CCSF is currently operating on a remote basis and buildings are not accessible at this time. During this time, Student Affairs are modifying services to be able to continue to support you remotely. For college wide updates, please read COVID-19 Updates and Plans to Return to Campus. Visit the CCSF Virtual Campus to find information about our remote services.

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People Helping People

There are thousands of people with disabilities at City College of San Francisco. Impairments in mobility, vision, hearing, and speech; and less obvious problems such as learning disabilities, psychological disorders, and developmental disabilities. Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) are here to support all students with disabilities during their time at City College. 

How DSPS Works
The DSPS Team
Your Partners at CCSF
The DSPS staff consists of faculty members, counselors, disability specialists, technology and media specialists, instructional assistants, interpreters, and office staff. They are people you can work with to plan support services that will help you move toward your goals.
DSPS Counselors
Academic and Personal Support
Our counselors have specific expertise in disabilities, including disability entitlements. These entitlements include accommodations, which are designed to give you an equal opportunity in the college setting (e.g., extended time for tests, a quiet testing environment, Braille, or electronic text).
Ensuring Your Equal Opportunity
After verifying a student's disability, the counselor will recommend appropriate accommodations. Counselors also help students identify their academic and career goals and develop necessary coping strategies. Besides English, counseling is provided in Russian, Chinese, Spanish, and American Sign Language.
Temporary Change to Our Services
During CCSF’s period of closed campus access, Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) is not conducting business in person. Please use our Remote Services (counselors available via phone, email, or Zoom) during this time.

Email contact:
Phone: (415) 452-5481 (currently voicemail only)