or two classes may have in order to better prepare for any possible
City Currents welcomes submissions to be cancelled, but that the remainder of shutdowns on your end.
from all members of the City College the course schedule thereafter should stay PG&E has stated that there are a total of
of San Francisco Community. intact. If a brownout should exceed 90 14 block assignments. Therefore, it is
Please note that the deadline is 10 AM minutes, Campus Deans will work with unlikely that the brownouts will roll
Monday one week prior to the issue date. Public Safety personnel to determine a beyond block 14. You will note, however,
To contact City Currents subsequent course of action.
HOWEVER, I want to make a clear dis- Continued on Page 3
Voice: (415) 239-3817
Fax: (415) 452-5150 tinction between the leniency of these
calls during the day — when natural light TABLE OF CONTENTS
Phelan Campus mail: Box S194 may make it possible for class to continue
Email: email@example.com — and at night, when total darkness
poses additional health and safety issues Ofﬁce of the Chancellor. . . . . . . . . 2–3
and concerns. If a rolling brownout Joan McClain Retirement Dinner
occurs after dark, please dismiss any and Reservation Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
all classes in session for the duration of
the power outage. However, regular staff Master Calendar ................. 8
and faculty members assigned to the Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Dr. Natalie Berg, PRESIDENT
evening schedule should be available to
continue with their regularly scheduled Recognition of Achievement .... 3–4
Rodel E. Rodis, VICE PRESIDENT
Robert E. Burton • Dr. Anita Grier programs once the power is returned to Vice Chancellor
Milton Marks III • Julio J. Ramos the buildings in question.
Academic Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Toni Hines, STUDENT TRUSTEE Although all of the elevators in the Want Ads ........................ 5
Dr. Philip R. Day, Jr., CHANCELLOR District are equipped with telephones
linked directly to the Police Department
CITY CURRENTS 2 January 29–February 4, 2001
OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR
Chancellor Day outlines response to PG&E power outages
Continued from Page 2
that several of the campuses are rated at Evans 50 Thank you in advance for your attention
block numbers higher than 14. This is John Adams 50 to this important issue. If you have any
because the power grids for these blocks Mission 50 questions, concerns, or suggestions,
are tied to some of the city’s most vital please contact your Campus Dean
institutions, e.g. area hospitals, BART, directly.
and the Sewer Plant, which will remain Airport 50
fully powered unless the crises worsens
beyond current expectations.
As of this morning, block 5 continues to
experience some power failures, although
City Currents begins online update
City Currents is now available on the In addition to regular issues of City
Southeast Campus is currently fully Public Information Ofﬁce pages on the Currents, there is City Currents Online
operational. City College website at www.ccsf.org. Extra which will highlight breaking
Chinatown/North Beach 3 Click on “About the College” under the news that cannot be included in the
Southeast 5 General Information category. Then regular edition due to early deadlines.
Gough Street 8 press the button marked “City Currents Chancellor Philip R. Day, Jr.,’s memo
Online Extra.” From that menu you can concerning CCSF and PG&E was pub-
choose which edition of City Currents lished as the ﬁrst edition of City Currents
Ocean Avenue 9 you would like to view. Online Extra on January 19, 2001.
RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT
Martin, Sargent, Gabriner Members of the CCSF
Afﬁrmative Action and
explain Rivera Mural Project Human Resources ofﬁces
Tina Martin, Project Director for the participating in the Fifth
Fund for Instructional Improvement Annual Career Fair for
grant based on the Diego Rivera Mural Persons with Disabilities
held in San Francisco are
Education Project, attended the FII and
pictured (left to right):
FSS Project Administrators/Directors all- Malvia Bailey, Marva
day meeting in Sacramento on January Wu, Linda Jackson and
17 with representatives from community Alex Alexander.
colleges all over California. The Diego
Rivera Mural Education Project enhances
instruction through use of the Mural of
Pan American Unity, located on the CCSF Afﬁrmative Action & Human Resources ofﬁces
Ocean Avenue Campus, to make students
aware of connections between history, participate in Career Fair for Persons with Disabilities
art, political science, language skills, On October 24, 2000, the District Ofﬁce The career Fair is held annually, and is
women’s studies, and other disciplines. of the Afﬁrmative Action sponsored dis- sponsored by the San Francisco Mayor’s
Also representing CCSF was Susan trict participation in the Fifth Annual Committee for Employment of Persons
Sargent, an educational consultant, who Career Fair for Persons with Disabilities with Disabilities and provides an oppor-
is working with Dr. Robert Gabriner, held in San Francisco. Malvia Bailey and tunity to meet with qualiﬁed applicants
Director of Research, Planning and Marva Wu of the District Human from the Bay Area.
