New High School Students

CCSF Arts Bldg
Science Building
Diego Rivera

Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Process for

2019

 

Deadline to submit documentation:

Spring 2019:

Semester begins:  January 14th, 2019

Deadline Date to submit High School paperwork: January 9th, 2019 by 4:00 p.m

Online Registration Date:on or after December 18th, 2018 

 

Summer 2019:

Semester begins:  June 10th, 2019

Deadline Date to submit High School paperwork: June 6th, 2019 by 4:00 p.m

Online Registration Date:on or after May 6, 2019 

 

 Forms can be submitted via- scan/email to hsenroll@ccsf.edu, in-person at Admissions and Records- Conlan Hall 107 or via fax at 415-239-3936

Requirements:

  • Have cumulatively earned 120 High School Credits

Step 1

CCSF ONLINE APPLICATION

Complete & submit your CCSF Concurrent High School On-line Application.   

Important Notices:

  1. Please indicate a first, second, third and fourth choice for the course selection on the Permission/Consent Form, before submission. 
  2. It is the students responsibility to make and maintain a copy of all records before submission.

 

Step 2

MEET WITH YOUR HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELOR

Your High School Counselor will advise/ recommend college course (s). Please have principal, counselor or school designee sign the High School Concurrent Enrollment Permission/Consent Form.

Step 3

ORIENTATION ONLINE, ASSESMENT AND CCSF COUNSELING SERVICES

A. High School Students are strongly encouraged to complete the online orientation. The orientation introduces you to some of the essential programs, services and procedures at the college.

B. Due to the passage of law  AB  705, which provides several new options to students to receive English and Math course placement, students may use their end of 11th grade U.S. high school data to be placed into transfer-level English and Math courses.

Please visit the AB 705 webpage for more information.

C. If you would like to take advantage of our CCSF counseling services please call (415) 239-3296 or (415) 452-5235 for office hours and locations, counselors meet with students on a drop-in basis. Please bring the following:

  • Concurrently Enrolled High School Student Matriculation "orange"  card obtained from Admissions and Records Conlan Hall 107.
  • A copy of completed and signed High School Concurrent Enrollment Permission/Consent Form.
  • Official High School Transcript

D.  In accordance with federal and State Law, Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) provides counseling, academic accomodatiions, suport 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 ore information.

Step 4

SUBMIT DOCUMENTS TO ADMISSIONS & RECORDS: 

Please submit documents to the Office of Admissions and Records, in person at 50 Phelan Avenue, Conlan Hall, Room 107, email to hsenroll@ccsf.edu, or fax to 415-239-3936.

Step 5

ENROLL IN COURSE(S) VIA STUDENT ONLINE PORTAL WEB4

Once  you submit all required and completed documentation, your registration date will be activated. On or after that date,log in to Web4  with your CCSF student ID# and pin number and follow the Add/Drop process.

Online Registration dates:

Spring 2019: on or after December 18th, 2018

Summer 2019: on or after May 6th, 2019 

 

Admissions and Records will use the information on the submitted Permission/Consent form to give you Web4 authorization to add course(s) online. However, if course(s) is full/closed, please follow the Add/Drop Procedures. If you wish to add different course(s) during the ADD/DROP period, you must submit a new signed Permission/Consent form.

 

ADD PROCEDURE: You will be assigned a registration date every semester that you are an active student.  On or after this date you can log on to your Web4 student account and add classes you have been approved to take.  For instructions on adding and dropping courses using Web4 please go to Web4 Add/Drop Instructions .  

If the course you are interested in has a wait list, you may add yourself to the waitlist.  Please follow these instructions to do so:   Wait List Information .

To explain error messages you may recieve while registering please click here.

Once the first day of the course has begun, any students who wish to register for that course must attend the first day of class and communicate with the instructor.  If the instructor has space in the class for you they will provide you with a four digit add code.  You can use this add code to add the class via your Web4 student account.

Note: Course Subject name and Course Number must match with the information on the submitted Permission/Consent Form. If for any reason, you are not able to add the approved course and to want to enroll in a different course you must complete and submit a new Permission/Consent Form.