Campus Resources

San Francisco, CA
Tuition (in-state)
$6,270 ($1,238)
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4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Some of the buildings are a little old looking but there is evidence they are trying to make it more modern and offer lots of activities and clubs

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: Wireless is not always reliable

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: I don't have much experiences with American colleges. I like CCSF, is small, cozy, and provides all the services that I need. The wellness center is new and in great condition. The library offers an ok book selection from multiple topics. A new recently opened cafe provides great food and nice atmosphere.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: There are a lot of computer labs. Printing is also available, with ok prices. I never had any problem with the network.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: there are many reliable resources at my school . It is easy to get what your looking for.


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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 5th
    Best Recreational Facilities
  • 262nd
    Best Dining Options
  • 1285th
    Best Research Labs
  • 1525th
    Best Discount Software

Student Author OverviewWhat's This?

City College offers a variety of student support resources. Although the library on the main Ocean campus does not boast of an extensive collection, it is nonetheless a valuable source of information, offering periodicals, books, textbooks, computers, and printers. The staff is supportive, friendly, and generally helpful, unless they are overwhelmed during the peak periods right before midterms and finals. Along with the library, the Learning Assistance Center is another excellent resource where students can get help from student tutors on a variety of subjects. Other resources that cater to students include the EOPS program (Extended Opportunity Program and Services), the APASS program that helps Asian Pacific American students, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), and the WSP (Writing Success Project). CCSF also has a Veterans Educational Benefits Office that offers counseling services and other academic support to veterans. 

Many of the campus resources not only enhance academic performance, but they also foster "community." However, the campus itself is pretty old and rundown, and renovations usually come very slowly. With the recent state budget cut on education, renovations and new facilities seem unlikely in the near future. Many of the campus support programs have also been cut due to lack of funding. It is not rare to see a long line of students waiting for help at the understaffed Learning Assistance Center. Most students agree that more still needs to be done to make services and resources more accessible to the student body.

Facts & Statistics

Campus Library?
On-Campus Housing Available?
Day Care Available?
Special Computer Discounts
CCSF students can save on Apple computers and products through the school bookstore's Web site.
Unique Features
  • Hospitality: CCSF has the oldest two-year hospitality program in the country, as well as the oldest program of any kind establishing culinary arts.
  • Women's Lib: CCSF was the first college to train women as aircraft mechanics; the College also established one of the first women's studies programs.
Service & Maintenance Staff
Did You Know?
When getting the required textbooks for classes, students at City College have an additional option beyond buying books secondhand or borrowing them for a small fee from online book loan sites. Students at City College can borrow textbooks for free through the AS Book Loan program. They can check out the textbook at the beginning of the semester and return it at the end for free. The only problem is that not all textbooks are available, and there is sometimes a three- or four-hour wait in line.

Student Polls

How necessary is it to own a computer?      Based on 101 responses

  • 38% Very necessary. My classes require one, I take online classes, and/or the campus doesn't provide many computers.
  • 52% Sometimes necessary. Having your own is helpful, but computers are readily available on campus.
  • 10% Not very necessary. If I need a computer, I can go to one of the many computer labs on campus.

How student-friendly is the school's administration?    Based on 94 responses

  • 32% Not very. I feel like I am just a number here.
  • 68% Very friendly. I am treated like a real person here, not just a number.


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