Whereas, City College of San Francisco is a vital multi-cultural, multi-campus community college and has been an essential part of the city of San Francisco since 1935;
Whereas, City College of San Francisco has always sought to provide much needed support for those in its community that have been historically left out;
Whereas, City College of San Francisco has always served as a statewide model of strong faculty participation in college governance and also a model for developing and maintaining appropriate salaries and benefits for both their full- and part-time faculty; and
Whereas, City College of San Francisco values the knowledge and strength of its own faculty as they seek to resolve their accreditation issues through a strong and fair shared governance process drawing in all appropriate stakeholders;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges acknowledge City College of San Francisco’s efforts to maintain its multi-cultural, multi-campus structure and its shared governance process; and
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges acknowledge the leadership of the faculty in their efforts to solve their accreditation issues.
The President acknowledged City of San Francisco's efforts before the Board of Governors, Consultation, and other constituent groups.