Grants, on the implementation of the Resources staff attended with Linda
Center for Student Success designed to Jackson and Alex Alexander from the
identify and disseminate exemplary prac- District Ofﬁce of Afﬁrmative Action.
tices occurring throughout the California
CITY CURRENTS 3 January 29–February 4, 2001
RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT
Photo by Michael Mustacchi & Associates
The class of “2001: Understanding Changing Times“presented by the Older Adults Department at the Downtown Campus was captured by
Michael Mustacchi, photographer for the SF Fire Dept., after he had completed a presentation to the class on December 4, 2000 about Fires in
San Francisco. Pictured standing are Dr. Armand Magid, instructor (left) and Steven Glick, Dean of Downtown Campus (right).
Fitzgerald earns Award of AmeriCorps members active during holidays
Excellence; organizing art road ahead of them in the healing process
By Carla Stoner
tour of France this summer AmeriCorps Program Coordinator but with the help of caring individuals
Carole Fitzgerald, DSP&S Department Over the holidays, students in the CCSF such as our AmeriCorps members, they
member, has received an Award for AmeriCorps Program opened their were able to smile on Christmas Eve as
Excellence for her painting in the hearts to those less fortunate and partici- they opened gifts from their “wish lists.”
International Juried exhibition Bold pated in service projects that would On Monday, January 15, AmeriCorps
Expressions in October in Carmichael, beneﬁt their communities. members participated in the annual
Calif. march in downtown San Francisco hon-
On December 9, 2000, AmeriCorps
Fitzgerald also is organizing a week of art members assisted with the EOPS/CARES oring Martin Luther King. City College
and culture in the South of France village holiday gathering on campus. Thank you of San Francisco AmeriCorps members
of Soreze for July 29 to August 5, 2001. to the EOPS Program for including joined other San Francisco AmeriCorps
The vacation includes a local history AmeriCorps this year! We would espe- members to collectively represent the
walk, visits to nearby caves, hiking, bik- cially like to thank Portia LaBrie and program. These individuals made the day
ing, swimming in lakes, French cooking Zarina Lodhi who assisted with the col- a “Day On, Not a Day Off ” to help keep
lessons and lessons in watercolor. laboration between AmeriCorps and Martin Luther King’s dream alive.
Participants will stay in a 400-year-old EOPS. Due to your dedication and tire- The CCSF AmeriCorps Program recruits
villa, enjoying candlelight dinners pre- less efforts, the event was a huge success! students who are interested in gaining
pared by the local chef, and the availabili- experience working with children in
ty of the painting studio. The vacation is On December 16, 2000, AmeriCorps
members took time on a Saturday morn- preschools and elementary schools. A
open to 12 painters or fewer painters and Foster Youth Mentoring program is also
their travel companions. For further ing to assist with a “holiday prep” activity
for emotionally disturbed children who starting this semester. Students earn col-
information, Fitzgerald can be reached at lege units and an educational award
(510) 528-3236. reside at Edgewood, a program for kids
who have been abused, neglected, and/or ranging from $1182 to $2363. We appre-
abandoned by their families. AmeriCorps ciate faculty support and encourage
members helped to collect, organize, and instructors to remind their students of
wrap donated gifts for these children who our program. We relocated over the
were in desperate need of some “holiday semester break and are now located in
cheer.” These children may have a long Batmale Hall, Room 234A. For further
information, please telephone 239-3998.
