California Community Colleges chancellor Jack Scott says City College of San Francisco, whose accreditation is at risk because of poor management, may have to close some of its campuses. Besides a state fiscal crisis team already working with the college, his office may soon appoint a “special trustee” with fiscal skills.
From the LA Times:
"It's a very serious situation," Scott said, adding that he "deplored" the state's cuts of 12% over the last three years to all community colleges.
"But if your income were reduced, you'd probably reduce your expenditures," Scott said. "It's a little bit like everything else — it's why I don't drive a Cadillac."