Articles Tagged With ‘Cuesta College’

Cuesta College closure unlikely

UPDATE: Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo is under an order by its accreditation commission to produce an exit plan for closure of the college by Oct. 15. Last week, the Commission for Community and Junior Colleges sent Cuesta College an... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College accreditation imperiled

BY KAREN VELIE Cuesta College administrators said today the institution faces the threat of finding itself without accreditation. The Accreditation Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC), located in Novato, issued an order to show cause why Cuesta College’s accreditation... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College tutoring center celebrates turning 40

Cuesta College’s tutoring services were recognized for 40 years of service with a certificate from Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian at a celebration on Wednesday. Several dozen students, faculty members and local dignitaries were on hand for a re-dedication of the San... (Continue reading)

Gilbert Stork named Cuesta chief

Dr. Gilbert H. Stork, a former assistant football coach and teacher at Cuesta College, will be its new superintendent and president following a board of trustees decision announced this week. Stork has been interim boss at the college since Jan.... (Continue reading)

SLO Writers’ Conference after party, event photos

Following the 27th Annual Central Coast Writers’ Conference at Cuesta College, authors, agents and locals striving to become published writers celebrated another successful conference. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would like to buy a high... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College narrows presidential search to three

Three men, including one who lacks a Ph.D. or Ed.D., have been named as the finalists for the Cuesta College superintendent/president position. The three candidates will be featured in a public forum on Tuesday, Oct. 11 from noon to 3... (Continue reading)

27th Central Coast Writers’ Conference, event photos

The 27th Annual Central Coast Writers’ Conference at Cuesta College was an exciting adventure into the world of accomplished authors, agents and for the first time a look at eBook publishing. If you would like to buy a high resolution... (Continue reading)

“Tech, Toys and Tools” offers resources for writers in the Digital Age

USA Today reports that more than 114 million of the 2.6 billion books published last year were e-books, and the percentage of electronic editions continues to climb. Recently the e-book versions of four of the top 10 titles on the... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College delays pay cuts for top administrators

The Cuesta College Board of Trustees voted last week to delay voluntary pay cuts for interim College President Gil Stork and the college’s three vice presidents – amounting to about $36,390. [Tribune] In May, the college’s board of trustees approved... (Continue reading)

Central Coast higher education costs skyrocket

All but one of the San Luis Obispo County area public higher education campuses are on a new list produced by the U.S. Department of Education showing colleges and universities with the fastest-rising tuition and fees – and those campuses... (Continue reading)