Their SF State Stories
Three SF State graduates share how their degrees opened doors and changed their lives
Michael J. Payton
His love of hip-hop blossomed into a dream job — with a little help along the way from social media and Jay-Z
After growing up in a neighborhood with a troubling history of pollution, she’s using community-engaged research to fight health disparities
A seed planted in the University’s MBA program has grown into a mini-Filipino food empire
Home Is Where the Art Is
Snugly tucked in our foggy corner of the city, the SF State campus has expanded geographically, vertically and intellectually since it opened in 1952. You will find more than 50 works of public art along its pathways and hallways — sometimes hiding in plain sight — symbolizing the evolution of a university, of a community, of public space. Explore the art.