City College of San Francisco

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City College of San Francisco (CCSF or City College) is a public community college in San Francisco, California.wikipedia
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The Ocean Avenue campus, bordering the Sunnyside, Westwood Park and Ingleside neighborhoods, is the college's largest location.
The area is served by the T-Third light rail line, and is home to the Bayview Opera House and City College Evans and Southeast Campus.

Westwood Park, San Francisco

Westwood Park
The Ocean Avenue campus, bordering the Sunnyside, Westwood Park and Ingleside neighborhoods, is the college's largest location.
Westwood Park is a residential neighborhood located in southwestern San Francisco, California, near St. Francis Wood and City College of San Francisco.

Bayview–Hunters Point, San Francisco

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The college has other campuses in South San Francisco, Financial District, Little Saigon, South of Market, Bayview-Hunters Point, Marina District, North of Panhandle, and Mission District.

Pan American Unity

Pan-American Unity
Diego Rivera's work Pan American Unity, originally created for the Golden Gate International Exposition in 1940, has been displayed at the theater at the Ocean Campus of San Francisco City College since 1961.
Pan American Unity, a true fresco, was painted locally in San Francisco on commission for San Francisco Junior College during the second session of GGIE, held in the summer of 1940.

Art in Action

Pflueger was on a committee of well-known Beaux-Arts architects organizing and designing the Golden Gate International Exposition (GGIE) and he put together a large exhibit of Art in Action in 1940, showcasing a number of artists (from various genres) on display, engaged in creating works.
Most of these ended up at San Francisco City College in their permanent collection, including Dudley C. Carter's Bighorn Mountain Ram which became the school's mascot.

Bill Bixby

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After graduation from high school in 1952, against his parents' wishes, he majored in drama at City College of San Francisco.

San Francisco

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City College of San Francisco (CCSF or City College) is a public community college in San Francisco, California.
The City College of San Francisco, with its main facility in the Ingleside district, is one of the largest two-year community colleges in the country.

Lee Meriwether

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She later attended City College of San Francisco, where one of her classmates was fellow actor Bill Bixby.

Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges

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CCSF is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
In 2013, the ACCJC declared that it would pull the accreditation of, and thus shut down, City College of San Francisco.

Manuel Neri

He began attending college at San Francisco City College in 1950, initially studying to be an electrical engineer.

Pat Paulsen

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He attended San Francisco City College, then joined an acting group called "The Ric-y-tic Players," and he formed a comedy trio that included his brother Lorin.

Emory Douglas

He later studied commercial art, taking graphic design classes, at San Francisco City College.

Kenn Davis

(His brother changed his name to Zekial Marko and became a mystery author under the name of John Trinian.) Kenn attended City College of San Francisco before being drafted into the Korean War in 1952.

San Francisco Unified School District

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The founding of a junior college in San Francisco had long been the dream of Archibald Jeter Cloud, the Chief Deputy Superintendent of the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD).

California Community College Athletic Association

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College teams belong in the CCCAA Coast Conference North Section and competes with teams from other colleges.

George M. Rush Stadium

Rams Stadium
Football as well as track and field use Rams Stadium.
Located on the campus of City College of San Francisco the stadium has a capacity of 5,000.

Dudley C. Carter

Dudley C. Carter has three works at the CCSF Ocean Campus, including The Ram sometimes called Mountain Ram, Goddess of the Forest, and The Beast sculptures''.
There are three works by Carter on the City College of San Francisco Ocean Campus, The Ram (sometimes called the Mountain Ram),Goddess of the Forest, and The Beast.

Win Ng

He studied at Saint Mary's Academy and the City College of San Francisco and San Francisco State University.

Jeremiah Masoli

He played college football at the City College of San Francisco, University of Oregon, and the University of Mississippi.

Stan Johnson

After playing baseball for one year at San Francisco City College, he received a baseball scholarship to the University of San Francisco.

Chris Johanson

From 1989 until 1992, Johanson attended City College of San Francisco.

Timothy L. Pflueger

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Most of the early art on CCSF campus was due to the work of Timothy L. Pflueger, the architect who was in charge of designing CCSF in the 1930s.
Pflueger designed a handful of unique schools for San Francisco Unified School District, including two elementary schools, a junior high, two high schools and every major building on the first campus (Ocean campus) of San Francisco Junior College, an institution that would later expand to become City College of San Francisco.

Doug Davis (pitcher)

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He later attended the City College of San Francisco, where he earned Second Team All-Conference honors as a pitcher in his junior season.

Al Cowlings

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He later attended City College of San Francisco, where he also played on the football team.

Joe Ayoob

Ayoob originally attended the City College of San Francisco where he was regarded as one of the best junior college quarterbacks in the nation.