USF is a beautiful campus with a lot of attractive people. Students dress well, with lots of girls showing skin, even in the classroom. However, due to San Francisco’s unpredictable weather, people tend to come to school wearing lots of layers, with cardigans and coats in constant rotation. The guys, typically dressed in jeans and T-shirts, are generally friendlier than the girls, or at the very least, more approachable. Girls are stereotyped as being catty or cliquey, but that’s the private-school stigma talking. Most students are nice and easy to talk to, especially once you’ve shared a class or two.
Students often complain about the ratio of girls to guys, and more specifically, the lack of available dating prospects. This is a common issue with smaller schools, though the small number of undergraduates in no way diminishes the overall attractiveness of the students. And because USF is diverse, all stereotypes aside, there are many good-looking guys and girls. The hard part isn’t finding them—it’s getting to know them. Since USF is set in one of the most interesting cities in the nation, most students look elsewhere for dates.