City College of San Francisco (CCSF) is one of the largest and most diverse community colleges in the world, with more than 106,000 students, 4,700 courses, 9 neighborhood campuses and more than 150 other instructional sites citywide. Its programmatic breadth and variety, combined with its image and prominence in ethnic neighborhoods and business districts, result in the highest market penetration of any community college in the country, and more than one-third of CCSF students are from underrepresented minority populations. At $20 per unit in-state tuition, CCSF is San Francisco's best higher education value. City College of San Francisco
The Computer Networking and Information Technology (CNIT) Department at CCSF was created in 2002 to provide instruction in rapidly advancing technologies for creating, processing, managing and communicating information. In 2004, the CNIT became a Cisco Regional Networking Academy . In 2006, CNIT became a Microsoft Academy, a Pearson VUE Authorized Center for Testing and a Juniper Networks Academic Alliance Member. As of 2008, CNIT serves almost 3,000 students annually, offering 60 different courses, leading to 12 academic certificates, numerous industry certifications, an AS Degree and opportunities for continued study at 4-year institutions. CNIT trains technicians to implement and operate 21st century enterprise and service provider information and networking systems today. CNIT - Computer Networking and Information Technology
The Institute for Convergence of Optical and Network Systems (ICONS) was a very successful, grant funded effort by the CNIT Department to develop technician training in converged network technologies, which are at the leading edge of communications technology trends. ICONS was funded by a $750,000, 3-year grant from the National Science Foundation as an Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Project from 10/05 through 9/08. ICONS has now ceased operations, replaced by the Mid-Pacific Information and Communications Technology (MPICT) Center ( ), which endeavors to coordinate, promote and improve the quality and availability of ICT education in a region consisting of Northern California, Northern Nevada, Southern Oregon, Hawaii and the Pacific Territories. ICONS - Institute for Convergence of Optical and Network Systems

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City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees:
Lawrence Wong (President)
Dr. Natalie Berg(Vice-President)
Dr. Anita Grier
Milton Marks III
Julio J. Ramos
John Rizzo
Rodel E. Rodis
Dr. Don Q. Griffin (Interim Chancellor)