Important Student CCSFmail Account Information
City College will only use student CCSFmail accounts for official messages. An account has been created for you. If you lost your password or need to reset it you may do so in your Web Stars account. A link to the login page for your CCSFmail account is located here. Make certain that you bookmark the URL as you will not be able to access CCSFmail through the standard Gmail login. IMPORTANT: If you rarely check your CCSFmail, please set up forwarding. Otherwise you will miss important emails from the college and from me. You are responsible for receiving and responding to these messages in a timely manner . Click here for information about forwarding your CCSFmail.
Things to Do (after enrolling in the course)
You must contact me by email email@example.com in order for you to receive important course information. If you have not emailed me by the deadline above, you may be dropped and replaced by another student on a waitlist.
The course will be available the first day of the semester. You must log on at http://insight.ccsf.edu (new window) on the first day (please contact me if you experience technical problems or if you are unable to log on for any reason).
Important to Note
This course is entirely online. There are no on-campus sessions. However, one or more assignments will require that you visit the de Young Museum (new window] in San Francisco (or other American art collection in your local region if you do not reside in the San Francisco Bay Area). Museum visits will be scheduled at your convenience. I will provide more information about this after you enroll.
This is NOT a self-paced course.
The Orientation for this course is online content that will be available for you to read during Week One of the course. You are not required to come to campus for this course.
Online Course Information
General information is available now at http://insight.ccsf.edu, but you will not be able to log in to the course before the first day of the semester. CCSF will email login information to your CCSF Gmail address by the first day of the semester.
Additional Information on Learning Online
I strongly recommend that you visit CCSF Distance Education (new window) to prepare for learning online. There you will find information on:
Minimum hardware and software requirements
FAQs about distance learning
Links to DSPS and CCSF resources
A short self-evaluation that you can use to decide if online learning is right for you
Important Information for Online Students with Disabilities:
Students who need academic accommodations should request them from the (new window) Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) located in the Rosenberg Library, Room 323 on the Ocean Campus. Telephone: 415-452-5481 (V) 415-452-5451 (TDD). DSPS is the campus office responsible for verifying disability-related need for academic accommodations, assessing that need, and planning accommodations in cooperation with students and instructors as needed and consistent with course requirements.
I’m looking forward to hearing from you!