The San Francisco College Access Center (SFCAC) is a state funded program by The California Student Opportunity and Access Program (Cal-SOAP). SFCAC provides culturally competent college preparation information and assistance. Although it is open to the community, the program targets students who are low income and the first of their family to enroll in college.
Services include assistance with college and financial aid applications, college and financial aid presentations, college campus field trips, academic tutoring, SAT/ACT test Information and application assistance, and scholarship searches.
The SFCAC currently serves: Mission High School, Philip and Sala Burton High School, Academy of Arts & Sciences, George Washington High School, and Thurgood Marshall High School.