Transfer/Career Center cut with no adequate replacement
Contra Costa College student Erick Chivichon met with a counselor before attempting to transfer to the four-year university of his choice — UC Davis.
“Budget?” Athletic Director John Wade said. “We don’t have one of those. I wish we did, but you need money to have a budget.”
Campus battles over department’s future
Dental assisting, a program that has been with Contra Costa College since the day it opened its doors in 1950, has been effectively closed.
Emergency plans need more attention
A mere 15 seconds in 1989 was enough to shake the confidence of the entire San Francisco Bay Area.
Buildings on campus in need of repairs to strengthen footing on unstable land
Since the Hayward Fault, an active main fault that geologists consider past due for a major earthquake, runs directly through campus, seismically retrofitting older structures on campus has become a chief concern for the college administration.