Student Completion & Resources
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.
The Completion Coordinator will also coordinate with academic counselors which include 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.
Have an immediate need for student resources or services? You can either fill out the form (red box below) requesting the resources you are seeking, or you can set up an appointment to meet with me 1-on-1.
For 1-on-1 appointments, we can:
- Work together to create a personalized student resource list specific to your academic or career needs in order to build your support network while at City College
- View completion tools to help support you and keep you on track of your goals
- Talk about the Digital Literacy Project (DLP) and the ways in which we can help be of support with some technology-related inquiries. For more information on the DLP please see the section below
The Digital Literacy Project (DLP)
DLP is focused on providing students with resources on accessing and using technology for academic success. Our three main services are:
1) Workshops to support with academic success and preparation for a tech-driven world
2) Laptops for: 4-hour checkouts or 1-week rentals
3) Canvas System learning to support students enrolled in Hybrid Courses
Students can begin applying for scholarships through ScholarshipUniverse (on Web4) starting January 6:
- Start preparing your personal statements
- Begin seeking letters of recommendations
- Familiarize yourself with specific scholarrship detalils - each scholarship has different requirements
SOCIAL JUSTICE INTERNSHIP FAIR
Join the IDST 300: Social Justice Work Experience Internship (CRN 33135) for a night to learn about community employers, job openings, internships, and volunteer opportunities. Click here to see the list of confirmed employers who will be in attendance.
Tuesday January 21st, 4:30pm-5:30pm
Multi-Use Building (MUB) 240
EVANS CENTER RESUME WORKSHOP
Visit the resume workshop hosted on Evans Center to learn about tips for creating effective resumes. Get a chance to work on your own during the event. For more information, check out their flyer here.
Wed. Jan. 29, 4:30-6:30pm, Room 253 (Evans Center)
Tue. Feb. 18, 4:30-6:30pm, Room 253 (Evans Center)
$500 Full-Time Incentive Grant
$500 grants are available for eligible full-time students who complete the certification form on Scholarship Universe by January 24, 2020. Funding is limited and grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, so APPLY SOON!
Family Resource Center (Mission Campus)
CCSF's Mission Center has finally opened its Family Resource Center!Their goal is to build a community of student parents and allow for a space to feel supported and empowered. You can view their flyer in English and Spanish, here. The center's hours are open:
Monday through Thursday, 8am-12pm
Tuesday and Thursdays will be open 5:30pm-8:30pm
Foundation Promise Scholarship
Free City and the State's California Promise programs are wonderful support for making community college tuition free. In partnership with the Metro Transfer Academies, students graduating from a San Francisco high school in Spring 2020 will be elligible to win a merit based $10,000 scholarship. Please visit this link for more information on the eligibility requirements. Application deadline is on May 1, 2020.
SMAC's Digital Action Hub (DAHUB)
Students Making a Change (SMAC) invites CCSF students to drop by their newly opened off-campus resource center. Created by students, for students, DAHUB is open for students to come in for study sessions, mentorship, and to have access to a space to build community. The center has free food, WiFi, printing, a microwave, and more. View the flyer here.
35 San Juan Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122
Open Monday-Thursday, 3pm-8pm
If you are looking for a place to study, check out their flyer for midterm support at DAHUB, here.