Campus Graphics & Printers

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  • 1650 Holloway Ave

    San Francisco, CA 94132

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  • 415-338-2434

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Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

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Although it goes by the name of university, this is little better than a poor excuse for a trade school. Anti-intellectual, and anti-student (the staff self-righteously believes its job is to protect taxpayer bought equipment and buildings from of all people the students. )--every policy is designed for 9-5 students who have no need of a campus or any other university resources which might allow work to get done. This may have been acceptable when the college had connections in the city as a trade school, but now, it seem that the main employer of SF State students seems to be temporary and secretarial agencies. Indeed the classroom curriculum, which asks little of students, is designed to promote just these form filling and bureaucratic skills. As for it's self-chosen pride in being "a cheap school" no university could be more costly--library fines are higher than those of the public library; students are charged for recieving their own federal financial aid, and if an education is to be gotten students must hire out for basic things like private teachers and computer lab space. Many who come to the campus with savings, come out after four years unemployable and in debt.

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Although it goes by the name of university, this is little better than a poor excuse for a trade school. Anti-intellectual, and anti-student (the staff self-righteously believes its job is to protect taxpayer bought equipment and buildings from of all people the students. )--every policy is designed for 9-5 students who have no need of a campus or any other university resources which might allow work to get done. This may have been acceptable when the college had connections in the city as a trade school, but now, it seem that the main employer of SF State students seems to be temporary and secretarial agencies. Indeed the classroom curriculum, which asks little of students, is designed to promote just these form filling and bureaucratic skills. As for it's self-chosen pride in being "a cheap school" no university could be more costly--library fines are higher than those of the public library; students are charged for recieving their own federal financial aid, and if an education is to be gotten students must hire out for basic things like private teachers and computer lab space. Many who come to the campus with savings, come out after four years unemployable and in debt.

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