Orientation for High School Students

New Student Counseling Department participates in the Frisco Day, an event to help graduating seniors in San Francisco Unified School District to matriculate into college.

High School Concurrent Enrollment Program

Any high school student who has completed at least 120 high school credits with a 2.0 GPA can enroll in course(s) at CCSF under the concurrent enrollment agreement between the studentís high school and CCSF.  For more information, visit the high school concurrent enrollment webpage.


High School Diploma & GED Certificate 

Counselors assist high school and adult students plan the courses they need to achieve a high school diploma or a GED certificate.  Contact John Adams, SouthEast, and Mission Centers.


The Puente program invites all students who seek to complete English 96 and English 1A at CCSF to apply for our year long instruction and practice in expository writing focusing around the Latino experience. 

Puente students are also required to enroll in the Fall semester AAPS 103 (Orientation to College Transfer).  Enrollment is open to all eligible students.  Contact Ocean Campus.


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NSCD Student Workers (Peers) Program

The Peers are trained student workers to provide assistance in orientation workshops and general campus information.  If you are interested in becoming a Peer, an application is available in Conlan Hall 205. Contact Ocean Campus and Center Counseling Offices.


Bilingual Orientation

New incoming ESL students may benefit from receving comprehensive bilingual orientation to better understand how CCSF works.  Cantonese or Mandarin bilingual orientation is offered for ESL students in Credit or Non-Credit at the Chinatown Center. Spanish bilingual orientation is offered for ESL students in Credit or Non-Credit at the Mission Center.