Continuing Credit/Noncredit Students
If you need a refresher, please scroll down to review the steps to register for courses.
New and Readmit Credit Students or
New Noncredit Students
Registration means enrolling in courses at CCSF.
New Credit students need to apply to CCSF, complete the Online Orientation, and attend New Student Counseling BEFORE you can register for classes.
Readmit Credit students who have been away for more than one year must reapply. Students who have completed the Online Orientation and New Student Counseling are not required to complete these steps again
New Noncredit students need to apply to CCSF, take a placement test, and meet with a counselor.
After you have completed those steps, come back, and review the registration information below.
Due to the recent COVID-19 health pandemic and the shift to remote learning and services, CCSF wants to support students as much as possible to cross the finish line and complete their academic goals. In order to further promote flexibility and support, CCSF will allow students to request a "Pass/No Pass" (P/NP) grading option for Fall 2020. Students will be able to change their current grading option to Pass/No Pass by selecting this option within myRAM by November 20, 2020 for full term courses. For not full term courses P/NP will be extended to 90% of the course length. Because changing to a P/NP grade may have transfer and/or licensure requirement implications, students are strongly encouraged to meet with a counselor before changing a class to P/NP.
For Fall 2020 students will be able to withdraw from classes without getting a W on their transcripts. Students will see an EW grade on transcripts. An EW grade will have no impact on GPA, academic standing or repeat impacts. Students can use the normal withdraw process through myRAM to drop. The College applied this to any student who withdrew from classes after the announcement of the suspension of face-to-face classes. The deadline to withdraw from a course with an EW - Excused Withdraw is November 20th for full term course - is 90% of the course length for not full term course.
Students who withdraw will not be invoiced for any enrollment fees, and will be refunded any enrollment fees that they had paid.
What if students who had been getting a Free City grant drop a class? Will they owe money?
Students will not owe money for any Free City grant money received.
Will students be able to repeat courses that are dropped with a EW?
Yes, students who drop courses with a EW have the option to repeat it, a petition to repeat may be required if the student has taken this course more than once.