Student Services for Online Learners
CCSF offers many support services for distance learners.
Looking for a CCSF service that is not listed here? Let us know by calling the Educational Technology Department at (415) 239-3885.
Online Course Support Center
For Technical support please visit the Online Course Support Center.
Admissions and Records
- Admissions Applications
- Records and Transcripts
- Petitions and Forms
Website: Admissions and Records
If you need help with the Apply Online (credit) application, please contact- OPEN CCC at 1 (877) 247-4836 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Web4 Student Online Information System
Use this website to register, make payments, view academic records, financial aid, and personal information on file.
Phone number: (415) 452-5101
- Financial Aid Information
- Student Submission of Forms
Website: Financial Aid
Phone number: (415) 239-3577
If you are a student selected for verification by the Financial Aid Office, documentation can be submitted via WEB4. Any other financial aid required documentation may be submitted via Fax: 415-239-3917 for distance learners.
Matriculation and Counseling
- Placement Testing
Website: Take a Placement Test
Phone number: (415) 239-3124
- Initial Counseling
- Education Planning
Website: Student Counseling
If you would like to schedule a phone or online appointment with a counselor please call (415) 452-5235 or (415) 239-3296.
To make an in person appointment online, click here.
Library and Learning Resources
If you have a question about ebooks, library services or need research help with a school assignment you can contact the library by calling, emailing, chatting (instant messaging), and visiting in-person. Visit Ask a Librarian for specific information.
The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) provides many valuable resources for students including NetTutor an online tutoring service, and College Success Courses including LERN 55 an online course for successfull online learning.
Book Store and Course Materials
Website: CCSF Bookstore
Interclub Council has information for CCSF students including how to start a club, meeting dates and contact information.
Access to Complaints, Grievances, & Student Rights & Responsibilities
Grievances at a Glance
No qualified individual with a disability shall be denied on the
basis of that disability, the benefits of, be excluded from
participation in or otherwise be subject to discrimination under any
City College of San Francisco programs, services or activities,
subject to applicable law.
Students who need academic accommodations should request them from Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) located in the Rosenberg Library Room 323. Telephone: 415-452-5481 (V), 415-452-5451 (TDD) or use California Relay Service. DSPS is responsible for verifying and assessing disability-related need for academic accommodations and for planning accommodations in cooperation with students and instructors as needed and consistent with course requirements.
Student Health Services