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Six college plan creates savings, new prospects

Xpress Staff

April 26, 2011

Robert A. Corrigan has served as SF State President since September 1988. More than a year of discussion, consultation and input from hundreds of faculty and staff, coupled with two faculty referendums, has ended decisively: On July ...

Six-college structure to take effect this summer

Megan Taros

April 26, 2011

After nearly a year and a half of controversial closed-door meetings and tense open-door forums, President Robert A. Corrigan announced Friday that the University will implement a six-college structure to take effect July 1.  The appr...

College merger comes with consequences

Xpress Staff

April 26, 2011

When final exams end in less than a month and students begin relaxing for the summer, SF State's academic landscape will begin a drastic transformation. President Robert A. Corrigan announced April 22 that the University is...

Back to the drawing board for Corrigan

Xpress Staff

March 22, 2011

University President Robert A. Corrigan’s email to faculty March 21, which detailed his newest proposal to reduce the number of colleges from eight to six and suggested that faculty participate in another campus-wide refere...

Corrigan defines University's future without student consent

Xpress Staff

February 10, 2011

It’s no surprise that President Robert A. Corrigan accepted the majority of recommendations given by the University Planning Advisory Council. The plan was of his own devising. Not only did Corrigan handpick each of the 12 c...

Financial pressure looms for students

Daniel Gamberg

January 25, 2011

When Gov. Jerry Brown began the process of passing a budget for the 2011-2012 fiscal year by releasing his proposal earlier this month, he detailed the grim outlook for California's higher education system. If passed, the budge...

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