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City College of SF (CCSF) Classes with Chelsea Eng

New to CCSF?
You must first apply to the college so you are 'in the computer system' and ready to register for courses when enrollment opens for the new semester. There is a 48-72 hour turnaround, so act now! (This is true even if you already have a college degree and 'don't care' about taking a course for a grade.)

Spring Semester 2018  
starts January 17, runs through May 23
12:10-2:00pm - DANC 160A Beginning Argentine Tango (Day section)
A lovely opportunity to dance tango during the day in a beautiful space
6:10-8:00pm - DANC 160A Beginning Argentine Tango (Night section)
8:10-10:00pm - DANC 160B Intermediate Argentine Tango
6:10-8:00pm - DANC 161 Follower's Technique for Argentine Tango
Follower's Technique is a multi-level class open to all genders
8:10-10:00pm - DANC 160C Advanced Argentine Tango/linked to DANC 101A Dance Performance Production

Semester-length credit courses (Spring & Fall + Summer Session) through PE & Dance. Courses may be taken on a Credit basis for a Letter Grade OR Pass/No Pass. 
No Auditing, per college regulations.
For classes that list as full per pre-registration, adds will still be taken (space permitting & at the instructor's discretion) through the Add deadline. 


Spring Milonga with a Valentine's Theme = a Saturday in late February
Fall Milonga with a Fall Harvest Theme = a Saturday in late September
Details always posted on TangoMango.org

Mission Statement 
Founded/created (in 2000) & headed by Chelsea Eng,
The Argentine Tango Program at City College of San Francisco
invites students to experience the joy and depth of Argentine Tango as a living art form. To that end, the Program offers progressive course levels, prácticas, milongas and performance opportunities. It aims to deliver high quality instruction in a safe, supportive environment.
In 2007 the Dance Department at City College of San Francisco was awarded the prestigious Isadora Duncan (Izzy) Award for Sustained Achievement in recognition of its strong contribution to Dance in the Bay Area for 70 years.
Photo: Jerry Jew