Gil Stork, Cuesta College's superintendent/president, speaks at a news conference Thursday on the college's accreditation. Behind him, from left, are Barbara George of Los Osos and Charlotte Alexander of Nipomo, members of the San Luis Obispo County Community College Board of Trustees, and Bob Wacker, president of the Cuesta College Foundation Board of Directors.
Gil Stork, Cuesta College's superintendent/president, speaks at a news conference Thursday on the college's accreditation. Behind him, from left, are Barbara George of Los Osos and Charlotte Alexander of Nipomo, members of the San Luis Obispo County Community College Board of Trustees, and Bob Wacker, president of the Cuesta College Foundation Board of Directors.
Gil Stork, Cuesta College's superintendent/president, speaks at a news conference Thursday on the college's accreditation. Behind him, from left, are Barbara George of Los Osos and Charlotte Alexander of Nipomo, members of the San Luis Obispo County Community College Board of Trustees, and Bob Wacker, president of the Cuesta College Foundation Board of Directors.

Cuesta College retains accreditation, officials announce

February 14, 2013 10:15 AM

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