Campus Resources

Occupational Interest Survey

Take this survey hosted by the Office of Vocational Education at the City College of San Francisco to match your interests to the career and technical education programs at CCSF.

Family Resource Center

Located in the Student Union on campus, the Family Resource Center provides supervised children's activities, use of computers, information about CalWORKs and peer mentoring.

Career Development and Placement Center

CDPC is on campus and provides career planning and job information services to students and alumni.

Career Connection

Career Connection provides job listings and other resources for job seekers and employers.


Homeless/At-Risk Transitional Students Program (HARTS) is dedicated to creating paths out of poverty and homelessness.


Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a counseling and special services program designed to assist low income at risk students by facilitating their enrollment at the community college and providing services to promote their retention, graduation, transfer and employment.

Student Health Center

All credit students can use the facility for health related issues.