San Francisco State University Top Questions

What's unique about your campus?


I believe the acceptance of people is one of the largest positives of the campus. Everyone loves everyone and there is no discrimination against anyone on campus and it is a beautiful thing. We all co-exist really well.


I love how accepting the environment of my school is. It doesn't matter your race, religion, sexual orientation, or anything else that makes people unique, everyone is given the same opportunites and cordiality as everyone else.


The best thing about my school is the student body being so spirited and outgoing. There's always something going on, some campus or student event. There's always something to do.


The diversity.


The new library, nice but sort of a waste of money since they can't afford to pay the teachers.


At San Francisco State University there is an extremely wide variety of classes that are available to its students. As a Freshman or Sophomore, there are many classes that can fulfill each general education requirement, many of which are extremely fun, interesting, and different than the normal style of learning. This provides more choices for students with different learning styles and gives everybody equal opportunities to be successful and learn in their own prefered setting and style.


Diversity is the best thing.


My favorite thing about this school is the fact that it promotes a great amount of creative paths, such as music, theater, and art, which are accessible even if you are not in that major. This allows for a great balance in life when dealing with intensive majors such as engineering.


The campus is beautiful. Even if you weren't taking any classes, I suggest walking around anyway. Another great thing about the school, if the diversity. Being that the school is in San Francisco, you get the taste of how unique everything is, and everyone around you. Also the best thing is, if you have time to get out of the city, you are in the heart of the Bay Area, which is a great area to meet new people, and try new things.


SFSU is a place of diversity and acceptance. The abundance of majors and helpful professors from a variety of backgrounds come together to truly provide an empowering experience--if you work hard! It is wonderful to walk around campus and see and meet people from everywhere across the globe. With over 200 student organizations, study abroad and exchange programs with almost 20 countries, and school festivals and activism, SFSU is a place I feel that is creating future leaders by working together and overcoming any differences the people of the world may have.