CITY CURRENTS 4 January 29–February 4, 2001
VICE CHANCELLOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Electronic Reference Services Starts at the Library 7th annual CCSF Italian
Rita Jones, Dean of Library and Learning web resources.” To access ERef you need Film Festival schedule set
Resources, announces that the libraries of an internet connection. The web address CCSF’s seventh Italian Film Festival will
City College of San Francisco have inau- is: http://www.ccsf.org/Library. Look for feature four movies — all never shown
gurated an Online Reference Service. the ASK A QUESTION icon and select it. before at the Festival. Each ﬁlm has
James Lim, the Coordinator of Reference It’s open 24 hours a day, seven days a English subtitles. All screenings are free
Services, is leading this effort. week except for holidays. “We will try to and will begin at 1 P.M. in Room 305 of
Called eRef, it is an electronic reference respond within 48 hours or at least let the Louise and Claude Rosenberg, Jr.,
service done through e-mail, for stu- you know the status of your question— Library and Learning Resource Center on
dents, staff, faculty and registered com- holidays and breaks will extend the the Ocean Avenue Campus.
munity users. When you are at home or response time. ERef is also closed La Balia (The Wet Nurse), Tuesday,
away from campus or not in a CCSF between semesters. If you need a quick February 20 — In this adaptation of a
library you can send a short, factual answer, it’s always best to call the library Luigi Pirandello short story, director
questions such as: What is the population (452-5541) during its open hours,” says BoMarco Bellocchio explores the emo-
of Uganda? Who won the World Series in Lim, adding, “You will need to enter your tional entanglements and pressures that
1955? Does the library offer any periodi- bar code number so if you don’t already build when a well-to-do professor and his
cal databases? Can I access the CCSF have one, be sure to visit any CCSF wife recruit an illiterate young woman to
course catalog from home? “We don’t do library to get a library card or have a bar be a wet nurse to their ﬁrstborn child.
in-depth research, answer medical or code attached to your current ID. Stars Fabrizio Bentivolio, Valeria Bruni
legal questions, or prepare bibliogra- Community users may obtain a library Tedeschi. Other ﬁlms in the series will
phies,” says Lim. “However, we may pro- card by showing proof of San Francisco be: Marianna Ucria, March 20; La Prima
vide you with ideas on how to proceed residency.” If you have any questions Volta (The First Time), April 24; La
with your research or suggest print and about the eRef service, telephone (415) Parola Amore Esiste (Notes of Love), May
452-5541. 8. Watch City Currents for details or con-
tact Claudio Conchin at (415) 239-3221.
Encourage students to apply for Asian Coalition scholarships
Asian Coalition of City College of San The purpose of the scholarships is to WA N T A D S
Francisco will award $300 scholarships to acknowledge the struggles and sacriﬁces
FREE FAX MACHINE — One used fax machine to
eight deserving students of Asian and Asian students encounter in pursuing give away. Good condition. The fax machine uses
Asian Paciﬁc Islander ancestry. Students their educational goals and to provide thermol paper. Call Terry at 415-239-3363.
must be enrolled in either credit or non- encouragement for their endeavors. SUMMER WEEK FOR RENT — June 17–24
credit courses at any campus of CCSF. Selection criteria include ﬁnancial need, Marriott's Harbour Club, Harbour Town, Hilton
Head Island, SC. 2BR, 2BA fully-equipped villa with
Five of the six scholarships offered honor academic progress, classroom participa- oversized whirlpool tub. Up to 8 people.
the memory of John Yeehall Chin who tion, school/community service, poten- Transportation to the beach, unlimited bike trails, and
served as one of the members of the ﬁrst tial leadership skills, and evaluations golf options. $1,000. Leslie Morales, 415-561-1863 or
(from teachers or counselors). e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
board of trustees in the San Francisco
NORTH LONDON RENTAL — 1BR ﬂat . Close to
Community College District. The sixth Applications are available through the shops, bus lines and Finchley Central tube station.
scholarship honors the memory of Victor Scholarship Ofﬁce at the Ocean Avenue Easy access to motorways. Gas ﬁreplace, central heat,
Chow, a former faculty member of the campus and the counseling ofﬁce at each bath/shower, TV/video, washer/dryer. Weekly house-
keeping included. $650 per week. Dorene Cotter 415-
Biology Department at CCSF and co- campus. Completed applications, includ- 864-4398 or email@example.com.
founder of Asian Coalition. Two other ing the teacher evaluation, must be 1988 VOLVO DL FOR SALE — Great mechanical
donated memorial scholarships are avail- returned to Debra Liu, Scholarship and body condition. 4-door, silver sedan. 148,000
able. Mrs. Emily Chin, an ESL Instructor Committee Cochairperson, c/o miles. Properly maintained. Service records available.
