Students who were overcharged by Pasadena City College for parking permits will be able to get a refund, but not before paying a new fee.
The Board of Trustees has appointed Former Senior Vice President Robert Miller as acting-superintendent/president of PCC while they search for a new president following the retirement of past president Mark Rocha.
President Mark Rocha will receive $403,826, plus up to $16,000 in “reasonable” legal expenses from the District, according to a severance package agreement released by the college.
As long as there have been classes, there have been students making excuses about why they couldn’t make it to class. Colleges have a surplus of phony excuses, and PCC is no exception.
This story has been updated since it was first published. After plotting his exit from the school for months, President Mark Rocha will retire at the end of August, according to a school official.