UMOJA / African American
Scholastic Programs (AASP)
Providing orientation, counseling, mentoring, & cultural activities
*IMPORTANT UPDATE EFF. 3/30/2020*
To further limit the potential of COVID-19 spreading within our local community, City College of San Francisco temporarily suspended face to face student services and instruction effective Friday March 13–March 20. Student Services will use these days to prepare for the transition to remote delivery of student services on Monday March 30. Please note, CCSF will be closed for Spring Break March 23 – March 27.
For questions or to request assistance effective March 30 please contact:
- Phone: (415) 452-5315
The mission of the UMOJA/African American Scholastic Programs (AASP) is to provide its students with appropriate program services while demonstrating sensitivity and appreciation of different life situations and academic endeavors. AASP promotes student success and goal attainment through academic, career/vocational and personal counseling.
The programs and services are directed to underrepresented students to assist them in acquiring a high school diploma, and Associates of Arts/Science degree, transfer to a baccalaureate institution, obtain career information, grow through cultural enrichment and become lifelong learners.
These programs were initially designed to assist African American students; however, because of the richness of the program, UMOJA/AASP now assists a diverse student population.