College Senior 2013-11-06T01:29:10Z
if i could do it all over again i would have went to San Jose State University instead of CCSF
College Senior 2013-11-06T01:28:00Z
the teachers need major training on how to communicate better with students and leave their bias out
College Senior 2013-11-06T01:25:38Z
My school is okay, it needs major improvements
College Sophomore 2013-10-21T21:59:37Z
My school has a variety of different types of people like everywhere else. From people that does not know why they are here, to people that already know why they are here. Some of them have families while they are trying to maintain a good grade in school in which makes them hard workers, then there are young ambitious students that has goals to achieve while there are people that does not have goals, just yet. But I think they come here to find an answer in which I think, education is and gives.
College Sophomore 2013-10-21T21:47:32Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education my school offers is well worth my time and money. Financial Aid helped me paid much of my tuition portion in which was very helpful. And I believe that what I paid for will make a difference in my life in the future. At first, It was very difficult trying to sign up for Financial Aid, but the staffs helped guided me through the process and managed to get everything in. City College of San Francisco is always there for me.
College Sophomore 2013-10-21T21:37:40Z
I learned that City of College of San Francisco is a great school to be in. I had trouble trying to register for classes, but all the staffs were very supportive and they managed to give me a flexible schedule for me to work with. The down side is that before I moved here, I had attended another college and was not able to transfer all my credits over, unfortunately. But the support and convenience of the school leveled out everything else, and I'm happy to be learning here.
College Junior 2013-10-11T21:54:06Z
professors are always willing to help you in and out side of the classroom they are happy to answer any question you have and they love that. class registration is easy and well organized.
College Junior 2013-10-11T21:49:19Z
the computer lab is always full, everybody want to go there because the staff is very helpful. the library is an excellent place to study and you find all the information you need.
College Junior 2013-10-11T21:47:26Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
the financial aid department staff was very polite and they really helped me a lot, they guided me through the process and they also showed me how to fill out financial aid papers and scholarships.
College Junior 2013-10-11T21:42:44Z
the faculty staff is well prepared and they explain their classes in a way that the students understand the material and process the info more accurately. resources are a plus in my school.
College Junior 2013-10-11T21:39:51Z
THe campus is well organized, there are a lot of resources, tutors are excellent and you get helped easily. it is a good place to start.
College Sophomore 2013-10-05T15:52:39Z
Nobody knows how to help you with your common application. And for other applications the bureaucracy is really long. Teachers help with that though, school doesn't.
College Sophomore 2013-10-05T15:50:29Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition is cheap. FAFSA not so easy to get.
College Sophomore 2013-10-05T15:49:06Z
Commuter schools with very few people to connect with. Honestly for the most part people aren't very intelligent. Lots of asians who only hang out amongst themselves.
Recent Alumnus 2013-10-03T07:28:33Z
Don't really hear anything about them. I'm just a freshman for this fall 2013.
Recent Alumnus 2013-10-03T07:27:50Z
The class times are alright.
Recent Alumnus 2013-10-03T07:26:45Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I couldn't apply for FAFSA because my father said our income is too high but the group I'm in, Metro supports the Idea of getting support by FAFSA as much as it can.
College Senior 2013-09-16T23:56:33Z
I love my college experience at CCSF. I actually wish it was a four year school. They have a Veteran's alliance and resource center that helps veteran alot. All of my professors have been very helpful even offering to write recommendations for scholarships and transfer.
College Senior 2013-09-16T23:53:31Z
CCSF is great. They have alot of student resources to help you reach your educational goals.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-14T16:40:55Z
Teachers are ALWAYS willing to work with you to allow you to have the best learning experience and get the best grade you can.
College Freshman 2013-09-13T04:54:04Z
There are many diversity on campus. But not everyone socializes with each other.
College Freshman 2013-09-13T04:52:44Z
The athletic center is bad. If one is not enrolled in an physical education class, one cannot use the school's gym. I think anyone enrolled in the school should be able to use the gym. But other than that, I think the resources on this campus is excellent! The health resource center is great! We even have a dentist; there are also other counselors that are helpful to students. Although the library is quite small, there are many desks for the students to work at. But there are no good place for students to do group projects because the whole library is quite. The wifi on campus is pretty bad.
College Freshman 2013-09-13T04:48:41Z
I signed up for classes with an effective schedule. I had time to get between classes and was never late. Although the campus is not as big as others, there's not that many shortcuts. The walk from one side of the campus to the other side on average is about 10 minutes. I never had to rush to a class after another class was finished.
College Senior 2013-09-10T22:12:40Z
While my school does seem to have it's share of problems in the bureaucracy/money management area, I have been nothing short of thrilled with the education I am getting there.
I feel very fortunate to have access to such an affordable college with such knowledgeable, enthusiastic and helpful professors. I am an art student who primarily takes art related courses to further my art career, and I have been very impressed with the art instruction at this school. My teachers have all been very talented artists in their own right, who are also involved and interested in the current art world outside of education. Both of these things are very important to me when choosing an instructor.
As for the courses themselves, I have been thrilled to see how many different types of classes are offered just within the art and graphics departments, and I will definitely be taking advantage of all of them that I can while I am here. The only downside is the newly imposed limit on the number of classes within a category that you can take, which I know the teachers as well as the students are not happy with. It is unfortunate that budget problems have forced the school to make this change, because this school is such a valuable resource to anyone who wants a good education affordably in this city!
College Senior 2013-09-10T22:01:12Z
The only resource centers that I am familiar with on campus are the library, computer lab, admissions and records office, matriculation services, and the financial aid office.
With one exception, each of these resource centers had been really great, and really helpful.
Unfortunately, I have found the Financial Aid Office to be a bit disappointing. Every time I have gone to the office to ask about scholarships or federal student aid, I have been greeted by bewildered expressions and a general lack of information, which seems pretty silly considering the wealth of opportunities that DO exist, and the fact that the office is always deserted - it's not like they are so busy that they can't take a moment to explain the Federal Student Aid application process to me.
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