Student Information & Resources

Class Transferability

The Health Education department offers a wide range of courses on topics related to general health and wellness.  Many of these courses have no prerequisites, are transferable to the CSU or UC system, and help students meet graduation requirements for an Associate's degree from CCSF.  They provide engaging, interactive ways to learn about health for oneself and the community - both personal health and public health.  Coursese are offered for a variety of schedules - day, evenings and weekends, and also online.

Learn more about these courses here, or in the CCSF Catalog

Many of our more popular courses are offered with multiple sections - including HLTH 33, HLTH 53, HLTH 25, HLTH 27 and HLTH 54. In addition to these five core courses, we offer a variety of classes that serve as a good introduction to health education or give you an immersion in a specific health topic.

For a full list of courses, please see the CCSF Catalog or this semester's Class Schedule.

Class Registration

How do I register for classes?

First of all, make sure you are enrolled in the college.  If you are new to the college, or have been away for a few semesters, fill out an application here.

Check your official CCSF email for notice of your registration appointment.  On that day or any day after, you can go to Web4 to add classes.  The Class Schedule is where you can find what courses are available and their CRN numbers, which you need for registration.

If you have any difficulties with registration, check with a CCSF counselor or contact the Admissions & Records office for more information.


What if the class is full?

Many classes do fill up - yet sometimes a space may open up later.  To get into a class that is full, try this:

  • Check back frequently in Web4 in case someone has dropped and there is room in the class, or on the wait list.
  • Contact the instructor to let him or her know that you want to add.  Ask for an add code, although most instructors will not give an add code until after they see how many people show up for class.
  • Attend the class, on time and prepared to participate, for the first week of class.  Bring a copy of your registration date to show the instructor.
  • Check out other sections of the course or similar courses, as a back-up option.

All these steps can increase your chances of getting into the class. Sometimes, even if you do all these things, we simply cannot accommodate all the students who want to take a given course.  In that case, try again the next semester.

On-Campus Resources

Childcare Services

Ocean Child Development Lab (Located behind the library)
BNGL 212-213
Pre-school - Full & half day
Mon, Wed, & Fri: 9:00am - 11:00am

CPR Classes are no longer offered in the Health Education Department but are offered through Health Care Technology and Child Development and Family Studies.

Gender Diversity Project

MUB 301; Link Center

Family Resource Center
Upper Level of the Student Union
Office Hours Mon - Fri 9AM-3PM

HARTS; Homeless At-Risk Transitional Students
CLoud Hall 205 or Student Union, Martin Luther
King Center, Room B,

LAC; Learning Assistance Center
Tutoring & Writing Success Project
Rosenberg Library 207

LINK Center
Student Resource Center, Computer Lab (Printing), and HIV/STI Testing Referrals
MUB 301

Mental Health Services in San Francisco
Free/affordable community health services for students.
Student Health Center 100

Metro Transfer Academy Resource Room
For both Metro and non-Metro students/ Computer lab, printing, and Metro resources.
MUB 338

Peer Career Mentor Program (PCM)
MUB 301C; Link Center

Project SAFE
Student Club promoting HIV/STI prevention and education
MUB 301; Link Center

Project Survive
Domestic Violence prevention and peer education
Cloud Hall 402A

Queer Resource Center
Serves Trans &/Queer students
Bungalow 201

Student Health Services
Health and Psychological Services. Individual, alcohol and substance counseling available
Student Health Center 100

Students Supporting Students
Student Union 203

Serves formerly incarcerated women
MUB 301C; Link Center

Women’s Resource Center
Smith Hall 103 & 104

PCM; Peer Career Mentor Program
MUB 301C; Link Center
452- 7225


African American Scholastic Program
Rosenberg Library 209

Asian Pacific American Students Success Program
Batmale Hall 208

Career Development Center
MUB 101

DSPS; Disabled Students Program and Services

Rosenberg Library 323

EOPS; Extended Opportunity Program and Services
EOPS Building (Located behind Smith Hall)

ESL Center for Language and Academic Development (CLAD)
Multi-Use Building 149

Filipino American Student Success Program (TULAY)
Cloud Hall 363

Latino/Latina Service Network

Cloud Hall 364

Link Center
Student resource center, computer lab, HIV/STI testing referrals
MUB 301

Queer Resource Center
BNGL 201

Scholarship Office
MUB 130B

Veteran’s Resource Center

Cloud Hall 332


Continuing Student Counseling or Re-entry to Education Program
BNGL 606, ART 201, CLOU 207, SH 106, and MUB 39
452-5235 or 452-5249

Financial Aid Counseling

Cloud Hall 324

International Student Counseling
MUB 125 (Enter via MUB 101)

Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Counseling
Cloud Hall 207

New Student Counseling
Conlan Hall 205

Transfer Counseling

Science Hall 132

Veteran’s Counseling and Educational Benefits Program
Cloud Hall 333