Disabled Students Programs & Services


Welcome to the website of the CCSF Disabled Students Programs and Services.

A shorter URL to this website is: www.ccsf.edu/dsps

If you need immediate assistance or need to make an appointment with a DSPS counselor, contact the DSPS main office at:

415-452-5481 (Voice)
415-452-5451 (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) or use California Relay Service

Check the Contact Information page for our locations and other phone numbers.

New Hours for the DSPS main office on the Ocean Campus:

Monday-Thursday, 8:00am - 4:30pm
Friday, 8:00am - 2:30pm
Closed for lunch daily between 12:00pm and 12:30pm

New Hours for the DSPS office at the John Adams Center:

Monday-Thursday, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Closed Fridays
Closed for lunch daily between 12:00pm and 1:00

If you would like to schedule an appointment with a DSPS counselor or have general questions about our services, please contact our reception desk at the two phone numbers listed above.

Thank you for your interest in the DSPS. We look forward to working with you. See you soon.


News and Announcements

Take a Fun and Free Class!

The Disabled Students Programs and Services offers fun, useful, and engaging non-credit classes. And best of all they're free!

Click the link to see what we have to offer: Spring non-credit schedule.

Prior to attending DSPS classes, it is highly advised that students call a DSPS counselor to discuss the appropriateness of the class. Call us at 415-452-5481.

New Parking Regulations

The City College Police Department has discontinued the blue CCSF medical parking sticker. Therefore individuals with a CA DMV parking Placards (Red or Blue) do not have to register their placard with the campus police.
When the placard is properly displayed on the rear view mirror the vehicle can be parked for FREE in any
- faculty space
- student space
- blue zone
It is still illegal to park in any of the following:
- red zone
- yellow zone
- passenger drop off
- striations adjacent to a blue zone

Access Guide

The CCSF Campus Access Guide helps students navigate throughout the campuses and centers within the CCSF district. You can find information there about renovation and construction updates, accessible paths, disabled-only parking, ramps, elevators and other disability-related features.

How To Register for Classes

Follow this step-by-step guide to register for classes online.


See a counselor!

All DSPS students are reminded to meet with a DSPS counselor at least twice a semester. Telephone appointments are available for students who cannot easily come to campus.

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