Board Chair Ruben Perez and former COD Superintendent/President Joel Kinnamon have all but declared victory in their respective races. Given Kinnamon’s harsh criticism of current college leadership, that outcome could lead to some dramatic changes. Read full article here
The search for a new College of the Desert trustee is down to its final four candidates. On Tuesday, school officials sent News Channel 3 the final list of candidates: The finalists have been invited to a special Board of Trustees meeting on Friday for in-person interviews. Full broadcast report here
Excerpt: It appears that the leadership of COD does not intend to deliver what was originally promised. The planned project concept has been scrapped in behind-closed-door meetings in favor of a much scaled-down campus. Source: Desert Sun Valley Voice – Full article here
PALM DESERT – Community members and students are encouraged to add their signatures to one of the beams which will be displayed on the Indio Campus in the new expansion as part of College of the Desert’s Indio campus. A unique and personal touch commemorating the project and ways for the community to leave a…
College of the Desert focused on sharing its future growth across its campuses in its annual State of the College address, “COD Rising,” Wednesday. Superintendent/President Martha Garcia, Ed.D., shared details about some of the College’s upcoming projects, including the Palm Springs Development Project, Roadrunner Motors in Cathedral City, and the Indio campus expansion.
College of the Desert Area 2 Trustee Bea Gonzalez has become the poster child for betraying students in her Area. Her face is on a high-profile billboard on Indian Canyon that states, “Shame on you for voting against COD students!” That’s quite a fall for the woman who was in 2019 named Woman of the Year for the 56th…