skip directly to Main Content Navigation Search A-Z Index Find People Top Story Breadcrumbs Footer

Budget News

Earlier this week, the California Community College Board of Governors met to discuss enrollment priority regulations, which will go up for a final vote in September.

The San Mateo County Community College District recently completed refinancing $113.2 million in general obligation bonds, saving local taxpayers more than $16.4 million in long term debt costs over the next 15 years.

Waiting lists for classes at the three campuses in the San Mateo County Community College District should be smaller as officials outline plans to use parcel tax funds to add courses.

The study released Thursday indicated the cost of attending a two-year or four-year public institution in the country has outpaced family earning over the past decade – putting up a significant barrier to achieving a bachelor’s degree for many students.

On February 25, College of San Mateo Dean of Physical Education and Athletics Andreas Wolf was interviewed by KCBS radio in response to a news segment citing a report that community college athletic classes were slated for budget cuts.

Today is a new year — and the beginning of some new laws courtesy of the county’s elected leaders.

The San Mateo County Community College District wants to diversify its portfolio rather than fully invest in the county pool fund.

More classes, additional student support and the development of programs to better meet student needs are getting the bulk of about $6 million in parcel tax funds heading to the San Mateo County Community College District.

With access to about $75 million less than anticipated, officials in the San Mateo County Community College District are contemplating another bond measure to finish its vision of updating local facilities.

The Associated Students of CSM sent six members of the Student Senate to Washington, DC to advocate for education on behalf of CSM students. From April 9 to 13th, the students attended various workshops on advocacy. Using information from these workshops, the students crafted a message they would share with federal legislators.