If a person wants to attend this school, they will have to be commited to their studies. They will need to be open minded, balanced and organized.
A somewhat liberal student looking for a smaller university and who loves city life with a little bit of nature thrown in.
ANY TYPE OF PERSON SHOULD ATTEND THIS SCHOOL! THERE IS A VAST VARIETY OF PEOPLE THAT ATTEND THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. IT IS ALWAYS GOOD TO BE AN OPEN MINDED PERSON, ESPECIALLY IN SAN FRANCISCO. HONESTLY, THE CITY IS AMAZING AND NOT ONLY ARE YOU ACHIEVEING AN EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY, BUT THE CITY IS ONE OF THE LARGEST LEARNING TOOLS AVAILABLE TO ALL STUDENTS. MY SCHOOL ALSO HAS A LARGE VARIETY OF MAJORS AND MINORS FOR STUDENTS.
I feel that as long as you are a person who is open to new ideas, you can attend this school. The class sizes are small, so students and teachers can get to know each other, and you won't fall behind. And you can even go out and expore San Francisco with your friends, which is a lot of fun. There's plenty to do. And if you like to be in a quieter scene, Golden Gate Park is the perfect place to go.
Cultural adversity, peace promoting, open minded
An independent person eager to take on any challenge the city of San Francisco has to offer. A person that can make light of every situation and be able to fight for they want. One that can handle rejection, and one that is patient. One that has faith in their talents and won't lose sight of it. One that can voice their opinion and be able to hear another. One that is ready, secure, and hopeful. That one could be you.
A person who is looking for a smaller school but still wants a big city feel. Even though this is a Catholic affiliated school, your religion, if any, is accepted and tolerated by the campus and the students.
Someone who is dedicated and serious about their education, someone who loves to be involved because there is so much to do. And someone who is financially stable. There is many opportunities on campus and well as off.
The kind of student who should attend th University of San Francisco are those who would enjoy and take advantage of the one on one attention from the professors. Comparing the kind of one on one attention from the professsors at UC's and Private colleges, private colleges are much more understanding. Yes, tuition is more expensive at a private, but I believe if you are the kind of student who prefers to not only be a number, but an individual who is passionate to do extremely well in the courses.
The type of person that should attend this school should like small classrooms, cold weather, independence and be career focused. Also, the prospective student must like close relationships with all of the students. Prospective students should like having a good relationship with professors as they are very attentive. Prospective students should also like public transportation as this school is in a large city. A student who would like to attend USF should be able to afford the cost of living as a San Francisco resident.
A student who loves to be surrounded by great teachers and a small working environment
The University of San Francisco is for a person who wants the since of a small setting within a big community. Social Justice is a very big part of the school so if you are interested in this subject USF would be a great fit for you. The school is very diverse in many areas and adheres to educating their students in a broader since so if you care to learn about the many different cultures of the world it would be a perfect fit. International opportunities are regularly available in many different countries if one wants to study abroad.
A person who has a clear goal of what he or she want to be, a person who will take advantage of everything that can be learn and is willing to make a change and to share the knowledge and experiences that were acquired.
Anyone who is interested in breaking out of the comfort zone that their family or culture has created will be astounded at the University of San Francisco. USF not only has different cultures from various ethnicities, but also cultures from different social backgrounds as well. I come across upper, middle, and lower classes all the time and it reminds of the struggles that we all face in this current economy. I also come across people with various sexual orientations that show me that I do not have to believe in whatever they do, but I should at least respect it.
University of San Francisco isn't for anyone. Students who attends this school is serious about their education and is willing to give back to their community. Students who know how to "work hard and play hard" is the right type of person to come here. Since USF is located in the heart of Saln Francisco, there are endless things to do here.
A person that should attend The University of San Francisco is someone who likes a small class size and small student body. They should like to be involved on campus and like idividual attention from their professors. They should also be someone who is willing to study hard, put hard work into their classes, and have integrety. They should also be interested in more than just academics, they should be interested in other issues that face our world today. USF has many opportunities to take social action and their goal is to make the world a better place.
A person who is looking for an exciting and vastly culturally diverse environment
An open minded person who likes to explore the big city. A person that cares about social justice and has a strong sense of community.
Fun, laid-back, liberal, environmentally aware, charitable
Someone who enjoys hanging out with good friends, but does not absolutely need to attend big parties to be happy in college. You must enjoy city life. It will be loud and there will be lots of people around. You must be prepared for the weather to be slightly cold all year around with little change. If you have any financial doubts, DO NOT ATTEND this school--I have a lot of debt.
Artistic, liberal, socially aware. A slightly above average student who smokes weed and wants to live in a "big city."
A student who is focused and willing to take the time to put their best foot forward when it comes to academic success. The student must also be willing to put up with high living cost if planning to live near the campus and deal with terrible parking situations.
People who want to live in San Francisco, are friendly, creative and interested in learning.
A person who needs structure and a lot of individual attention from teachers. If you want a small school then it is very good. It is a school filled with liberal people, so being liberal is a plus.
A person who is focused and serious about academics but knows how to socialize and have a good time with people.
Someone who is ready for city life, likes to be challenged and experince new things.
Definately a person who is career oriented or at the very least serious about their results and grades. This school pushes you and challenges you. You cannot breeze by or slide by without putting in some work and effort. This is one of my favorite aspects of the school as I want to be challenged and feel prepared for graduate school. My major (exercise science) paralells with nursing meaning I get exposure to so much more than just exercise science making me a more intelligent and marketable graduate applicant.
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