Transition Into College

Matriculating Into College

Overview

Dual Enrollment students can continue at CCSF after high school graduation. You will need to reapply to CCSF when you graduate from high school.

Find out the steps to becoming a credit student.

Other Programs Available

The Guardian Scholars Program is committed to helping students exiting the foster care system by providing comprehensive support program to help you complete a GED, achieve an A.A. degree, complete a certificate program or transfer to a four year college.

AB540 is a state law that exempts certain students who are not residents of California from paying nonresident tuition at California Community Colleges and California State Universities.

The current CCSF residency rate is $46 per unit. Find out if you qualify.

If you are a student with a disability, your involvement with the Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) can be thought of as a partnership between you and the Disabled Students Programs and Services staff. Find out if this program is right for you.

The program gives students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma while earning college credits and achieving college success. Students simultaneously accumulate high school and college credits, earning their high school diploma while progressing toward an associate degree or certificate.