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The City College of San Francisco

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Nov 04 2013Undecided
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I go to The Mission Campus of City College of San Francisco, to learn English. The campus administration is run by a bitch named Joy Lamboy who doesn't care about the students or faculty. I want to go somewhere else.
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Sep 29 2013Mechanical Engineering
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Excellent science department. First rate. Math department will try to break you. Only take math profs with good ratemyprofessor feedback. Much of the rest of the college is various identity politics departments competing for resources. Take all the GE online and avoid the drama. The campus is at the ass end of town, up on a windy hill. Takes an hour on MUNI from most SF neighborhoods. I just spend all day there studying. Kids get mugged at night in the neighborhood, seems like more police now Hopefully this school gets to stay open.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2014
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Surrounding City: A+, University Resource Use: C
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Jun 10 2013Physics
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Just like almost everyone else, i was rejected to every single college that I wanted to go to when I applied as a HS student. But i am grateful for ccsf b/c it gave me a second chance. As a student trying to transfer, i was accepted to every single school i applied to transfer to! The professors I had were actually very good (thanks to ratemyprof), they were nice, funny and approachable. The best thing about CCSF is that it's CHEAP! I saved so much money going here! Dont feel depressed that you go here, just work hard and you will transfer! Looking back, the campus may be ugly, the ppl may be ghetto but ccsf has great professors and nice transfer counselors.
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Surrounding City: A+, Social Life: F
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