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International & Non-Resident Students to Pay More in Tuition

Story By: Loren Marcotte, Reporter

February 7, 2018


Filed under College Governance, News

Students who are not California residents should expect to pay a higher tuition starting in the fall of 2018. A proposal to increase fees for nonresident and international students for the 2018-19 fiscal year was approved by the Board of Trustees of the State Center Community College District durin...

Proposal for New Math Science and Engineering Building Fails to Fix Current Demands

Proposal for New Math Science and Engineering Building Fails to Fix Current Demands

Story By: Paulina Rodriguez, Reporter

February 7, 2018


Filed under College Governance, News

Fresno City College faculty and students from the Math, Science and Engineering division addressed the State Center Community College District board of trustees regarding the proposed $50 million MSE building on Feb. 6. Seven speakers addressed the board during the 30-minute open forum, urging trustees t...

M.E.Ch.A Plants the Seeds of Tomorrow in Upcoming Youth Conference

M.E.Ch.A Plants the Seeds of Tomorrow in Upcoming Youth Conference

Story By: Paulina Rodriguez, Reporter

February 7, 2018


Filed under News

Members of Fresno City College’s Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan’s autonomous chapter will host their fourth annual Chicano Youth Conference on April 21 in the Old Administration Building. The college’s M.E.Ch.A chapter started its own Chicano Youth Conference after Fresno State’...

Speaker Shares His Lived Black History in Opening Ceremony

Speaker Shares His Lived Black History in Opening Ceremony

Story By: Omari Bell, Social Media Editor

February 6, 2018


Filed under News

Students and faculty of the FCC community listened to stories about the civil rights movement from guest speaker James E. Watson during the opening ceremony for Black History Month on Feb. 1 in the Old Administration Building auditorium. Watson told stories of his involvement over the past 73 years in...

Are You a College Student Without Health Insurance? This Free Service Could Help

Are You a College Student Without Health Insurance? This Free Service Could Help

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Reporter

January 24, 2018


Filed under Briefs, Community, News

Kaiser Permanente is aiming to enroll 1,000 adults in its free health insurance coverage program who are low-income but do not qualify for Medi-cal, according to Kerri Leedy, a spokeswoman for Kaiser. Open enrollment ends Jan. 31, and coverage will begin March 1, Leedy said. Kaiser’s Communi...

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