Communicative Disorders Clinic

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  • 1600 Holloway Ave Ste 114

    San Francisco, CA 94132

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  • 415-338-1001

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They are basic and cheap. Some courses are offered for free at times. Public transportation is all around. Credit and non credit classes and now even online classes are offered.

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They are basic and cheap. Some courses are offered for free at times. Public transportation is all around. Credit and non credit classes and now even online classes are offered.

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SFSU is the best university for me right here at the heart of San Francisco. It is very convenient to get here - public transportation like MUNI, BUS or BART. It is also located close to Stonestown Mall. SFSU has a very excellent Advising team for transfers and undergrad students.

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SFSU is the best university for me right here at the heart of San Francisco. It is very convenient to get here - public transportation like MUNI, BUS or BART. It is also located close to Stonestown Mall. SFSU has a very excellent Advising team for transfers and undergrad students.

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My experience at state was great. I really like that this school offers a variety of class. The professors are really great and the staff is great as well.

PROS: GREAT COLLEGE FOR BUSINESS & BROADCASTING MAJORS
CONS: PARKING IS HARD TO FIND

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My experience at state was great. I really like that this school offers a variety of class. The professors are really great and the staff is great as well.

PROS: GREAT COLLEGE FOR BUSINESS & BROADCASTING MAJORS
CONS: PARKING IS HARD TO FIND

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I loved my experience at SFSU. The teachers were great and I truly learned a lot about myself and my major. I feel prepared to go on in my career and am currently attending classes there for my teaching credential. Go State!

PROS: Good education, fun classes, creates great experiences (FOOD IS AWESOME!)
CONS: No athletic support, need to stop cutting programs, lots of full classes

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★★★★★

I loved my experience at SFSU. The teachers were great and I truly learned a lot about myself and my major. I feel prepared to go on in my career and am currently attending classes there for my teaching credential. Go State!

PROS: Good education, fun classes, creates great experiences (FOOD IS AWESOME!)
CONS: No athletic support, need to stop cutting programs, lots of full classes

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They do always have the books I'm looking for though they are expensive but they are definitely worth it. The parking at state is not to bad either. I was pretty pleased with this book store.

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They do always have the books I'm looking for though they are expensive but they are definitely worth it. The parking at state is not to bad either. I was pretty pleased with this book store.

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I attended SFSU for 5 years and received my BS in Business Administration. I spent an extra semester "waiting" because one upper division class that I needed was cancelled due to lack of student enrollment.

The School of Business is good but I felt it did not adequately prepare me for life in the Business workplace. Of course, much of this depends on yourself, being able to sell yourself and working on your skills. I can't put it all on the school.

If you are bilingual chinese SFSU is a great university for you because in the School of Business, *YOU* will be the majority. In most of my classes english was a second language. Everyone spoke cantonese or mandarin.

Parking can be a hassle but if you park up the street on Holloway (past Junipero Serra) you can park all day long in the 2 hour parking areas. You can also park in the Stonestown Galleria parking lot (I realize there are parking guards there but I spent 2 years parking there and they never said one word to me).

I wish the campus had more of an academic feel to it and people had more fun. Everyone is too businesslike, too busy to talk, too busy to think.

If I were planning on a College Career with a BS degree it would be best to start at SF State due to the numerous (and seemingly extraneous) GE courses they require. You could try to take some classes at Community College but many of their required cultural ed classes may not be available.

PROS: Cheaper than Private University
CONS: Getting more expensive each year

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I attended SFSU for 5 years and received my BS in Business Administration. I spent an extra semester "waiting" because one upper division class that I needed was cancelled due to lack of student enrollment.

The School of Business is good but I felt it did not adequately prepare me for life in the Business workplace. Of course, much of this depends on yourself, being able to sell yourself and working on your skills. I can't put it all on the school.

If you are bilingual chinese SFSU is a great university for you because in the School of Business, *YOU* will be the majority. In most of my classes english was a second language. Everyone spoke cantonese or mandarin.

Parking can be a hassle but if you park up the street on Holloway (past Junipero Serra) you can park all day long in the 2 hour parking areas. You can also park in the Stonestown Galleria parking lot (I realize there are parking guards there but I spent 2 years parking there and they never said one word to me).

I wish the campus had more of an academic feel to it and people had more fun. Everyone is too businesslike, too busy to talk, too busy to think.

If I were planning on a College Career with a BS degree it would be best to start at SF State due to the numerous (and seemingly extraneous) GE courses they require. You could try to take some classes at Community College but many of their required cultural ed classes may not be available.

PROS: Cheaper than Private University
CONS: Getting more expensive each year

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I really was not impresses with San Francisco State university. I found that they did not really offer as many types of degrees as I expected. I also did not like the fact that the scince degrees were sill considred BA's. It was just a little strange. And there are so many people that you cannot graduate in four years unless you take summer school. They should have a more efficient system of getting people in and out smoothly.

