Controversial President Quits at Pasadena City College

August 8, 2014

Pasadena City College announced Thursday that Mark W. Rocha will be quitting as president at the end of the month, The Los Angeles Times reported. Rocha said in a statement that he wanted to spend more time with his family, and to return to teaching and research. His tenure at Pasadena has been controversial. Faculty members have said that he has left them out of key decisions. Faculty leaders have voted no confidence in him twice and were thinking about a third vote.

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