Events

Bridge to Success: Building a bridge from preschool to a postsecondary degree for all San Francisco youth.

EARLY REGISTRATION PARTIES

On Tuesday, June 26th, hundreds of recent SFUSD graduates gathered at SFUSD high schools to register for fall courses at City College of San Francisco. An “Early Registration Party” was held at George Washington High School, Burton High School, Galileo High School, Mission High School, Independence High School, and City College to aid students in understanding how to enroll in courses and allowed for students to receive priority registration a day earlier than non-SFUSD students. The matriculation process can be difficult and confusing so early registration and support at the parties helped to make the the process smoother and more encouraging for incoming City College students.

See a party in action from the following news coverage:

http://www.ktvu.com/videos/news/san-francisco-college-students-gather-at-early/vcW29/

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FRISCO DAY

FRISCO Day is an annual event held in spring to help all San Francisco Unified School District graduating seniors’ enroll in college, learn about financial literacy, develop support systems and build relationships with other students to help them complete the transition to college. CLICK HERE to learn more about FRISCO Day.

2012 PARENT NIGHT

City College Parent Night: How can college be a bridge to your child’s success?

When? Thursday, April 26, 2012 from 6:30-8:30pm

Where? At City College of San Francisco, Ocean Campus, 50 Phelan Avenue, SF in the Multi-Use Building in Room 140

* Accessible via BART (Balboa Station) and MUNI (9x, 9AX, 9BX to Phelan Loop, 29 to Ocean & Lee St, 43 to Ocean/Phelan Campus) lines
* Parking is FREE
* Dinner provided
* Raffle for prizes

Please join this information session (in English and Spanish) for parents and families to learn about all that City College has to offer.

Community college is for:

  • job preparation
  • people who want to transfer to a university
  • people who need access to affordable higher education
  • ESL students
  • Students who want a short, technical path to a career