At the University of San Francisco, making the world a better place is at the core of every curriculum.
Nursing students provide treatment to low-income patients in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, architecture majors design and rebuild homes in Nicaragua and education students lead elementary school classrooms in Belize.
That commitment to social justice—a calling greater than personal achievement—is what makes the University of San Francisco truly unique. It’s not part of a political agenda or lip service. “This isn’t volunteering,” said Andrew Shane, class of 2013. “This is learning. It changed me forever.”