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  • Other Study Options - How to Apply - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    Internet Explorer Users This website may display best using compatibility view Find us on Facebook and Twitter Word on the Street More Word on the Street Brochures Printable e brochures in pdf format are available for download on the Student Outreach Services website Useful Tip Internet Explorer 7 0 Mozilla Firefox or Safari users visiting this page can increase or decrease the font size by holding the Ctrl key PC or the Command key Mac and pressing or Website Feedback Email prospect sfsu edu Last Update 05 07 2015 How to Apply Admission by Exception to a Specific Course Requirement Due to Disability All prospective students need to apply to the university through the standard admission procedure found at CSU Mentor Application dates and deadlines as well as the online application are also posted on CSU Mentor If as an applicant you know that you will be unable to complete a specific course requirement because of a disability you may appeal to the Undergraduate Admissions Office Your appeal on the basis of disability for the fall semester should be submitted no later than July 15th The Undergraduate Admissions Office will consult with the Disability Programs and Resource Center as needed Appeals submitted after the July 15th deadline may be considered for admissions by exception to the spring semester Your appeal needs to include Disability documentation by a qualified professional that illustrates how the disability has affected completion of the subject requirement in question e g psychoeducational evaluation Evidence of any previous attempts to fulfill the missing subject requirement with accommodations at the college level e g use of disability services verification from a previous college And an explanation of how the student can be successful in a degree program at SF State even though the requirement has not been completed

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/future/apply/awd.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Residency FAQ - How to Apply - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    brochures in pdf format are available for download on the Student Outreach Services website Useful Tip Internet Explorer 7 0 Mozilla Firefox or Safari users visiting this page can increase or decrease the font size by holding the Ctrl key PC or the Command key Mac and pressing or Website Feedback Email prospect sfsu edu Last Update 12 17 2014 How to Apply Residency FAQ TEN THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CALIFORNIA RESIDENCY FOR TUITION FEES PURPOSES The eligibility criteria for classification as a CA resident for tuition purposes are established by state law and the California Code of Regulations California State University implements these laws and regulations California State University cannot alter or waive the eligibility criteria for any reason According to California law if you have moved to California primarily to attend a California institution of higher learning then you are not eligible for in state tuition fees Living in California for 12 months is not an automatic qualification for in state tuition fees You must prove through official and or legal documents that you have moved to California permanently and are not merely living in California temporarily while you attend California State University however long your course of study may take Financial hardship cannot be considered in evaluating California residency for tuition fee purposes eligibility Legal ties that you maintain in another state or country e g state tax liability a driver s license voter registration etc will disqualify you from residency reclassification regardless of your reason s for maintaining these ties Evidence that you are receiving out of state financial support in any way either directly e g tuition fee payments parent PLUS loans etc or indirectly e g parent purchased or co purchased residences parent controlled financial portfolios will disqualify you from California residency

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/future/apply/residency_faq.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Learning - We Make It Happen - San Francisco State University
    2014 nl We Make Learning Happen No matter what future you dream of whether it s in science business health care the arts or public service San Francisco State University can make that dream a reality SF State offers bachelor s degrees in 75 disciplines master s degrees in 63 disciplines and more than 50 certificate and credential programs If there s something you want to learn SF State can make it happen You ll be learning from the best too SF State s faculty includes Guggenheim Fellowship recipients Emmy Award and Pushcart Prize winners National Science Foundation honorees and other internationally recognized leaders and innovators They regularly work with Apple Google Facebook the Smithsonian Institute the National Institutes of Health NASA and Pixar And it s not just great teachers that make SF State special There s the picturesque campus less than a mile from the Pacific Ocean There s the unique beauty and charm of San Francisco and the innovation and entrepreneurial passion of nearby Silicon Valley And there s the vibrant campus life energized by nearly 30 000 students more than 200 clubs and student organizations and possibly you Here s where to start looking for a

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/wmih/learning.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Life - We Make It Happen - San Francisco State University
    9 15 2014 dr We Make Life Happen SF State is devoted to education and not just the kind that takes place in a classroom The University s history of community service and civic engagement goes back more than 100 years This is the foundation for nearly 30 000 students living and working together to build their SF State experience The list of events arts and cultural venues opportunities for involvement and student organizations to explore seems endless That is why SF State offers guidance and support from the Dean of Students on down to ensure students get the most out of the University s rich resources Engagement isn t just being in a campus organization or attending an event Engagement means being invested in an opportunity said Assistant Dean of Students Brian Stuart President Wong embraces the idea of owning your own mind which really helps in the understanding that SF State students have the power and the capacity to create what their life as a Gator can be Because of this commitment to student life SF State is one of less than 100 schools selected to participate in a national initiative on civic learning and engagement In being

