A lawsuit filed against PCC by a former employee will go forward on July 19 with one less charge for the college to defend.
President Mark Rocha extended a peace offering in the form of a letter to faculty days after a contentious Board of Trustees meeting in which many individuals read letters highly critical of him and his policies.
PCC is due for its next accreditation December 2014, leaving only a short span for the college to repair its deficiency in institutional planning that has left the school on warning throughout the past decade.
Accentuating the positive efforts of his administration, President Mark Rocha explained his views about the schoolâ€™s problems at a news conference for journalism students on March 26.
President Mark Rocha discussed the terms of the final contract offer to faculty union negotiators at a news conference in the Cap and Gown Room on Wednesday.
After over an hour of public comment chastising President Mark Rocha and his administration at Wednesday nightâ€™s Board of Trustees meeting, Rocha delivered a lengthy defense of his administration. The only problem was hardly anyone was there to hear it.
A vote of no confidence in the administration was discussed at the Academic Senate meeting on Feb. 25.
Several experts offered helpful hints to reignite and maintain academic drive in students.
The Student Success Act signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept 27 will have a major impact on the college, PCC President Mark Rocha told a news conference for journalism students on Thursday.
Community colleges responding to a survey conducted by the California Community Colleges Chancellorâ€™s Office paint a picture of drastic financial distress throughout the Golden State.