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★★★☆☆

I really was not impresses with San Francisco State university. I found that they did not really offer as many types of degrees as I expected. I also did not like the fact that the scince degrees were sill considred BA's. It was just a little strange. And there are so many people that you cannot graduate in four years unless you take summer school. They should have a more efficient system of getting people in and out smoothly.

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San Francisco State University offers a number of transportation routes to its campus. Although, its a commuter university, it does offer a huge array of diversity, and knowledgeable students. The Business program there is very good, along with its Broadcasting department. The Computer Science department is extremely difficult, and takes a computer wiz to pass. San Francisco State University is a bit crowded, and there is very little run to stretch in class, due to the number of students on campus. If your looking for value education, this is a place to get it, however be prepared for a little reality shock, if your coming from high school.

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San Francisco State University offers a number of transportation routes to its campus. Although, its a commuter university, it does offer a huge array of diversity, and knowledgeable students. The Business program there is very good, along with its Broadcasting department. The Computer Science department is extremely difficult, and takes a computer wiz to pass. San Francisco State University is a bit crowded, and there is very little run to stretch in class, due to the number of students on campus. If your looking for value education, this is a place to get it, however be prepared for a little reality shock, if your coming from high school.

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This is a commuter school. A lot of people take buses and trains to school daily. There is not whole lot going on in school or on campus. Many people just come to school to take classes and leave.

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This is a commuter school. A lot of people take buses and trains to school daily. There is not whole lot going on in school or on campus. Many people just come to school to take classes and leave.

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There are way too many people that attend SF State. It is really difficult to get all of teh classes that you want, even as a senior. The tution is not that high, but there are so many hidden student fees that it is ridiculous. And teh area that it is located is so busy. Always traffic. But it is close to muni, which is a big plus. The education, I found, wasn't all that challenging. We did alot of the same stuff that I did back in high school.

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There are way too many people that attend SF State. It is really difficult to get all of teh classes that you want, even as a senior. The tution is not that high, but there are so many hidden student fees that it is ridiculous. And teh area that it is located is so busy. Always traffic. But it is close to muni, which is a big plus. The education, I found, wasn't all that challenging. We did alot of the same stuff that I did back in high school.

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San Francisco State University isconveniently located next to the 28 bus line and teh muni bus lines. It is a great college with over 22, 000 students. There are alot of campus clubs that suit almost every taste. Also they have many political rallies that speak up for people that are unjustly persecuted. I like teh fast that SFSU tansfers in alot of credits from a junior college. But with so many people, it is hard to get the classes that you want. The tutuion prices are not sioo bad, but there are alot of extra fees that students pay.

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★★★★☆

San Francisco State University isconveniently located next to the 28 bus line and teh muni bus lines. It is a great college with over 22, 000 students. There are alot of campus clubs that suit almost every taste. Also they have many political rallies that speak up for people that are unjustly persecuted. I like teh fast that SFSU tansfers in alot of credits from a junior college. But with so many people, it is hard to get the classes that you want. The tutuion prices are not sioo bad, but there are alot of extra fees that students pay.

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My older sister went to this university and I went with her to buy her books. While she was searching for her books, a few employees asked her if she needed help, and located a few books for her. The line was long, however, the wait was not too bad.

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My older sister went to this university and I went with her to buy her books. While she was searching for her books, a few employees asked her if she needed help, and located a few books for her. The line was long, however, the wait was not too bad.

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I attended summer school at SFSU for 2 summer sessions. My experience there was amazing. My professors were very knowlegable. They were always around for the stdents to help with questions. Class size was a bit large, but that is what you can epect from a state school. Also the student population was grat. Most of the people that I encountered were wonderful. Students here tend to help each other more than being competitive. It was a great school experience.

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I attended summer school at SFSU for 2 summer sessions. My experience there was amazing. My professors were very knowlegable. They were always around for the stdents to help with questions. Class size was a bit large, but that is what you can epect from a state school. Also the student population was grat. Most of the people that I encountered were wonderful. Students here tend to help each other more than being competitive. It was a great school experience.

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I only attended as a graduate student, at night, but San Francisco State is a nice State School. The students are friendly and a lot of them smoke.

Daly City (which SF State is almost across the street from) has the worst weather in almost all of the bay area. I hated having to leave gorgeous Oakland for the nasty city of fog that was Daly City.

In just four years it went from being about $600 a semester to almost $2000. Not such a great value.

PROS: Nice kids, small campus
CONS: Lousy weather, getting too expensive

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★★★☆☆

I only attended as a graduate student, at night, but San Francisco State is a nice State School. The students are friendly and a lot of them smoke.

Daly City (which SF State is almost across the street from) has the worst weather in almost all of the bay area. I hated having to leave gorgeous Oakland for the nasty city of fog that was Daly City.

