Around the industry: Antioch College receives accreditation 7 years after reopening
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- California: After a year of negotiations, the City College of San Francisco has reached a tentative agreement with its faculty union. Under the agreement, instructors, counselors, and librarians will receive at least a 6.7% salary increase over a three-year period. Faculty will vote on the offer in September (Inside Higher Ed, 7/15).
- Ohio: The Higher Learning Commission has granted Antioch College accreditation seven years after it reopened in 2009. The college has been accredited on the "standard track," meaning it will be up for accreditation again in 10 years, with a check-in taking place in 2019-2020 (Hackett, Yellow Springs News, 7/13).
- Wisconsin: Carla Perez, director of student accounts and university cashier at Rice University, has been named bursar at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Perez, who begins her new job on Aug. 1, replaces interim bursar Laura Rader, who has held the position since November (Novak, Wisconsin State Journal, 7/13).
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