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Center Information

Mission Main

(415) 920-6000

Ask CCSF  

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(415) 920-6035

Campus Police  

(415) 239-3200


(415) 920-6058 or (415) 920-6059


(415) 452-5481

Financial Aid  

(415) 239-3576

International Student  

(415) 239-3942


(415) 920-6137

Metro Transfer Academy  

(415) 452-5237

New Student  

(415) 239-3296

Transfer Student  

(415) 239-3748



Business Communication & Technology Noncredit

Program certificates prepare students to respond to an increasingly tight job market by providing the technological and business communication skills required in the workplace. Our transcript-documented program certificates range from 45 hours to 810 hours and many are Employment Development Department (EDD) recognized.


Business Communication and Business Technology

English as a Second Language


The Mission Center offers a full range of English as a Second Language courses, including ESL Citizenship, Focus, Literacy, Muti-level, and ESL Levels 1-9. Pronunciation, speaking, writing, and general ESL courses for non-native speakers. Courses are offered from 8:30 AM - 9:15 PM.   Noncredit | Credit

Metro Transfer Academy at Mission

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Metro Transfer Academy at Mission helps first-generation, low-income and/or historically underrepresented CCSF students transfer into a university and become leaders in their communities. Metro students are placed in a small community of peers who take two or three general education courses together each semester. Metro students receive tutoring, advising and support in developing strong academic skills. Metro Transfer Academy at Mission collaborates with a number of local organizations to serve San Francisco students from a central and convenient location. Please call 415-452-5237 for more information.

Transitional Studies

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The Transitional Studies Department offers instruction in the CCSF High School Diploma Program, General Education Development (GED), Adult Basic Education, and Vocational Foundation Skills. | Brochure

Working Adults Degree Program

Working Adults

The Working Adults Degree Programm are for students who wish to obtain their college degree as quickly as possible. It is structured so that students can attain their Associates Degree in the shortest time. Courses are chosen that will also transfer to a 4-year institution and apply to a B.A. or B.S. degree.

Center Information

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City College of San Francisco

1125 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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Public Transit

  • #14, #49 Mission to Mission/22nd Streets
  • BART to 24th Street Station