University of San Francisco

2130 Fulton St, San Francisco, United States
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About University of San Francisco

University of San Francisco is a school located in San Francisco, CA, US with a total of 2630 courses available to enroll in.

The University of San Fransisco is a private research institution which was founded by the Jesuits in 1855. With a total of 6,700 student enrollment, it has an urban setting on a 55-acre campus.

The university attempts to emphasize the Jesuit mission in all offered degree programs. Students take part in service-learning programs, during which they complement academic coursework through voluntary work in San Fransisco. The university is generally committed to improving the community, as well as through partnership with local institutions and work through the university's research institutes and centers. The university has about 100 student organizations and clubs, including several sororities and fraternities.

The University OF San Fransisco's primary mission is to promote education in the Jesuit Catholic culture. The university draws from the economic, cultural, and intellectual resources of the Bay area of San Fransisco and its Pacific Rim location to strengthen and enrich its educational programs.

The varsity sports teams, named after the first Spanish settlers who arrived in California, are active competitors in the West Coast Conference of Division I of the NCAA. The University of San Fransisco is ranked at 110 in the current edition of the National Best College, making it one of the best in the country.

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