City College of San Francisco outlines closing plan

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Twenty-one Bay Area colleges have agreed to enroll students from City College of San Francisco if the huge school loses accreditation next year and has to close, and two universities would keep its records, college administrators say in a new report that also details how they would handle nearly $900 million in real estate and personal property.

The administrators contacted 21 community colleges accessible from City College by public transportation and received commitments to enroll students. San Francisco State University also agreed to keep student transcripts, and Cal State East Bay said it would house personnel records - more than 11,000 of them - for City College employees past and present.

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