Fed up faculty1 
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Re: “College in Revolt

The atmosphere on campus is toxic. We love the students and want to make sure that the classes and the support staff and facilities will be there for them. That's a major problem with rampant expansion: there's no library, no counselors, no tutors, no testing center, and no disability services anywhere other than the main Eureka, Crescent City and Ft. Bragg campuses. How does that support student success?
Then there's the move toward "diploma mill" status with ever expanding online classes. There's now a link to Gatlin Education Services from the CR Community and Economic Development web page. These "certificates" being offered are not approved through the Chancellor's office. They also cost $1995. Because they are linked from the CR web page, it is giving the false impression that students are getting CR credit. They are not. As "Just a Voter" commented, we do need to step up. The faculty and staff at CR have done so. Now it's time for the community to take back their college. The trustees are indeed elected officials and as such can be recalled for failing so miserably in their duties.

Posted by Fed up faculty on 04/02/2010 at 9:35 AM

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