(SAN FRANCISCO) -- Following criticism of the way that the City College of San Francisco handles its finances, a study showed that seven of its campuses are actually money-makers for the district, according to The San Francisco Examiner.
The data looked at the money each site received as well as their operational costs and number of students and faculty at each location. It did not count costs shared between all the main school centers.
The news that several of the campuses are profitable is good news for the embattled college, but that data alone will not determine the fate of these locations.
“This is not the basis of whether or not the centers are profitable. It’s not to determine their fate. We’re wanting to take a look at the totality of the centers and what their whole purpose is with regards to each community,” said Interim Chancellor Thelma Scott-Skillman, speaking before the board.
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