This September, invitations were sent out to students, staff and faculty to form the first ever campus task force at SF State that will identify barriers to success for first-year students and develop a plan to combat student attrition.
“Research shows that freshmen student success
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[media-credit name="Pablo Caballero" align="alignright" width="281"][/media-credit] Jennifer Summit, the interim provost and vice president of academic affairs talks during an interview in her office Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016[/caption]
When Jennifer Summit, dean of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning, steps into the position of interim
Faculty and students came toe-to-toe with Chancellor Timothy White at Cal State East Bay to express their frustration as part of a contentious listening tour forum Monday afternoon.
White’s listening tour, during which he visits all 23 CSU campuses throughout the state to listen to each
The developers of SF State Mobile, the college's first-ever mobile app, are seeking feedback from students to determine which features should be included in the platform's second iteration. A lack of advertisement of version one, however, has stymied students' exposure to the app and left the developers
SF State's art department made its first major increases to instructional materials fees in 20 years this spring, forcing returning studio art majors to pay double or even triple the fee costs of last semester.
Of the 80 studio art classes currently requiring materials fees, 38 of
When it comes to getting around San Francisco, students have wide range of options. Despite filing for bankruptcy Friday, the city's largest taxicab co-op, Yellow Cab Cooperative Inc., remains one of those options.
Though many students surmised SF Yellow Cab filing for bankruptcy reflects the burgeoning app-based ride-sharing