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San Diego State University

Office of the President

  • SDSU's College of Education is a leader among U.S. universities when it comes to external grants.
  • SDSU starting pitcher Brett Seeburger was selected in the 10th round of the 2017 MLB Draft.
  • A women veterans success program is on the horizon at SDSU.
  • Students in SDSU’s Sage Project and community members painted a mural at the Recreation Center
  • Kristian Krugman and Reyanne Mustafa are finalists in the “How Green Is Your Idea” Challenge.
  • Six SDSU athletes were named All-Americans by an NCAA coaches' group.

College of Education Excels in Externally Funded Grants

Increasing Attention to the Grant Application Process is Yielding Rewards, with $21 Million in External Funding in 2016.

Five Aztecs Selected in 2017 Major League Baseball Draft

Picks by St. Louis Cardinals, Colorado Rockies, Los Angeles Dodgers and Toronto Blue Jays Include Three Pitchers

Boosting Success After Service for Women Student Veterans

Planned Campus Program Recognizes That Issues Faced By Females in Military Service Are Different From Men

Sage Project Creates Public Art for City of Lemon Grove

Mural was Among Several Projects Developed During Collaboration with More Than 30 Classes

Students’ Idea Reduces Food Waste – and Hunger

Mentorship by ZIP Launchpad Helped Team Become Finalists in North American Competition

Six Aztecs Named All-Americans in Track and Field

Honors Are Awarded for Performances at NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships
    • 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.