San Francisco Homeless Resource
City College of San Francisco - HARTS Program (Homeless At Risk Transitional Students)
Address Ocean Campus 50 Frida Kahlo Way, Student Union/MLK Center Room B, 94112
Phone 415-452-5355 (Main Office)
Contact(s) Maraea Master (415) 452-5234
Hours Monday - Thursday: 9-12pm and 1-4:30pm, Friday: Office is Closed
Language(s) English (will try and find an interpreter for other languages when needed)

50 Frida Kahlo Way (Ocean Campus), Student Union/MLK Center Room B, 94112

415-452-5355 (Main Office)

M - Thur. 9am - 12 pm and 1pm -4:30pm Friday Office is Closed

The Homeless At-Risk Transitional Students (HARTS) Program provides student-centered support services that minimize academic barriers and increase access for students who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing housing insecurity. The program's aim is to develop meaningful relationships with HARTS students and within those relationships, empower HARTS students in reaching their full academic potential. Students a safe space to cultivate a support network and develop self-efficacy. The program meets students where they are at and offers services that create fewer opportunity gaps and directly impact student retention, certificate completion, transfer and overall well being.

Services provided for eligible students:

  • Priority course registration
  • Academic advisement/counseling
  • Meal voucher program and snack program
  • Supplemental textbook assistance
  • Discounted monthly transportation passes
  • On-campus shower access
  • Clothing closet and toiletries 
  • Computer lab with limited free printing
  • Scholarship Opportunities   
  • Connect students to community service providers
  • Information and referrals to additional student support programs at City College
  • Assist with accessing a 90 day shelter bed
  • Housing clinics and centralized Housing Information Board 
  • Program events (Super fun)
  • Provide a student-centered trauma-informed safe space on campus 

Program Eligibility:

*Experiencing or at-risk of experiencing housing insecurity

*Highly motivated for academic success

*Complete the CCSF admissions process

*Complete an online FAFSA or California Dream Act application 

*Submit a verification of homelessness certificate or residency letter 

*Submit a current copy of a Student Educational Plan from CCSF counseling faculty 

*Enroll in a minimum of 9 units (DSPS enrolled: 6 units) 

 *Complete the HARTS Program Application

*Attend HARTS program orientation 

Questions about steps to join?

Please call and make a new student appointment. New student appointments can assist new students with the enrollment process, Fafsa, campus tour, connect with other support programs such as Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS), Disabled Students Program and Services (DSPS), CalWORKS, Guardian Scholars, and other support programs offered at City College.

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City College of San Francisco - HARTS Program (Homeless At Risk Transitional Students) - G

Ocean Campus 50 Frida Kahlo Way., C205, 94112

Southeast Campus - 1800 Oakdale Ave., 94124


M-TH: 9-12pm and 1-4:30

Friday Office is Closed

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