PCC will be receiving $17 million due to the passing of PROP 55 in the 2016 election, and will be in effect over the next 12 years.
Campus officials warned on Jan. 31 that the school may be short of the enrollment count to qualify for all the $6.7 million Proposition 30 money.
Although Proposition 30 was approved by voters on Nov. 6, final plans for utilizing its windfall will not be presented until mid-December, officials said.
Students give their opinions about Proposition 30.
It has been an unusual semester. The campus has been in a state of disarrayâ€”reeling from class cuts, student protests, a disputed faculty contract situation, the replacing of the winter intersession with a three-semester calendar, and a complete revamping of the schoolâ€™s bureaucracy. These hasty, significant changes in the foundational system of PCC all stem from one thing: the big wigs up in Sacramento havenâ€™t been giving PCC enough money. But, we, the PCC community can do something to help fix, or at least ameliorate …
The Associated Students held a Q&A last Thursday in the Creveling Lounge regarding the new three semester calendar and other academic issues.