Welcome to the Mission Campus! Whether you are interested in learning English, improving your job skills, working toward a degree, or learning for the joy of it, this is a great place to study.
The Admissions and Enrollment Office
Staff in the Admissions and Enrollment Office are here to help you start your educational journey at CCSF's Mission Campus. You are just a few steps away from a successful beginning.
Admissions and Enrollment Office Hours
Valencia Building, Room 110
- Monday 8:00am-5:00pm
- Tuesday 8:00am-5:00pm
- Wednesday 8:00am-5:00pm
- Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm
- Friday 8:00am-2:00pm
- Saturday closed
- Sunday closed
Studying as a Non-Credit Student
Step 1: Complete a CCSF Non-Credit Application online in English, Chinese, or Español, or come to the Admissions and Enrollment Office, room 110, to complete a paper form.
Step 2: If you plan to study English as a Second Language (ESL), you will need to sign up for a Placement Test through the Admissions and Enrollment Office, room 110. Other non-credit programs may not require this step.
Step 3: At the end of your placement test, you will participate in a brief New Student Orientation. Online Orientation is also available.
Step 4: Talk with a Counselor about your educational plans and goals. If you took a placement test, the counselor will give you the results and assist you in choosing your classes. Counselors are located in rooms 115-120.
Step 5: Register for classes in the Admissions and Enrollment Office, room 110.
Studying as a Credit Student
Step 1: Complete a CCSF Credit Application online, or come to the Admissions and Enrollment Office, room 110, for assistance.
Once admitted, you will receive email information regarding your Web4 student account, CCSF email account, and the steps below.
Step 2: Take the English/ESL and Math Placement Tests or speak to a Counselor about alternate methods of accessing transfer-level classes. Testing Schedules can be found on the Testing webpage or you can attend an All-in-One Day.
Step 4: Talk with a Counselor about your educational plans and goals. This can happen during an All-in-One Day or you can visit a counselor in rooms 115-120.
Further information about the Matriculation / Enrollment Process .
IMPORTANT: Students holding B1/B2 Visas are restricted by federal law from enrolling in Credit or Non-Credit courses.