Who is City College of San Francisco?

With an average student age of 33, City College embraces every ethnic population and neighborhood of San Francisco. One can attend classes at any of twelve campuses or 100 community locations. The best return on investment of any educational institution in California, the current cost per unit is just $46.00. Your investment in “City” is an investment in San Francisco’s future.

54% of eligible San Francisco voters or members of their families attends or attended CCSF*

Percentage of eligible San Francisco voters or members of their families who attends or has attended CCSF*

One out of every seven residents of San Francisco has either taken a class at CCSF or has hired a CCSF student*

One out of every seven residents of San Francisco has either taken a class at CCSF or has hired a CCSF student*

*From a 2009 poll of registered San Francisco voters

Working to close the Achievement Gap

Working to close the Achievement Gap

Two-thirds of the students who come to CCSF exit within the first year. CCSF is committed to decreasing the drop out rate and closing the achievement gap.

CCSF educates ~74,000 students annually, including:

22,470 students in English as a Second Language
19,891 students in Vocational Trade Skills
15,941 students in Basic Skills programs
8,977 students in Business and Technology courses
6,763 students in Art & Music courses
5,478 students in Foreign Language courses
4,227 students in Child Development Training
3,736 students of all ages in Wellness Education programs
2,783 students in Nursing & Health Care Training
684 students in Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management
CCSF Continues on Path to Maintain Accreditation more »

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