Steps to Become a CCSF Student
Concurrent and Dual Credit High School Student
Semester begins: April 24, 2020
Online Registration Date: on or after April 30, 2020
Semester begins: August 15th, 2020
Online Registration Date: on or after May 29, 2020
How to Apply
Follow the steps below to begin taking Concurrent Enrollment classes. If you are applying for concurrent enrollment, you must have cumulatively earned 120 High School Credits.
Forms can be submitted via email to email@example.com.
Complete and submit the High School Permission Consent Parent Form
Your High School Counselor will advise/ recommend college course (s). Please have the principal, counselor or school designee sign the High School Concurrent Enrollment Permission/Consent Form. Please get a high school transcript from your counselor to provide to CCSF.
For questions, contact Admissions & Records (MUB Room 188) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are recommended to participate in the New Student Orientation that introduces you to essential programs, services and information to better prepare you before your first semester.
In accordance with Federal and State Law, Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) provides counseling, academic accommodations, support services, and classes for students with various physical, mental health, communication, and learning disabilities. Students wishing to receive services through DSPS should schedule an appointment to meet with a counselor. Services are confidential. Please call (415) 452-5481 for more information.
If you are approved to take courses other than English or Math or courses with no English or Math prerequisite, you may skip this step.
If you plan to take any English or Math courses or any courses with English or Math prerequisites, please submit your high school transcript and fill out a High School Data Form, the CCSF Admissions & Records will forward your high school transcript and data form to the Assessment Center and you will receive your appropriate English and Math placement based on your high school transcript data. Please check your CCSF email account for your placement report.
City College has established prerequisites and co-requisites to ensure that students have the skill level necessary to succeed in a course. If you wish to challenge a course prerequisite, please submit a prerequisite waiver form. You may also use the same form to challenge any course prerequisite that is not an English or Math course.
Please submit appropriate forms and supporting documents to the Assessment Center by:
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: (415) 452-5127
- In-Person in Conlan Hall 203
Online Registration dates for High School students:
- Summer 2020: on or after May 7th, 2020
- Fall 2020: on or after May 29th, 2020
Once you submit all required and completed documentation, your registration date will be activated. On or after that date, log in to myRAM Portal with your CCSF student ID# (if this is your first time logging in, do not put a password and click on the New To Ram ID box.)
Admissions and Records will use the information on the submitted Permission/Consent form to give you myRAM Portal authorization to add course(s) online.
- If course(s) is full/closed, please choose a different section of that course.
- If you wish to add a different course(s) during the ADD/DROP period, you must submit a new signed Permission/Consent form.
The new CCSF registration system will allow you to create a schedule that aligns with both your academic and non-academic life.
Please refer to the Registration Page for instructions on how to add classes and how to use the schedule planner.
After the semester begins, you can continue to add or drop classes using our Add/Drop Procedure.
Student Support Programs are here to help you reach your academic and personal goals!
Serve on the student council or one of the college's participatory governance committees! Learn how the college is run and make sure the student's voice is heard!
CCSF student life includes a variety of clubs which rally around everything from academics, art, culture, social causes, sports, hobbies, etc. Clubs provide an opportunity for students to meet people and build community, to help each other be successful. Students join and form clubs to share common interests, work on common goals and have fun!
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