SF State by the Numbers
Gift from Professor Emerita Kay Takeyama Dilena (B.A., ’70; M.A., ’73) that will establish the Dilena Takeyama Center for the Study of Japan and Japanese Culture at SF State next spring. The center will give a new prominence to the study of Japan and enhance cultural understanding between the U.S. and Japan.
Universities nationwide, including SF State, to earn a perfect score and a place on the honor roll in Princeton Review’s fourth annual Green Ratings of Colleges. Scoring measured environmental friendliness in terms of education, waste disposal and emissions reduction.
Documented hours of student community service during the last academic year. The contributions helped SF State earn the Corporation for National and Community Service’s 2010 Presidential Award, the highest federal recognition a university can receive for its commitment to community service.
Students enrolled at SF State who are veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. An additional 323 students are dependents of veterans.
SF State faculty and alumni who have won a Pulitzer Prize during the past two decades.
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