Continuing, New and re-admitted students must have a registration appointment in order to register for classes. Students may register online, through WEB4 by logging in using their student ID and PIN#. More information is provided below.
Non-Payment of fees will result in your courses being dropped (during the registration period) and/or a HOLD being placed on your account. This could also result in not receiving college services. Students who register for classes once the semester begins on Monday, August 18, 2014, WILL NOT BE DROPPED for non-payment of fees. However, students are liable for all fees for classes not dropped by the mandated refund deadline dates.
Exemptions from immediate payment of fees will be available to accommodate the following groups of students: students receiving financial aid based on BOG and FAFSA eligibility, students who sign up for a tuition payment plan, and self-certified exemptions for military service, among others. Please be advised that students are responsible for self-certified exemptions. If your certified exemption is not processed, students are responsible for all fees assessed and must adhere to the drop deadline dates.
The Registration office is located on the main campus, 50 Phelan Avenue, Smith Hall #118, San Francisco, CA 94112. You may also reach us by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (415) 239-3732(415) 239-3732.
Web4 Registration for continuing Students
April 16, 2014 – August 14, 2014
Web4 Registration for New or readmit students
May 14, 2014 - August 14, 2014
In Person Registration
August 11, 2014 – August 14, 2014
Note: please verify your registration appointment date and time prior to attempting to register for classes. You may check your registration appointment by logging into our WEB4 online system. From the REGISTRATION menu and click on "CHECK YOUR REGISTRATION STATUS."
Your User Id is your student identification number.
Your pin number is your six digit birth date in the following format (mmddyy),
unless you have changed it.
1. Click on Student Services & Financial Aid & EOPS
2. Click on Registration
3. Click Add/Drop Courses.
4. Select the appropriate term and click submit.
5. Enter 5 digit CRN number and hit Submit Changes.
The Registration Center (Smith Hall, RM 118) provides the following services:
- Add/Drop Courses (during in-person and add/drop period)
- Process tuition payments
- Receive transcript requests and payments
- Issue student photo IDs
Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 8:00am - 2:00pm
Note: The Registration Office does not process payments after 4:30p, Monday through Thursday and 1:30p on Friday.
City College of San Francisco uses the following registration priority system when determining registration priority. Students are encouraged to register on their priority registration day and time to ensure you get the best possible course options available. Students may make changes to their schedule anytime on or after their appointment date and time. CCSF registration priority groups are listed below:
REGISTRATION PRIORITY Groups
1st Priority Group
Veterans, Foster Youth, CalWorks , EOPS, DSPS
2nd Priority Group
Associated Student Representatives
Writing Success Program
Speech & Debate Club
3rd Priority Group
Gateway to College Students
SFUSD “Bridge to Success” Matriculated Students
4th Priority Group
CCSF Noncredit to Credit
New Matriculated Students (Domestic and International)
New Exempt Students
Concurrently Enrolled High School Students
Important Notice: Wait List notifications are sent to your CCSFMail account. If you are on a wait list, you must check your CCSF email account often to find out if a seat has become available. You only have 48 hours to add the class once it has become available.
Click here for important details about wait lists.
Students must be registered in the current semester in order to obtain new or replacement Student Photo ID cards. Please contact your campus for hours of availability to obtain a Photo ID card. You may obtain a Student Photo ID card at the Ocean Ave Campus in the Registration Center (SH118). For more information you may call: 415 452-7100.
Please note: You must be enrolled in courses for current semester before you can obtain a Student Photo ID card.
Students must present a valid Photo ID (i.e. CA Drivers License) before a student photo ID card can be issued.
In an effort to go "green", we are going paperless. All Admissions, Registration and Fee correspondence will be sent electronically. Please click here for information regarding your official CCSF email account.