Student Services ( Admission & Enrollment Office )
John Adams Center, Room 143
(415) 561 - 1835
The Admissions and Enrollment Office administers testing and registration for noncredit courses. If you are looking to learn English (ESL-English as a Second Language), take free computer classes, please contact this office at your earliest convenience. Many of our classes are available for enrollment throughout the school year.
John Adams Center, Room 63 (Ground Floor)
(415) 561 - 1896
The John Adams Center houses a full-service student bookstore carrying all textbooks for classes held at John Adams Center. Please call (415) 561-1896 regarding hours of operations.
Student Services ( Counseling Office )
John Adams Center, Room 142
(415) 561 - 1925 / 1934
The Counseling Office has a staff of professional counselors available to guide students in pursuing their credit and /or noncredit academic and vocational education goals. Students and prospective students are encouraged to make an appointment to see a counselor prior to enrolling in any classes. Drop-in appointments are sometimes available. Call the Counseling Office for further information.
Student Services ( Financial Aid Office )
John Adams Center, Room 142
(415) 267 - 6565
At the John Adams Center, financial aid services provide counseling and guidance to non-credit students in eligible certificate programs. Call the office or stop-by room 142 to obtain a copy of the counselor's schedule and/or to make an appointment.
Disabled Students Programs & Services ( DSPS )
John Adams Center, Room 106
Tel: (415) 561-1001; Fax: (415) 561-1040
The DSPS Office offers supportive services and classes for students with disabilities. We recommend that prospective students call to make an appointment.
John Adams Center, Room 204
(415) 561 - 1946
The John Adams full-service library houses more than 15,000 books, over 800 educational videotapes, audiocassettes, CD-ROMS, and 80+ periodical titles. Designed to support the credit and noncredit curricula at John Adams Campus, the collection is particularly strong in literature, African American studies, health sciences and technology, ESL and high school program materials. The library uses the OPACs (Online Public Access Catalog) to search for books in all the City College of San Francisco libraries by title, author or subject. You may also access the catalog from home by going to www.ccsf.edu/Library.
John Adams Center, Room 49 (Ground Floor)
(415) 561 - 1828
The John Adams Center has an active student council which works on projects to enhance the student's experiences on site. Officers are elected at the first meeting of each semester.
Welcome Back Center
John Adams Center, Room 102
(415) 561 - 1833
The Welcome Back Center is an international healthcare workers assistance center. It serves as an information and resource center for people who have received their formal education and training in a health field outside of the U.S., who live in the center’s respective state/area, and who would like to enter the healthcare sector in the U.S.
The GED Testing
John Adams Center, Room 45 (Ground Floor)
MOVED TO MISSION CENTER, 1125 VALENCIA ST.
(415) 561 - 1824
The GED Testing Center provides you with all the information that you will need to register for and take your GED tests in San Francisco. The GED Center in San Francisco is administered by the City College of San Francisco.