Located in Marcus Hall, Room 119
Phone: (415) 338- 2036
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Students wishing to pursue a BECA degree - whether incoming freshmen, transfers from other colleges or universities, or prospective graduate students - are encouraged to contact the BECA Department.
To reserve a spot call (415) 338-1787 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For tours of the San Francisco State University campus, please visit the Campus Tour website for details, schedules and services.
The Department of Broadcast & Electronic Communication Arts advising and services continue remotely.
Although SF State has transitioned all classes to remote learning, the BECA Department remains deeply committed to our student's education. Faculty are working hard to adapt BECA's curriculum and provide students with a high-quality education even under these challenging conditions. Please be sure to check your SF State email regularly to receive important messages from BECA, the College of Liberal & Creative Arts and the University.
For questions about specific classes, email your professor. Face to face meetings are not possible at this time. View the faculty page to find contact information.
For questions about graduation applications or student petitions email Kendra Harris email@example.com
For general questions and services email firstname.lastname@example.org
Advising: Please look over the Advising page for information about how and when to seek advising.
Transportation and Parking
San Francisco State University is readily accessible by public transportation from all parts of the Bay Area.
For general information, please visit the SF State Parking and Transportation website.
Getting to Campus
- BART: to Daly City, then MUNI 28 bus to SF State.
- SF MUNI: M, 28, 29, 18, or 17 to SF State.
Holloway Avenue or Lake Merced Boulevard are bike-friendly routes. Bike parking available on Tapia Drive and along 19th Avenue.
Highway 101 or Interstate 280 to 19th Avenue and Holloway Avenue.
Street parking is limited. During the week, paid parking is available on the Northwestern side of campus. If you plan to visit during the evening or weekend, there is a small 40-car paid parking lot on Holloway Avenue and Cardenas Avenue that is open to the public. Parking permits are $3.00 for two hours or $6.00 for the day. Pay stations are cash only and require exact change.
Local restaurants and shops within a 30-minute radius.
- WALK: Park Merced Plaza (Cambon Dr + Castelo Ave), Stonestown
- BIKE or PUBLIC TRANSIT: Park Merced Plaza, Stonestown, Taraval, West Portal, Ocean Avenue
- CAR: Park Merced Plaza, Stonestown, Westlake, West Portal, Lakeshore, Ocean Avenue, Glen Park, Mission