But regardless of what people think of the changes that have occurred, these are changes that ACCJC asked for. City College neither ignored nor fought ACCJC's recommendations, as many people wish we had. City College's response was to work to enact ACCJC's will as quickly as possible.
Unfortunately, the decision to revoke accreditation will harm City College's otherwise good financial position by causing a large drop in student enrollment for fall — and the loss of millions of dollars in state funding. Ironically, this will make it more difficult to finish what ACCJC wants done.
The best course for students is to let City College retain accreditation while it finishes the job that ACCJC wants done.
John Rizzo is President of the City College Board of Trustees
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