Welcome Graduates!

On behalf of the entire college community, it is our pleasure to extend our heartfelt congratulations and invite you to the City College of San Francisco’s 83rd Annual Commencement Exercises.

We hope this celebration of your academic achievement will become a wonderful memory that you will cherish for years to come.

Commencement is a significant occasion in the life of any student; one we hope is enhanced by the presence of family and friends. Your knowledge, understanding, and cooperation with all the guidelines are imperative to ensure an enjoyable and memorable ceremony for everyone.

 

Please remember that attending the Commencement Ceremony is not equivalent to degree completion. If you have any questions, please visit the Admissions & Reords Office (Conlan Hall, Room 107, Ocean Campus) or call (415) 239-3285.

Once again, our congratulations and best wishes for your continued success!

 

 

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Latest Updates!!

 

  • The 2018 CCSF Commencement date has changed from Friday, May 25,2018 to Thursday, May 24, 2018.

 

  • The location of the CCSF ceremony is still undetermined. Once we have final confirmation, details about the location will be provided to all registered graduates and employees.

     

 

Annnual College Wide Commencement Ceremony


The Office of Student Affairs & Wellness, as well as the CCSF Commencement Committee, work hard every year to make the Commencement Ceremony one that commencement candidates and their families will take pride in. The ceremony takes place once a year, at the end of the academic year in May. This year’s ceremony is scheduled to be on:

 

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Graduates from the previous Summer, Fall, and current Spring semesters are all welcome to register and participate. Every year, approximately 500 students receiving their Associate Degrees in Arts and/or Sciences proudly wear their caps and gowns and cross the commencement stage.Commencement is a wonderful time at CCSF and a very rewarding experience for not only our students, but those of us who work here at the college as well.             

 

 

To learn more about how our office assesses the College's Commencement Ceremonies and other events, programs and activities, please read Assessment Plan: The Office of Student Affairs & Wellness or OSAW Student Services Outcomes.