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/wmih/life.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Communities - We Make It Happen - San Francisco State University
    services In 1997 SF State became one of the first universities in the country to offer academic credit for community work and in 2004 it was one of the first to include community service learning hours on student transcripts Today students earn units for volunteering in almost 500 community service learning courses in fields as diverse as ethnic studies engineering creative writing and mathematics Some of SF State s distinctive community service learning CSL projects include Clínica Martín Baró SF State faculty founded a clinic where bilingual student volunteers provide free medical services to uninsured and low income residents of San Francisco s Mission District Urban Studies and Planning Senior Seminar Students undertake research studies for Bay Area government and nonprofit clients on such topics as design concepts for urban spaces these studies then serve as the basis for planning and policy making Community Based Organization Support Projects In one of the few master s level CSL courses public administration students consult for nonprofit clients to analyze and fulfill organizational needs such as developing staff sensitivity training programs In addition to volunteering through classes many students join a campus organization that has service at the core of its mission Through these organizations students perform such important services as providing health education in public high schools helping sick veterans and organizing campaigns to promote environmental justice A community focused mindset is cultivated early on in an SF State career Each fall incoming students are invited to join the One Community Day of Service participating in beautification activities such as painting over graffiti and planting trees on campus In recognition of the University s dedication to community service SF State was among the first recipients of the President s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll Award in 2006 and was recognized again

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/wmih/communities.html (2016-02-13)
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  • History - SF State Facts 2013-2014 - San Francisco State University
    at the beginning of the spring semester History SF State Today Degree Program Offerings Students Faculty Staff Housing Money Matters Alumni Archive Related Links Campus Data Directory Prospective Students Frequently Asked Questions Getting to Campus Campus Map Alumni Hot Shots California State University SF State News Last Update 1 29 14 nl See SF State News on Twitter Facebook YouTube History Founded 1899 as San Francisco State Normal School a two year teacher training college First normal school in nation to require high school diploma for admission University Milestones First graduating class 36 women 1901 First man admitted 1904 First bachelor of arts degree 1923 Four year program initiated 1930 Liberal arts program first offered 1935 Master s degree first offered 1949 SF State becomes part of The California State College system now The California State University 1960 University status attained 1972 Number of Names 5 San Francisco State Normal School 1899 1921 San Francisco State Teachers College 1921 1935 San Francisco State College 1935 1972 California State University San Francisco 1972 1974 San Francisco State University 1974 present Number of Presidents 13 Frederic Lister Burk 1899 1924 Archibald B Anderson 1924 1927 Alexander C Roberts 1927 1945 J Paul

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/sfsufact/archive/1314/index.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • A Message from President Corrigan - SF State Magazine Spring/Summer 2009
    working with some of the most remarkable faculty talented students and hard working staff that I have ever met Many colleagues noting that college presidents routinely last less than a few years these days pepper me with questions about this milestone How did you do it What has been your proudest accomplishment What have you learned and what advice can you give It s difficult to single out one accomplishment that stands apart from the others i m extremely proud of the Presidential Scholars program and the combination of financial and academic support that the program has provided to exceptionally promising students i m pleased that we have expanded the campus footprint and developed a master plan that allows not only for more on campus housing but new buildings that better support teaching research and creativity i m enormously proud of our exceptional alumni and the abundance of awards they have earned from Pulitzers Oscars Tonys and Emmys to Teacher of the Year Equally rewarding is seeing the depth and breadth of the University wide commitment to partnerships service learning and engagement with the city to see the range of institutes and centers we ve developed to serve the Bay Area and beyond I also take great pride in our faculty and in the deans who have worked so diligently to ensure the faculty are not only the most talented and accomplished scholars but reflect in gender and ethnicity the diversity of our student body And our student body smart funny caring generous I am in awe of their abilities to achieve to overcome to accomplish Extremely proud of their ability to explore ideas partake in sophisticated discourse and even disagree strongly loudly at times but with tolerance and respect Overall my greatest source of pride derives from the bred

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumag/archive/spring_09/pres.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Chat Room, Letters to the Editor - SF State Magazine Spring/Summer 2009
    we prevailed More African Americans Latinos Asians and other people of color became an integral part of our wonderful college We helped integrate the hallowed halls of America Michael H Schneider B A 69 Tiburon Calif Remembering the Strike discusses the student led strike like it was a glorious revolution It was a dark time in our history The end results for education may have merit but the destructive behavior leading up to it has left a permanent bitterness with many of us who were there It is not a time that I wish to remember I hope today s students have a better feeling about their University days Peter Meyer B M 69 Clayton Calif Remembering the Strike talks about the actions of the San Francisco Police Department whose baton swinging tactical squad injured scores of protestors and arrested hundreds Your imagery of the strike is one of victimhood and sacrifice for the cause You wrote about the penalties paid by arrested strikers I would have like to have known for example what one striker did to earn 16 months in jail I suspect that he deserved every nanosecond of time served Raymond Brown B A 75 Fort Worth Texas My recollections and thoughts about the strike and its aftermath are quite different from those of the individuals cited in Remembering the Strike I remember very well the day in November 1968 when a group of people came into my geology class and announced that class was dismissed We did not know who they were and if they carried weapons We only knew that they looked threatening Our professor quickly dismissed the class I clearly remember the anger I felt in the ensuing days that my rights to an education were being denied because a group of students felt

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumag/archive/spring_09/letters.html (2016-02-13)
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