History

San Francisco City College

City College of San Francisco (CCSF), was founded in 1935 and serves the academic and vocational needs of students in the City and County of San Francisco. CCSF has a student population of over 60,000 full and part-time students. In 2017, San Francisco announced a two-year "Free City College" pilot program allowing residents to only pay enrollment fees for courses. Although this program has greatly benefited residents, no permanent funding exist. San Francisco City College has helped many people attain associates degrees, industry certifications, and transfers to four year universities. This College changes lives and is an essential part of longterm workforce development.
 

What does the CCSF Board of Trustees do?

The San Francisco City College Board of Trustees is responsible for overseeing school budget, broadening the impact of equity/inclusion, working directly with with the College Chancellor, and managing long term planning.

The CCSF institutional goals: 

  • Improving the student experience

  • Institutionalize equity, improve communication

  • Strengthen credit and noncredit programs

  • Improve operation of the College

  • Strengthen community

  • Education, and industry partnerships

  • Maintain, improve and build facilities

  • Expand and encourage opportunities for professional development. 

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