Food Trucks

Food trucks serve during the academic year when Fall and Spring classes are in session. They are located between Hensill Hall and the Science Building Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 2 PM. 


Global Museum

In 2014, the Museum Studies Program closed its gallery in the Humanities Building to reorganize and move the collections to new spaces in the Fine Arts Building, which include a new exhibition gallery, a state-of-the-art collections preservation facility, and a teaching classroom and digital lab. This reorganization led to the establishment of the Global Museum, a university museum that serves as a teaching lab for the Museum Studies program, an academic resource for the university, and a public space for the greater Bay Area community. 

Farmer's Market

Every Thursday, fresh local produce and a lot more can be found at the Associated Students Farmer's Market.

Location: In front of the Humanities Building (see map)
When: Every Thursday during the Spring and Fall semesters from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Mashouf Wellness Center

The Mashouf Wellness Center will be an exciting, state-of-the-art, 118,700 square-foot facility, supporting general well-being by providing recreation and wellness programs and activities for the SF State campus. The design intentionally reflects a multi-functionality of space to support “a little something for everyone”, providing recreation, wellness, and event space to support activities and programs appealing to our diverse student body.

Landscape Improvements

In an ongoing effort to improve and beautify our community, Employee & Family Housing would like to inform you that we will be starting landscape improvements to several blocks of University Park North. The project is aimed to increase environmental value by installing native and habitat plantings, increase functionality, and further reduce water use by reducing lawns.

Student Housing & Creative Arts Building

San Francisco State University has begun construction on two important projects — a mixed-use, student housing development and a new academic building for the Creative Arts. The student housing will be located on Holloway Avenue between Cardenas and Varela Avenues. The Creative Arts building will be located on Tapia Drive at the intersection of Font Boulevard and Holloway Avenue. Construction on the Creative Arts building is expected to take about 24 months, beginning June 2018 with completion expected in spring 2020.