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Fresno City College campus sees decline in fall 2021

Fresno City College Faces Enrollment Decline in Fall 2021, Hopes for Spring 2022 Increases

Story By: Krystle Nozartash, Managing Editor November 26, 2021

Like many other colleges in California, Fresno City College saw a decline in enrollment for the fall 2021 semester but campus officials are hoping numbers increase in spring 2022. Don Lopez, FCC vice...

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Increase of Enrollment in the Graphics Department

Story By: Jhoselin Clark, Reporter September 14, 2020

In semesters following the campus closure in March due to COVID-19, Fresno City College has experienced an increase in the amount of students enrolling in the Graphics Department. Craig Polanowski,...

President Carole Goldsmith sits down with the Rampage to discuss the state of the campus, Jan. 28, 2020. Goldsmith touched on enrollment, new faculty, the controversial new managers of the bookstore, and campus security after a misunderstanding prompted rumors of a possible shooting, which turned out to be unfounded.

Spring 2020 – A Sitdown With President Goldsmith

Story By: Ben Hensley, Editor-in-Chief January 31, 2020

Above the hustle and bustle of the beginning weeks of the spring 2020 semester at Fresno City College, Dr. Carole Goldsmith prepares herself and her staff for another semester as college president. So...

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