Education Funding Initiatives
Scholarships provide much-needed support to students to defray the cost of attending the University. 66% of SF State students receive financial aid, and a scholarship can make the difference of being able to buy text books, pay for tuition, or even stay in college.
Metro College Success Program
The Metro College Success Program (Metro) uses targeted outreach to support first-generation, low-income and/or historically underrepresented students in their success at San Francisco State University.
Student Advising & Learning Center
The Student Advising & Learning Center is a University service staffed by professional counselors, advisors, interns and peer advisors committed to providing guidance and information to help undergraduate students enjoy a successful college experience.
Institute for Civic & Community Engagement
Through innovative courses, experiential learning, political engagement, participatory action research, and direct services, we partner the resources and expertise of the urban university with the knowledge and assets of diverse communities.
Center for Future Educator Pathways
California is facing a major educator shortage of about 21,500 positions, a shortage expected to persist due to an aging workforce retiring in large numbers and a diminishing pipeline of future educators.