These programs and services were initially designed to assist African American students; however, because of the richness of the program, UMOJA/AASP now assists a diverse student population. If you're interested in becoming a member of the Umoja Community, you can join by completing the Umoja Enrollment Application.
Historically Black Colleges & Universities Transfer Program
Peer Mentoring program
The HBCU Transfer Program is designed to provide CCSF students the opportunity to attend and graduate from CCSF, then transfer as a junior to a HBCU of their choice. CCSF/HBCU transfer students will participate in a collaborative learning environment while earning a General Education Associate Degree and completing transfer requirements. The program provides a variety of support services that include individual and group counseling and student mentoring.
Please contact the UMOJA/AASP Counselors for more information.
The Program provides peer mentoring for high school and CCSF Students enrolled in African American Scholastic Programs. Students enrolled in the CCSF/High School program are mentored by City College making a successful transition from high school to college.
- Concurrent/Dual Enrollment Programs
- Gateway to College
- High School Outreach Programs
- Transfer Counseling Department
UMOJA/AASP provides academic, career and personal counseling to all students who utilize UMOJA/AASP programs and services. Students meet with academic counselors on a regular basis to create educational and career plans and monitor their progress. Counselors are available by appointment or drop-in sessions. Counselors' schedules are available in Rosenberg Library R209. Call us at 415-452-5315.
The UMOJA/AASP computer lab is located in Rosenberg Library R209. Students may utilize the computer lab to complete homework assignments or perform internet research for various courses. The computer lab is available for student use during hours of operation.