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Susan Elizabeth Lamb

Susan Lamb believes City College is...






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City College of San Francisco is one of the largest community colleges in the nation.  The role of City College of San Francisco’s Administration is to provide leadership and governance, advocacy, and financial support to our students and programs.

Organizational Chart as of July 9, 2014

Academic Affairs

The Division of Academic Affairs oversees CCSF’s seven schools. Other services of the Division include library and learning resources; contract and continuing education; education technology; curriculum; tenure review and faculty evaluation; faculty support services; and course/room scheduling.

Finance & Administration

The Division of Finance and Administration is responsible for administrative services, budget and finance, buildings and grounds, business services, technology, risk management, facilities planning, public safety, and construction. Organizational Chart as of May 8, 2014

Institutional Development

The Division of Institutional Development is responsible for the following services and departments: Accreditation, Fundraising & Alumni, Grants & Resource Development, Outcomes & Assessment, Research & Planning, and Scholarships.

Student Development

The Division of Student Development is responsible for outreach and recruitment, student affairs, student health services, student advocacy, student activities, counseling services and learning assistance.                                                                

Office of the President

The President of Campus and Centers is responsible for day-to-day operations, which includes facilities management, budget management, and implementation of the class schedule at the Ocean Campus and at the Centers.  The President is charged with ensuring that the College offers equitable services and educational opportunities to students, regardless of location.  The President provides oversight for the total cost of operations for all sites and prepare the annual Program Review for the Ocean Campus, parallel to what the Center Deans have done for their sites.  Through the vantage point that this position provides, the President has a comprehensive understanding of community needs and access to the decision making resources necessary to meet those needs by serving as the primary conduit for all sites to the Vice Chancellors of Academic Affairs and Student Development and to the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration through the Vice President.