Petition Closed

The Fort Mason Campus of the City College of San Francisco houses some of the most dynamic art courses that San Francisco has to offer. Arts such as Painting, Ceramics, Jewelry Making, Mono-Print, Drawing, Sculpture, Wood Shop and much much more are all taught at Fort Mason and the setting is one of the most beautiful and inspirational.

Fort Mason sits on the waters edge in the Marina near the blue bay and beside the grass of the Presidio. Closing this campus would be a travesty and more action in the direction of destroying the arts that are so important to the student curriculum.

The instructors, courses and environment at Fort Mason is an element of San Francisco City College that cannot be compromised. Any recommendation to close that campus should be opposed in an effort to save the arts and the memories and inspiration that come from Fort Mason. It's a community. Please Recommend saving the Fort Mason CCSF Campus!

Letter to
John Rizzo, President City College San Francisco Board of Trustees
Vice President Dr. Anita Grier
Board Member Dr. Natalie Berg
and 5 others
Board Member Lawrence Wong
Board Member Rodrigo Santos
City College of San Francisco's Chancellor Don Griffin
Board Member Chris Jackson
Board Member Steve Ngo
Save Fort Mason Campus! Vote to Keep the Campus Open

The Fort Mason Campus of the City College of San Francisco houses some of the most dynamic art courses that San Francisco has to offer. Arts such as Painting, Ceramics, Jewelry Making, Mono-Print, Drawing, Sculpture, Wood Shop and much much more are all taught at Fort Mason and the setting is one of the most beautiful and inspirational.

Fort Mason sits on the waters edge in the Marina near the blue bay and beside the grass of the Presidio. Closing this campus would be a travesty and more action in the direction of destroying the arts that are so important to the student curriculum.

The instructors, courses and environment at Fort Mason is an element of San Francisco City College that cannot be compromised. Any recommendation to close that campus should be opposed in an effort to save the arts and the memories and inspiration that come from Fort Mason. It's a community. Please Recommend saving the Fort Mason CCSF Campus!