What was a typical San Francisco State University student like in high school? Describe the type of person that should attend San Francisco State University.

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Anonymous, Student, San Francisco State University, Class of 2016

Someone who seeks opportunity. There is not a question that can't be answered here. There is no goal that can't be reached here. This is a place where all needs can be met. Mentors who are looking to guide and direct. You must be willing to accept their help and not be shy to voice out what you want in life.

Anonymous, Student, San Francisco State University, Class of 2015

San Francisco State University is a place with a lot of diversity, just like San Francisco. The students tend to be on the liberal to very liberal side, enjoy cultural experiences, and have a little hipster flair in them.

Anonymous, Student, San Francisco State University, Class of 2020

Didn't try too hard but got their work done and managed to do well in school while still having fun. Also they were well rounded students

Anonymous, Student, San Francisco State University, Class of 2018

A typical SFSU student back in high school should be a student that works hard and can manage their time wisely. The type of person that should attend SFSU should be a person that can work around their time and people, a person that can manage multitasking and likes to have fun.

Anonymous, Student, San Francisco State University, Class of 2015

The type of student would have to be a liberal student. A student that is accepting of others and a change in their environment growing up.

Anonymous, Student, San Francisco State University, Class of 2016

I have noticed that a lot of students at SFSU are very private and keep to themselves. However, anyone I have come in contact with has been friendly and open to new experiences. They are also very environmentally and socially conscious.

Anonymous, Student, San Francisco State University, Class of 2016

Personally, I do not like San Francisco State University because it is too much of a city. I grew up in San Diego, California and realized that I needed to see a little sun. I totally fell in love with the East Coast and actually took online courses through SFSU, while interning in Washington, D.C. I fell in love with DC but I definitely know that San Francisco was not for me. I recommend checking out the area before committing. At the same time, there are a lot of organizations out there dedicated to helping create a better world. It is very liberal and open-minded, which I loved. I would overall recommend students who are not looking to crash courses or large classes to not come here. It is really difficult to get courses and to find the right amount of courses needed to graduate within four years. At the same time, if you put yourself out there you will find great opportunities that will really advance yourself. That is what happened to me! San Francisco helped me get to Washington D.C.

In high school, I was really involved and challenged myself both academically and personally. This totally made my college transition run smoothly.

Good luck!

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