Sierra Nevada Field Campus (SNFC)

Sierra Nevada Field Campus (SNFC)
Courses in the Tahoe National Forest

Sierra Nevada Field Campus Website

SNFC Website

Visit the SNFC website

Sierra Nevada Field Campus Class Schedule

Class Schedule

Summer schedule coming soon

Registration

Registration

How to start taking classes

 

Students study in the grass

 

Sierra Nevada Field Campus Students

 

Sierra Nevada Field Campus cabin

 

 

 

About the Sierra Nevada Field Campus

 

About the Sierra Nevada Field Campus

Tahoe National Forest is the site of San Francisco State University's Sierra Nevada Field Campus (SNFC). The College of Extended Learning offers short courses for academic credit at the campus in the summer. UCorp also offers non-credit workshops. Learn more about UCorp workshops.

Surrounded by thousands of forest acres, lakes, 49er gold mines and ghost towns, and partially bound by a trout tributary of the Yuba River, the campus offers students a unique opportunity to explore the natural environment of the Sierra first-hand.

 

    Frequently Asked Questions

     

    • SF State College of Extended Learning Enrollment Services
      Phone: (415) 405-7700 (option 5)
      Phone Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    • Go to SF State ID, SF State Password, and Login Assistance
    • On right, select Look Up SF State ID
    • Enter as much requested information as possible to help identify you, then click the Submit button.
    • Your SF State ID will be displayed. If a unique match cannot be found, please contact Extended Learning Enrollment Services, (415) 405-7700 (choose option 5).
    • If you cannot obtain a reset code through this website, you will need to send picture ID to the university. Please call Extended Learning Enrollment Services at (415) 405-7700 (choose option 5). This process may take 48 - 72 hours to complete.
    • Go to SF State ID, SF State Password and Login Assistance
    • On the right, select Forgot or need an SF State Password?
    • Enter your SF State ID, then click Next
    • On the SF State Password Reset screen, enter the answers to your reset questions and select Submit Answer
    • The authorization question that you answer will be used to identify you as the account owner. Once authorized, you can set up a new SF State Password

      Classes & Workshops — Open to All

      Learn about birds, bats, insects, fungi, reptiles, plants, streams, astronomy, fly fishing, cultural history, painting, writing & more.

      See a list of College of Extended Learning credit classes and UCorp non-credit workshops on the SNFC website.