Redifer Commons is in South Campus, mostly freshmen and who live nearby enjoy dining here. There are lots of options as well.
Syracuse University is known for its amazing communications program. Newhouse School of Public communications #1 in the nation for communications (undergrad) and journalism (graduate) programs! Some famous alumni that have went here are Dick Clark, Bob Costas, Marv Albert etc.
Adams Humanities is home to all language classes and other small lecture classes like COMM 103, a required class for Freshmen! All classes seat 15-30 students. Classes in this building meet more frequently than large lectures - typically 4 times a week for 50 minutes.
Grant introduces the famous RU Hungry that will be shown in a next video
The SHSU Library is where you find all of your needs for studying, research, etc. It holds conference rooms for meetings or big study groups, you also free printing! Even, you get starbucks in the library as well!
A close-up of the turtles to show how cute they are. This spot is totally serene and peaceful. A lot of students will bring blankets/towels on especially sunny days and lay out in the surrounding quad area.
Touchdown for Penn State University!
These are some friends that also live in the Quads, they are liking school so far!
Inside the Finley Commons, lots of seating areas. At the second floor the main dining area is located.
Follow with Grant as he walks into the College Ave Student center's food bazaar, where multiple private food vendors sell food.
Showing the wide arrangement of vending machines that students can purchase food, drinks and other items from. Grant also talks about how student centers are great places to program events
This is the newly renovated commons in the campus
Just chillling with my girl Kaitlyn eating at a cantine called the mix downstairs of pollock dining.
Take a peek of the different vendors that participate in the Farmers Market. This vendor in particular is student-ran, made possible through SDSU's innovation center that allows students the resources to cultivate their own business plans and ideas.
Redifer Commons is in South Campus, mostly freshmen and who live nearby enjoy dining here. There are lots of options as well.
Syracuse University is known for its amazing communications program. Newhouse School of Public communications #1 in the nation for communications (undergrad) and journalism (graduate) programs! Some famous alumni that have went here are Dick Clark, Bob Costas, Marv Albert etc.
Adams Humanities is home to all language classes and other small lecture classes like COMM 103, a required class for Freshmen! All classes seat 15-30 students. Classes in this building meet more frequently than large lectures - typically 4 times a week for 50 minutes.
Grant introduces the famous RU Hungry that will be shown in a next video
The SHSU Library is where you find all of your needs for studying, research, etc. It holds conference rooms for meetings or big study groups, you also free printing! Even, you get starbucks in the library as well!
A close-up of the turtles to show how cute they are. This spot is totally serene and peaceful. A lot of students will bring blankets/towels on especially sunny days and lay out in the surrounding quad area.
Touchdown for Penn State University!
These are some friends that also live in the Quads, they are liking school so far!
Inside the Finley Commons, lots of seating areas. At the second floor the main dining area is located.
Follow with Grant as he walks into the College Ave Student center's food bazaar, where multiple private food vendors sell food.
Showing the wide arrangement of vending machines that students can purchase food, drinks and other items from. Grant also talks about how student centers are great places to program events
This is the newly renovated commons in the campus
Just chillling with my girl Kaitlyn eating at a cantine called the mix downstairs of pollock dining.
Take a peek of the different vendors that participate in the Farmers Market. This vendor in particular is student-ran, made possible through SDSU's innovation center that allows students the resources to cultivate their own business plans and ideas.

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