Transfer Pathways

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Metro helps first-generation, low-income and/or historically underrepresented CCSF students transfer into a university and become leaders in their communities. Metro students are placed in a small community of peers who take two or three general education courses together each semester. Metro students receive tutoring, advising and support in developing strong academic skills.


Innovative transfer pathway with social justice focus. Tutoring, mentoring, and accelerated learning approaches

Contact: Cris at 415-452-5237

Project Survive

Support community organized around anti-violence education. Linked core courses leading to transfer, degree  or Sexual Health Educator certificate.

Contact: Amber Straus |


Transfer Pathway exploring the Mexican American/Latino experience. Tutoring, mentoring, counseling and special events

Contact: Geogoria Cahill |

Writing Success Project

Career counseling and coaching to improve writing skills. Provides priority registration, tutors, study sessions, and help with scholarships and transfer applications. Yearly