Student Completion & Resources

Goals

To put the central focus on student course completion, degree/certificate and transfer success. We aim to serve as a bridge to connect students to academic counselors.

The Student Completion tab will serve as an information hub for resources and services offered by City College of San Francisco to assist students in their academic and career pursuits. Working alongside with the Research and Planning Department to identify students who are close to completing their degrees or certificates, Course Completion aims to provide direct student support services. If you are new to this site page or would like a quick refresher about how to navigate this page, click here. Please note that for this link, it is best to view it on the Google Chrome or Firefox.

The Completion Coordinator will also coordinate with academic counselors supporting the Multicultural Retention Centers, DSPS, Veterans, and Guardian Scholars. By reaching out to students who are degree and certificate ready, our goal is to close the graduation and achievement gap among all students in CCSF.

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Fall 2018 Petitions Due

Are you graduating soon or planning to transfer to a CSU or UC? If you are, please be aware of the deadline to submit your degree petitions. Thursday, October 4th is the last day to file a petition to receieve an Associate of Arts or Science Transfer Degree (AA-T/AS-T) for students transferring to a CSU in Spring 2019.

It is the last day to petition to recieve an Associates Degree, Certificate or Award of Achievement. You must see a counselor before submitting your petition to make sure you have completed all necessary requirements.

Student Events 

Fall 2018 Completion & Resources Workshop

Drop by at any of these dates and times:

Ocean Campus:

Monday, September 17 (2-3pm), Conlan Hall Rm 3*

Friday September 21 (12-1pm), Conlan Hall Rm 3*

Tuesday, September 25 (1-2pm), Conlan Hall Rm 3*

*In Conlan Hall, take the staircase or elevator that leads to the basement (can be accessed next to Admissions & Registratation Office)

Mission Center:

Friday, September 21 (4-5pm), Room 473

John Adams Center:

Tuesday, September 25 (4-5pm), Room 228  

Drop by to learn how to complete your graduation tracker and get references to various CCSF student resources/services to help support you in not only coursework, but to help support you in your degree/certificate/transfer progress.

Please RSVP HERE because seats are limited for the Ocean Campus workshops. 

If you cannot make it to any of these workshop dates, feel free to make a 1-on-1 appointment based on your availability here

 

Fall 2018

Degree/Certificate Completion & Student Resources Drop-In Info Sessions

Drop in at any time during any of these dates and times:

Wednesday, July 11 at 12pm-1:30pm

Friday, July 13 at 11am-12:30pm

Tuesday, July 17 at 2pm-3:30pm

Thursday, July 19 at 5pm-6pm 

This drop-in info session can help get you informed on the degree/certificate petition process! Have any questions about where you stand in terms of your degree or certificate process? Drop by with any questions you have and we will provide you with information and/or references for your next steps.

Students can also drop by to get information on locating CCSF student resources. Whether you need assistance with finding health services offered by the campus, or where to get financial or transportation resources, drop by and we can help find the best services and resources specifically for you!

All sessions will be held in Rosenberg Library in Room 217 - inside the Learning Assistance Center (walk down to the second level of the library). 

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Degree/Certificate Workshop (MUB 251)

Wednesday, February 14, 2018: 11am - 2pm or

Tuesday, February 20, 2018: 1pm - 2pm

This workshop caters to an array of information for CCSF students. This workshop explains the different types of pathways offered by the college, the process and requirements for completing a degree or certificate, as well as an introduction to a tool for students to keep track of their academic progress. We will have an academic counselor available for any academic specific questions, and will also have a speaker to talk on behalf of the commencement ceremony and purchasing commencement merchandise.

*This workshop has passed, however if interested in the content, there is a link on the right hand column titled, "Degree/Certificate Completion Workshop".

Graduation/Certificate Workshop