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  • The career fair serves as a hiring event for entrepreneurial-minded students seeking internships.
  • This will be the fourth time the first two rounds of the men’s basketball championship have been hel
  • Students in the Susan and Stephen Weber Honors College benefit from contemporary and challenging cla
  • John Elder received the University Senate’s annual Teaching Excellence Award.
  • Students from more than 30 classes submitted recommendations for civic improvements in Lemon Grove
  • The Aztecs enter the conference tournament as defending champions.

Linking Students with Startups

Lavin Center's LaunchIn Panel and Career Fair Helps Entrepreneurial Students Find Internships

March Madness Returns to SDSU in 2022

Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl Will Be a Round 1 and Round 2 Host of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships

Weber Honors College to Welcome Its Largest Class Yet

More Than 300 Freshmen Will Take Up a Curriculum Focused on Real-World Issues

Public Health Leader Honored for Teaching Excellence

Distinguished Professor John Elder, a Psychologist and Behavioral Scientist, Joined SDSU in 1984

Sage Project: A Course in Civic Engagement

SDSU Students Spent an Academic Year Developing Ideas, Designs and Solutions for the City of Lemon Grove

Water Polo Team Headed for Conference Championship

After an Undefeated League Season, SDSU is Top-Seeded in Golden Coast Conference Semifinals
    • SDSU President Elliot Hirshman
      Learn more about his initiatives, interests and academic background.  
    • Building on excellence

      Learn more about Building on Excellence, the strategic plan guiding San Diego State University.

    • Student in a lab
      Undergraduate students are leading beneficiaries of the expanding research enterprise at SDSU.
    • Student walking on campus
      The campaign exceeds its goal and sets a new goal.
    • diverse group of students
      Find out about diversity initiatives under the auspices of the President's Office.
    • Hepner Hall
      SDSU has transformed itself many times over since 1897.