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2130 Fulton StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
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"Parent of a Don. Beautiful campus right in the heart of San Francisco."
"Transferred here 2 years ago as a biology major and Im still here."
"...they could do so much better on the admission process."
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Chris Villanueva
6 months ago
I despise this school. Transferred here 2 years ago as a biology major and Im still here. I regret every minute of it. Clicky, unsociable, too liberal and what I thought was that there was going to be a huge amount of resources, boy was I wrong. You are at a disadvantage if you are a transfer student so be weary because every single student came from a private school in high school with a lot of resources. If I would have changed it, I would have went to the UC system. yes, yes I know what youre going to say... Its what you make of it with the resources, trust me I made a lot more at a community college with resources than this school.
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John Doe
10 months ago
Dr.Walker (Psychology dept.), Dr.Poole (School of Management, Marketing dept.), Professor Murray (Design program), Camille Esposito, Ray Choi, Veronica Cabanayana and Cat Bagg should all be sacked from their positions within the University and/or expelled. Shame, shame on the University of San Francisco for allowing the despicable campaign that is "check your privilege".
Michelle Vinson
11 months ago
My cousin love the san francisco so much that he go to all y'all game he never ben there so can you gave us same ticket. To one of there games please love san francisco fan
Mario Donis
a year ago
My experience from this university is in one word, Unfair. My family is low income because of my parents’ disability status, initially, I was very excited to attend this university, and at the time, my family and I made the deposits required because we read on the university website that the housing deposit could be refunded if I couldn’t attend, and if it was done before July 1st. in the month that followed, our financial situation changed, and my parents told me that it was no longer possible to pay for my college at University of San Francisco. It was still before July 1st, so I called the University seeking a refund of at least the housing deposit of $300, like the website said. They responded back saying that what I read was outdated information and that they no longer offer refunds, even if you haven’t enrolled in classes or gotten a room assignment. I spoke to almost every person on campus, I sent numerous e-mails explaining how we were low income, and the deposits made up a third of what my parents make a month. And still nothing, no one could help, not even my own advisor I was to have. What happened to the Jesuit values that this school was supposed to be founded upon? I am very disappointed by the unfairness of the University, and saddened by the fact that they kept my parents’ $550 worth of deposits, just because they had misleading information on their University website.
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Bo Bo Oo
5 months ago
Applied almost 2 months ago and haven't heard from whatsoever. I emailed them and they said they were waiting on some documents since I applied as an international student. Granted I went to a US college overseas but I didn't apply as an International student. Even so they could have emailed saying what documents were needed. From what they're charging, they could do so much better on the admission process. Get your crap together USF, if admission is this bad i can't imagine how worse it's gonna get later on. Wasted my admission fee
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Garrett Luippold
7 months ago
Education--unbeatable. Social--UNREAL, it's San Francisco... C'mon.. Baseball--Go Dons Experience--made for a wool driven individual with city-bound aspirations and fun, accelerating, & discovery period of life.
Claude Cole
8 months ago
Even though church politics have changed much over the years, I feel a Jesuit university education is second to none.
Mireya Holguin
6 months ago
Parent of a Don. Beautiful campus right in the heart of San Francisco.