in the Chinatown/North Beach Campus Chinatown North Beach Campus, and New tires and battery. One owner only. 415-587-0259
donated a scholarship in memory of her received by Wednesday, March 14. UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE — Beautiful, upright
piano for sale. $1,000 or best offer. Call 282-1286.”
late husband, Franklin N.W. Chin. The The awards will be presented at the Asian 1995 SATURN FOR SALE — SC2; 2-door; gold color;
other donated memorial scholarship Coalition Dinner that will be held in late 5-speed manual; low mileage, 30K; exc. Condition,
honors the late Mary Lin, a retired Spring. dings on fender; below blue book, $6500. Call 415-
teacher in the San Francisco Uniﬁed 550-4330, ext. 2.
School District who volunteered 60 years For further information, please telephone GIFT SHOPPING SERVICE — Do you have trouble
of service in the former Children’s Mabel Lee Michelucci at (415) 239-3280. shopping for gifts? Need a gift for someone who has
everything? Let Brandy’s Gift Service help you. Call
Hospital in San Francisco. Brandy at 239-3157.
CITY CURRENTS 5 January 29–February 4, 2001
Please join us for a fabulous evening with
honoring her 13-year career with City College of San Francisco
United Irish Cultural Center
2700 45th Avenue
Friday, March 2, 2001
No Host Cocktails at 6:00 P.M. Dinner at 7:00 p.m.
RSVP to Rita Grove (E-107) or Steve Kech (S-194)
no later than February 16, 2001
Please cut out along this line and return this reservation form together with your check
✄ Joan McClain’s Retirement Dinner
(spouses & friends welcome)
Name: ____________________________________ Phone: ________________________
Please reserve ________________________ place(s) at $40 per person (includes dinner, wine and gift)
Chicken Tarragon __________ Prime Rib __________ Vegetarian ________
I cannot attend the dinner, but I would like to contribute $ ______________ for Joan’s retirement gift
Total enclosed $ __________
Please make checks payable to: CCSF — Joan McClain Retirement
CITY CURRENTS 6 January 29–February 4, 2001
MENUS — WEEK OF JANUARY 29–FEBRUARY 2, 2001
BREAKFAST – TASTE BUDS — 7:30–9:50 A.M.
Eggs • Breakfast Meats • Pancakes • Wafﬂes • French Toast • Cereals • Pastries • Juices • Coffee • Tea
LUNCH — PIERRE COSTÉ ROOM (PCR) — 11:15 A.M.–12:30 P.M.
Monday, January 29
Luncheon Plate Du Jour: Fried Chicken • Mashed Potatoes • Fresh Mixed Vegetables
PCR Special: Fajita Week: Chicken, Beef, Vegetables, Fish! • Soup: Cream of Broccoli
Tuesday, January 30
Luncheon Plate Du Jour: Broiled Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Sauce • American Fried Potatoes • Sautéed Green Peas with Onions
PCR Special: Fajita Week: Chicken, Beef, Vegetables, Fish! • Soup: Cuban Black Bean
Wednesday, January 31
Luncheon Plate Du Jour: Baked Italian Lasagna • Zucchini with Fine Herbs • Sliced Buttered Carrots
PCR Special: Fajita Week: Chicken, Beef, Vegetables, Fish! • Soup: Minestrone
Thursday, February 1
Luncheon Plate Du Jour: Chicken Enchiladas Verde • Spanish Rice • Refried Beans
PCR Special: Fajita Week: Chicken, Beef, Vegetables, Fish! • Soup: Green Chili
Friday, February 2
Luncheon Plate du Jour: Sauerbraten Stew • Potato Dumplings • Buttered Spinach
PCR Special: Fajita Week: Chicken, Beef, Vegetables, Fish! • Soup: Manhattan Clam Chowder
LUNCH — CAFETERIA — 11 A.M.–1:15 P.M.
