> African American Scholastic Program
"The goal of the African American Scholastic Programs (AASP) is to recruit underrepresented students and provide them with effective and intensive support services. Specifically, AASP provides counseling, mentoring, instruction, cultural activities, college tours, as well as a computer lab."
Several IDST courses, including IDST 36: Poetry for the People, IDST 37: Racial & Ethnic Groups in the United States: A Comparative Survey, and IDST 50: College Success are offered in collaboration with AASP. (Program Information pdf)
> Asian Pacific American Students Success Center
Another terrific CCSF resource! Besides the many workshops, tutors, computers and other services available at APASS, IDST 45: Pacific Islanders in the United States classes are held here. APASS also has ties with the IDST 50: College Success.
(Program Information pdf)
Groundswell, envisioned as a center for architecture and design, was founded to examine from a cross-cultural perspective the effects of environmental design on daily life, and to increase understanding of basic building and design principles within a social context. Groundswell's goals involve education on several levels: increasing architectural literacy among the general population: promoting a user/architect collaborative model; and encouraging underrepresented populations to enter architecture and related professions. IDST 70: Architecture and Diversity is offered in collaboration with Groundswell.
> Latina/o Services Network
"Latina/o Services Network (LSN) offers bilingual (Spanish) and bicultural counseling services to City College of San Francisco students. LSN is a network of programs, services and individuals dedicated to the success of Latinas/os at City College of San Francisco." IDST 37: Racial & Ethnic Groups in the United States: A Comparative Survey is offered in collaboration with this program.
(Program Information pdf)
> Learning Assistance Center
"Learning Assistance Center programs provide students with academic support services. The Learning Assistance Center offers a variety of services including tutoring, study groups and workshops. Our labs include a reading lab, a writing lab and three computer labs. We offer college success courses, career success courses and a tutor training course."
This resource is recommended to all students and those enrolled in IDST 50: College Success.
> Multimedia Studies Program
"The Multimedia Studies Certificate Program will prepare you for an entry-level job in the multimedia industry. No matter what your interests are, you can tailor the program to suit your goals and career direction."
> Peer Mentoring and Service Learning
Peer Mentoring and Service Learning: The Misson of the Office of Mentoring and Service Learning at City College of San Francisco is to enhance student learning, promote teaching innovations and involvement, respond to community needs and foster civic responsibility and personal growth. In IDST 12, students reflect on connections made between course work, service learning experience and personal development. A learning contract is drawn up by each student. Students document their experience by developing a portfolio. Learning from the experience of service is fostered. (Program Information pdf)
> Project SURVIVE
Project SURVIVE is a peer education program of the Women's Studies Department at City College of San Francisco which trains students to make classroom presentations on promoting healthy relationships. Peer educators, both women and men, suggest resources and information to help students build intimate relationships based on respect and trust. They also offer students strategies for identifying, avoiding, and leaving abusive relationships. IDST offers IDST 54: Politics of Sexual Violence and IDST 55: Ending Sexual Violence: Peer Education in collaboration with Women's Studies and Project Survive. The Sexual Health Educator Certificate is offered through Project Survive, Women's Studies, and IDST.
(Program Information pdf)
> Women's Studies Department
The Women's Studies Department offers students an understanding of gender socialization and women's experiences across cultures, including the ways gender intersects with identities related to social class, sexuality, sexual orientation, ability/disability, race, and ethnicity; a knowledge of women's political, historical and artistic achievements; and strategies for improving communication and health behaviors in women's personal, social, and work lives. IDST offers IDST 54: Politics of Sexual Violence, IDST 55, Ending Sexual Violence: Peer Education, IDST 70: Arhitecture and Diversity, and IDST 80/81 A-G: Diversity and Social Justice in collaboration with the Women's Studies Department.
> CCSF Admission & Registration
City College of San Francisco offers over 100 credit and noncredit programs in a wide variety of disciplines in many neighborhood locations. We're sure you'll find just the program of study that will further your educational goals. Other useful information is in the Student Handbook.
> CCSF Bookstore
Please visit our textbook inquiry site to look up your required and optional textbooks, place reservations, and order books online. [NOTE: Not all features are available at all times of the year.]
> Employment Opportunities
Looking for a job? Search through the list of jobs and internships from Bay Area businesses and community-based organizations that want to hear from CCSF students! Tailor your education to the career you really want with the Career Connection site and/or the Career and Job Placement Services site.
> Student Services
The CCSF Student Services are offered through the Student Development Division of the college.