With City College of San Francisco still in limbo status due to unfair sanctions from the Accrediting Commission for Junior and Community Colleges, nearly 150 part-time faculty have lost their jobs in the past couple of years and few, if any, part-time counselors have been rehired.

The number of part-timers receiving medical and dental benefits has declined as classes were canceled due to falling student enrollment. All faculty have taken a pay cut, representing a 20 percent reduction in real wages.

The fight for fair accreditation continues in a lawsuit filed by the City of San Francisco against the ACCJC, and in a strong campaign by local, state, and national unions.