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Describe the students at San Francisco State University.


Everybody seems pretty nice, everybody wants to get to know each other and are really friendly when it comes to asking them a question.


Well civilized, eager learners.


Oh my goodness, this school is so diverse, I don't think any student would feel out of place. You can be a part of the LGBT community, SF love you! You can be a bookworm, we have those! You can be a narwhal, and we'd invite you to parties! Students here are very stylish. One adjunct professor here would tell us the only difference between teaching at SF State and UC Santa Cruz was that we are better looking. He was joking of course, but everyone here is beautiful! The extracurriculars here are fantastic. There are cinema collectives, improv clubs, sororities, frats, Muslim student associations, Christian clubs, Young Democrats, basically anything. And all the students are very politically aware compared to most. If anything the students talk about what they'll do rather than what they'll earn. We want to make a difference, we want to do incredible things, and make a name for ourselves. What we earn comes second.


The classmates at Sf State are enthusiastic, and outgoing.


People who are inteligent but have been given the short hand of the stick in regards to their educational oppertunities.


Many of my classmates are all students worried about their futures. We are all nervous about the economy and the opportunities we may miss out on with todays job market. Unemployment is a scary thought for a lot of us. The students hope that with their continued education they will be able to find a jjob that they can grow into careers and support their families with.




Students at San Francisco State are very diverse. I have classes with students from all over the state, country and even world. Although SFSU has a reputation of being a commuter school, my personal experience has been that a ton of students either live on campus or in the neighborhoods near by. I take the bus to school and it is always packed with SF State students.


My classmates are very dedicated to their school work and are very open to what others have to hear. They are not judgemental and live life according to their beliefs. They are down to earth and easy to get along with.


San Francsico State students are open-minded individuals that have the determination to fight for their rights (as shown in Occupy SFSU's 99{4a082faed443b016e84c6ea63012b481c58f64867aa2dc62fff66e22ad7dff6c}).