As a Mills student, you’ll live and study in one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the United States. You’ll explore ’s unique neighborhoods and benefit from all that our location on the Pacific Rim has to offer. Arts organizations, healthcare providers, tech giants, and nonprofits also call this area home—and we keep tabs on internships and job openings for students to explore. Our faculty has deep roots in the San Francisco Bay Area’s creative, academic, and professional communities and can often connect you to one-of-a-kind resources and learning opportunities.
Oakland will forever be my favorite city. There is so much diversity and ingenuity!Sarah Aida Gonzalez ’09
Major media outlets—including the UK’s and , , and —have called Oakland one of the coolest cities in America. Our students take full advantage of this, enjoying the First Friday gallery crawls, hiking through the East Bay hills at Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park, and sharing snacks from the best gourmet food trucks around.
See what the New York Times says you can do in just , and then check out a few of our local neighborhoods:
Mills students don’t limit themselves to exploring Oakland. The extends from picturesque and in the North Bay to world-famous in the South Bay. In between, there are the wonders of the —home to the historic Haight-Ashbury district, the , (whose attractions range from the California Academy of Sciences to the de Young Museum to, surprisingly, a ), and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Our students also study and play in our neighboring city of . They take advantage of our partner programs with UC Berkeley, attend plays at the Berkeley Rep, and devour ridiculously huge pizza slices on Telegraph Avenue.
一本到国内在线视观看-一道本不卡高清专区-一本在线高清不卡dvdDuring your time at Mills, you’ll have the opportunity to explore all the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer: