- Class: Senior
- Major: Business
- Gender: F
- High School: lowell high school
- Transfer Student: N
What SFSU is like. If you merely walk around the campus and through the buildings you will realize that it is rather small and that the buildings are rather old. But if you take a second look, you notice there is a lot of character. From the people walking around to the chalk writings on the concrete. You discover new places and things all the time. Recently we had a student walk out in response to the tuition hikes again. This is the second one I have witnessed. Students gather and rally together to protest against the continuous increase in tuition costs at SFSU and lack of improvement. We pay extra every year and classes are being cut at a rapid pace.
there are a variety of class types at SFSU. To my surprise there not only were regular lectures, but ones in theaters which housed hundreds of students, and online courses where actual attendance was optional. I feel as the larger classes are impersonal. that you do not learn much from the course. In classes such as those, the professor is nearly someone who lectures and it is extremely hard to build a relationship with them because you are nearly a number who fills a seat.
Students at SFSU come from all over the bay area. some reside near campus but a good majority commute. parking near and on campus is nearly nonexhistant. most people will take some form of public transportation and others will drive in. We have parking lots but when you already pay toll and gas, parking fees are not something you want to incur. Students are diverse. We see retro hipsters who ride there bikes with skinny jeans, their scarves and beanies. Then you've got the majority of people in sweats of some sort because the weather is always chilly. Then you've got the girls who are dressed to impress. What students wear on campus is just variant as the different personalities they carry.
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