Our campus is located in the sunny and friendly Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. Our neighbors and friends in the area have offered a variety of discounts for ACTCM students.
At each of our campuses (455 Arkansas St. and 555 DeHaro St.) students will find dedicated quiet space for studying, computers for use, wifi, kitchen facilities and outdoor space.
The Federal Campus Security Act of 1990 requires that all colleges and universities receiving federal funds provide annual statistics on several specific categories of crime to the government and to the members of the college community by October 1st of each year. Any crime occurring on campus or on the streets and sidewalks directly adjacent to campus should be reported to the Director of Student Affairs and Alumni Relations or the Facilities Manager
The annual report shares crime statistics that occurred on, or directly adjacent to, campus for the last three years. Download the 2015 ACTCM Annual Campus Safety and Security Report.
The Student Council has provided secure lockers for each campus for students to conveniently store books and personal items. Lockers are issued on a first-come, first-served basis and priority is given to students who use public transportation, walk or bike to campus. To request a locker at either campus contact the Office of Student Affairs.
The ACTCM Student Store is located at Pioneer Square campus. The store sells clinical and class supplies, educational materials, ACTCM apparel and miscellaneous items. Only credit cards are accepted at this time. All sales are final, no returns or exchanges.
The ACTCM Student Store is normally open Monday-Thursday 10:00am-5:00pm and Friday 10:00am-1:00pm. These hours may vary depending on the availability of our student workers.
The ACTCM plant collection was started by former student Robert Newman in 1991, who collected and cultivated many rare species of herbs, some which are seldom grown outside of China. In 1996, a group of students created the ACTCM Garden to conserve this collection. Students continue to maintain and expand the garden as an educational resource for the community. Visit the Herb Garden web page for more information.