SF State Housing provides campus residential accommodations, a full service dining program and resident services to students, faculty, staff and community members. The department enriches the Mission of the University by maintaining an environment which promotes an appreciation of scholarship, human diversity and the cultural mosaic of San Francisco.
The mission of the Office of Conference Services is to provide a wide variety of conference and meeting options to groups that are educationally based or meet the Mission of the University. Conference Services serve groups from 10 to 1,500 guests. Conference Services is committed to providing on and off-campus guests with customized, professional and service-oriented meeting, lodging, catering and conference planning assistance.
Occupying nearly 125,000 square feet on the fifth and sixth floors of the Westfield San Francisco Centre, the Downtown Campus is the home for the College of Business and the College of Extended Learning, the Department of Human Sexualities Studies and the Department of Public Administration. Facilities include 33 classrooms, and nine computer labs. Classrooms and other facilities are available for rent, along with state-of-the-art audiovisual and computer connectivity. Classrooms are configured around a vertical glass-enclosed atrium that offers wonderful views in all directions from the historic sky-lit dome, across to adjoining classrooms and below to shopping activity.
Located on the Tiburon Peninsula on a site with a long history of marine activity, the Romberg Tiburon Center's Mission Statement is to advance understanding of the world's complex marine and estuarine environments through research, education, and outreach, with a focus on San Francisco Bay. The Romberg Tiburon Center faculty working together with students and staff members, conduct focused scientific research that addresses societal needs. Our research programs are structured to maximize the active participation of both SF State undergraduate and graduate students. Our faculty, spanning two colleges and four academic departments (Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geography and Human Environmental Studies, and Geosciences), create a strong interdisciplinary environment dedicated to training the next generation of scientists and citizens.