Monday, January 29
Fried Chicken • Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes • Fresh Mixed Vegetables
Cajun Fried Rock Cod with Aioli • Pineapple Curried Rice • Soup: Cream of Broccoli
Tuesday, January 30
Broiled Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Sauce • American Fried Potatoes • Sautéed Green Peas with Onions • Yellow Squash Provençale
Grilled Vegetable Skewer with Roasted Tomato Sauce • Soup: Cuban Black Bean
Wednesday, January 31
Baked Italian Lasagna • Zucchini with Fine Herbs • Sliced Buttered Carrots • Cauliﬂower Mornay
Veal Cordon Bleu • Parsley Potatoes • Soup: Minestrone
Thursday, February 1
Chicken Enchiladas Verde • Spanish Rice • Refried Beans • Broccoli Polonaise
Pork Adobo • Ginger-Coriander Rice • Soup: Green Chili
Friday, February 2
Grilled Red Snapper Meunière • Steamed New Potatoes • Buttered Fresh Spinach • Ratatouille
Sauerbraten Stew • Bread Dumplings • Soup: Manhattan Clam Chowder
DINNER — CAFETERIA — 5:45–7 P.M.
A la Carte Salad Bar available Monday through Thursday evening
Monday, January 29
Breaded Pork Chop with Country Gravy • Roasted Red Potatoes • Garlic Spinach
Soup: Cream of Broccoli
Tuesday, January 30
Fish & Chips with Malt Vinegar and Tartar Sauce • Cole Slaw
Soup: Cuban Black Bean
Wednesday, January 31
Chicken Cacciatore • Grilled Polenta with Chipotle Butter • Sautéed Italian Squash
Thursday, February 1
Sweet and Sour Pork • Fried Rice • Stir-Fried Vegetables
Soup: Green Chili
CITY CURRENTS 7 January 29–February 4, 2001
Master Planning Calendar
January 29 -- February 23, 2001
Rev. 1/23/2000 (Subject to change without prior notice)
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
29 30 31 Feb 1 2
2:00 - 4:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
Program Review (C-334) Curriculum Committee (C334) CAC (E-200B)
2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
A.S. (SU-208) Cable casting of the Board
Meeting (EATV 27)
Communication (S-107) 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Proposal Due Date
Last day to drop/reduce units Last day to add credit
in order to qualify for 100% classes/change sections
resident tuition fee refund Board Resolution Due Date
5 6 7 8 9
2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
TLTR (R-518) A.S. (SU-208) DCC (S-100) Cable casting of the Board
Meeting (EATV 27)
Transfer Issues (R-206) 2:00 p.m.
PBC (Loc TBA)
Academic Senate (R-518) Last day to reduce units in
order to qualify for a 50%
3:00 p.m. nonresidential tuition fee
Facilities Review (B-616) refund. Last day to drop
credit classes. No notation
will appear on student's
2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m. permanent record. A "W"
Scholarship Workshop Scholarship Workshop Scholarship Workshop symbol will appear on
Census Day (R-301) (R-301) (R-301) record after this date.
12 13 14 15 16
1:00 p.m. Curriculum Committee 1:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Lincoln's
Graduation Subcom. (R-206) Proposal Due Date Curriculum Committee (C334) College Council (PCR)
2:30 p.m. Last day to petition to receive 1:30 p.m. Holiday
College Agenda Review an AA or AS degree. Last CalWorks Advisory (E-200B)
(E-200B) day to petition to receive the
Award of Achievement and 2:00 p.m.
Certification of Completion. A.S. (SU-208)
Last day to remove an I grade 1:00 p.m.
received in the previous Cable casting of the Board
semester. Meeting (EATV 27)
19 20 21 22 23
Washington's 3:00 - 5:00p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
Classified Senate (B-307) A.S. (SU-208) Cable casting of the Board
Birthday Meeting (EATV 27)
Holiday 2:30 p.m.
Academic Senate (SEC-413) 1:00 p.m.
Works of Arts (R-206)
Facilities Review (B616) 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Board of Trustees
Closed Session (CH/NB)
Census Sheets are due to
Board of Trustees Last day to request C/NC
Office of Admission and
Open Session (CH/NB) grading option
Calendar is regularly updated by the Office of Shared Governance. To submit meeting notices call Attila Gabor at 239.3812
The Master Planning Calendar is available via Internet at http://www.ccsf.cc.ca.us/Services/Shared_Governance/