In just four years it went from being about $600 a semester to almost $2000. Not such a great value.

PROS: Nice kids, small campus
CONS: Lousy weather, getting too expensive

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The Multimedia Studies Program provides students with the highest-quality instruction in all aspects of multimedia. I took Digital Audio I & II while working full time in the financial district, and then ended up in the TA program working in the same class as a hand's on TA for four semesters! They offer a rich and diverse curriculum, with classes in the theory, history, and aesthetics of multimedia, as well as in its design, tools, and business practices. Nearly 100 multimedia producers, artists, designers, and business professionals bring their insight, experience, and intimate knowledge of the multimedia industry into the classroom. A great way to extend your mutimedia education or learn a new talent altogether!

PROS:
CONS: Parking! Take any of the MUNI or BART lines that run along Market St.!

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The Multimedia Studies Program provides students with the highest-quality instruction in all aspects of multimedia. I took Digital Audio I & II while working full time in the financial district, and then ended up in the TA program working in the same class as a hand's on TA for four semesters! They offer a rich and diverse curriculum, with classes in the theory, history, and aesthetics of multimedia, as well as in its design, tools, and business practices. Nearly 100 multimedia producers, artists, designers, and business professionals bring their insight, experience, and intimate knowledge of the multimedia industry into the classroom. A great way to extend your mutimedia education or learn a new talent altogether!

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CONS: Parking! Take any of the MUNI or BART lines that run along Market St.!

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i went to sfsu for graduate school after completing my undergrad at a UC.

it is impossible to judge an entire university, its facilities, faculty, couse and degree offerings, in one review. but in whole, i think sfsu is a great school.

i liked the great student mix at sfsu. not just by ethnicity, but age and educational backgrounds. it was interesting to be in courses with people with all different life experiences. at UC, my classes were mostly young 18-21 year olds who may have been smart but were not too experienced.

sfsu has been called a commuter school and it is true that it doesnt have that party college feel to it. most students work and are motivated - at least in my experience.

a great bargain for those in the bay area. also ccsf.

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i went to sfsu for graduate school after completing my undergrad at a UC.

it is impossible to judge an entire university, its facilities, faculty, couse and degree offerings, in one review. but in whole, i think sfsu is a great school.

i liked the great student mix at sfsu. not just by ethnicity, but age and educational backgrounds. it was interesting to be in courses with people with all different life experiences. at UC, my classes were mostly young 18-21 year olds who may have been smart but were not too experienced.

sfsu has been called a commuter school and it is true that it doesnt have that party college feel to it. most students work and are motivated - at least in my experience.

a great bargain for those in the bay area. also ccsf.

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my sister went to this university for the film school part and LOVED IT...as someone who visited her on certain weekends and spent time on the campus I loved all that sfu had to offer. great area and lots to choose from when it comes to curriuculm.

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★★★★☆

my sister went to this university for the film school part and LOVED IT...as someone who visited her on certain weekends and spent time on the campus I loved all that sfu had to offer. great area and lots to choose from when it comes to curriuculm.

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San Francisco State University is the ideal commuter campus offering convinient 3 hour once a week evening classes for graduate students which make it fairly easy to earn an MS degree for the part-time student, full-time working commuter. There is basically no on campus college culture during the day when the campus resembles a huge mall filled with loud high-school mentalitiy students yaking on cell phones. If you are searching for intellectuallism this is not the place. Also don't try to be a full time graduate student here as not enough classes in each major are offered each semester to make up 12 units. The graduate classes, while offered at convenient times, are large and not exactly at the highest intellectual level, if you can regurgitate the lecture, you'll do fine. The best thing about this campus is the 24 hour study center located in the library, which is pure gold for working students who need a quite place to study.

PROS: 24 hour study center, easy parking on nearby streets, huge $2.50 cafeteria fruit salad, easy classes, convenient class hours, pretty campus
CONS: low intellectual level, paperwork hell, not much class selection, nice but frustrated professors.

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★★★☆☆

San Francisco State University is the ideal commuter campus offering convinient 3 hour once a week evening classes for graduate students which make it fairly easy to earn an MS degree for the part-time student, full-time working commuter. There is basically no on campus college culture during the day when the campus resembles a huge mall filled with loud high-school mentalitiy students yaking on cell phones. If you are searching for intellectuallism this is not the place. Also don't try to be a full time graduate student here as not enough classes in each major are offered each semester to make up 12 units. The graduate classes, while offered at convenient times, are large and not exactly at the highest intellectual level, if you can regurgitate the lecture, you'll do fine. The best thing about this campus is the 24 hour study center located in the library, which is pure gold for working students who need a quite place to study.

PROS: 24 hour study center, easy parking on nearby streets, huge $2.50 cafeteria fruit salad, easy classes, convenient class hours, pretty campus
CONS: low intellectual level, paperwork hell, not much class selection, nice but frustrated professors.

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