San Francisco State University


SFSU has some 100 centers, institutes and other special programs and projects that link the University to the Bay Area community and beyond. Among its community based programs:

Bay Area Homelessness Program
Bay Area Center for Training in Early Childhood Violence Intervention and Counseling
Bay Area School Development Program (Comer)
California Research Institute
Career Center
Center for the Integration and Improvement of Journalism
Center for the Study of Enterprise
Cesar Chavez Institute for Public Policy
Child Study Center
Clinical Schools Project
Community Health Outreach Workers Programs
Community Involvement Center
The Comprehensive Teacher Education Institute
Energy Analysis and Diagnostic Center
Ethnic Diversity Training Project
Institute for Multicultural Research and Practice
Marian Wright Edelman Institute for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families
Minority Biomedical Research Support Program
Mission Academic Complex
Muir Alternative Teacher Education Program (M.A.T.E.)
NSF Alliance for Minority Participation
NSF/SF Bay Area Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation
Office of Biomedical Research
Public Research Institute
Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies
San Francisco Math Leadership Project
San Francisco Urban Institute
Step to College
SFSU Institute on Disability
Wheeled Mobility Center

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Information on this page was compiled in fall 1996.

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