The Cesar Chavez Student Center is a non-profit supporting organization of San Francisco State University. The Cesar Chavez Student Center is located at the heart of campus and has been a dynamic hub of student activities since September 1975. Besides housing the SFSU Bookstore, more than 20 student organization offices, food and beverage vendors, and other facilities. The Student Center is not only a provider of services; it is also one of the largest employers of students on the San Francisco State University campus.
The Art Gallery presents three thought-provoking art exhibits a semester, curated and managed by our wonderful student staff. The Rack-N-Cue, with video games and billiards tables, hosts weekly game and pool tournaments. And last, but not least, The Depot provides entertainment daily ranging from films, listening parties, and rocking bands.
The ART GALLERY is a student-run and student-funded program of the Cesar Chavez Student Center. The gallery is dedicated to bringing the visual and interdisciplinary arts to the
multicultural student body at San Francisco State University through a diverse series of exhibitions of both student and non-student work.
The ART GALLERY is located on the Terrace Level of the Cesar Chavez Student Center, 1650 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco State University.
THE DEPOT is located on the lower level of the Student Center, next to The Pub. The Depot offers FREE live music, films and televised sporting events in a relaxed environment.
The Rack-n-Cue offers awesome arcade games to give you a break from your busy life. You can also battle it out during our weekly video game tournaments
The Cesar Chavez Student Center offers a wide selection of food services, each with their unique cuisine.
We are proud of a new partnership with New Doors Ventures’, providing a worksite for their ALLY program interns. The program provides job training and mentorship through paid internships for San Francisco
at risk youth.
For over ten years the Student Center has worked with the Special-Education Programs assisting young adults in getting ready to go back to school and help them with a new career choices. Also between 3-5 students are provided an opportunity to work at the Student Center each semester and obtain valuable working skills.
They assist the building operators as well as the Operations team to maintain areas of our building during its busy lunch time, when literally thousands of students access our building.