CCSF $500 Fulltime Incentive Grant
Are you a full-time student (enrolled in 12 or more units) and part of a student support program (VRC is a retention program at CCSF)? You may be eligible for a $500 grant this fall. Fill out the application in your CCSF Ram ID Portal before September 4th.
CCSF Retention/Transfer Programs & Student Support Centers
The mission of the Athletics Program at City College of San Francisco is to provide opportunities and resources for all student-athletes to achieve their academic and athletic goals. CCSF Athletics prepares successful members of society by promoting character development, instilling accountability, encouraging self-discipline, and teaching life-long learning skills in the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence.
CalWORKs is a student serving program that provides essential support services that enables students to complete their educational goals, find substantial employment, and successfully enter the workforce. Through collaboration and advocacy with the College and community partners, CalWORKs prepares students to secure their futures with an education and obtain self-sufficiency.
City DREAM is a resource center for undocumented students, students from mixed status families, and all students affected by immigration or citizenship issues. City DREAM will continue to grow as a welcoming and dedicated student hub to ensure the success of our undocumented students.
Disabled Students Programs & Services – DSPS
The overall mission of DSPS is to provide exemplary instruction, support services and access to students with disabilities. DSPS will support students with disabilities in educationally related activities consistent with the mission and vision of CCSF and in compliance with federal and state laws.
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services – EOPS
The mission of EOPS is to serve low-income and educationally disadvantaged students by providing academic support services to assist students in achieving their educational goals.
Family Resource Center
The mission of the Family Resource Center mission is to build a community of student parents that: supports through understanding, advocates through experience, and empowers through education.
The Guardian Scholars Program is committed to helping current and former foster youth college-bound students complete their educational goals in areas such as: Associate Degree, Transfer, and Certificates by providing comprehensive support services.
Homeless At-Risk Transitional Students Program – HARTS
The mission of the Homeless At-Risk Transitional Students Program (HARTS) is to remove barriers to academic success for students who are experiencing or are at risk of experiencing housing insecurity.
Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement – MESA
The mission of the MESA program at City College of San Francisco is to provide economically disadvantaged students who are majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics with the tools to excel academically, and to assist with transferring to four-year institutions in calculus-based majors.
Metro Transfer Program
The Metro Transfer Program (Metro) was developed to support students to transfer in a timely manner and gain the skills necessary to succeed in college and find a meaningful career. Metro scholars receive personalized support for college success and take general education courses together, build close relationships with classmates and faculty, and get additional support in preparation for transfer.
Asian Pacific American Student Success Program – APASS
The mission of APASS is to support Asian and Pacific Islander students in pursuit of academic success through early intervention and effective support services; promote individual growth and personal success through a culturally sensitive environment; recognize cultural diversity within the Asian and Pacific Islander communities; and foster unity within the college community and beyond.
Latino Services Network – LSN
LSN is a network of programs, services and individuals dedicated to the success of Latinos at City College of San Francisco.
Tulay/Filipino American Student Success Program
The mission of Tulay is to provide culturally relevant, student-centered services, and experience to support success. Our partnerships with various resources seek to empower students by promoting healthy identity formation and a strong sense of community. Tulay students become advocates for themselves, their community, and their education.
UMOJA/African American Scholastic Program
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.
VASA/Oceania Student Success Program
VASA/Oceania Student Success Program is to support Pacific Island and all CCSF students in pursuit of academic success through comprehensive, culturally specific, multilingual education programs and services that promote successful learning and student achievement in a multicultural environment. VASA collaborates with other academic departments and community-based organizations to offer other services consistent with its primary mission. Its program also offers link courses in English, Math, College Success, and Critical Pacific Island Studies.
Academic support program for formerly incarcerated and justice impacted students. New Directions provides services to support participants' transition to our college community by providing academic counseling, financial aid information, and career exploration to successfully navigate the CCSF and make informed decisions regarding their educational goals.
The Puente Program was historically designed to increase the number of Latino students who enroll in four-year colleges and universities, earn college degrees and return to the community as mentors and leaders to future generations. Puente is open to all students. The Puente Program at City College of San Francisco has been recognized as #1 in California for a 62% UC transfer rate.
Queer Resource Center – QRC
The intention of The Queer Resource Center (QRC) is to provide a safe, open, and confidential atmosphere where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students and their allies can gather openly and discuss relevant issues. The Queer Resource provides opportunity to create community, get vital health literature and information, and help with academic planning, LGBT scholarship prospects and educational goals. The QRC as a CCSF Resource extends its services to the CCSF Community.
Students Supporting Students – S cube
Students Supporting Students (S cube) is a student initiated program established to provide peer mentoring, course retention, and community service for under-served communities at CCSF. S cube’s mission is to increase the transfer rates of students to four-year universities and to empower marginalized students and communities on campus.
The mission of the CCSF Veterans Educational Services (VETS) Office is to serve veteran students with the highest level of support and dedication in order to enhance the successful transition from military life into a chosen field or career through education.
Women's Resource Center
The Women's Resource Center is a safe place that provides information to women about resources available to them both on and off campus. The Center houses a lending library of nearly 1,000 books by and about women's issues. It sponsors campus-wide events and hosts various healing programs. The Center is run by students who work closely with a faculty advisor from the Women’s and Gender Studies department.
Working Adult Degree Program – WADP:
WADP is designed to make college more accessible and manageable. WADP supports students who are working full time, are parents, and/or have other commitments during the day. WADP students are part of a transformative learning community that is supportive and committed to their success.
Writing Success Project – WSP: