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San Diego State University

Office of the President

  • Fundraising at SDSU exceeded $100 million for a second consecutive year.
  • The SDSU women’s soccer team has appeared in the last five Mountain West championship games.
  • SDSU researcher Mahasweta Sarkar studies brain-computer interface technology.
  • Sanford Bernstein received an award honoring his longtime research into muscle proteins.
  • SDSU was ranked 65th among national public universities for quality, affordability and outcomes.
  • The Aztec Mentor Program gave Kevin Barcelona a chance to held Susan Nguyen see her potential.

Contributions to SDSU Top $105 Million for 2016-17

Support Includes 10,000 First-Time Donors and a $25 Million Matching Gift from Ron and Alexis Fowler

Soccer Team Poised for Strong Start in Conference

Aztecs Have Won Four Mountain West Regular-Season Titles Since 2012

Brain Signals as a Pathway to Mobility

SDSU Researcher Mahasweta Sarkar is Investigating the Use of Biosensors to Capture Brain Signals Involved in Movement

NIH Honors SDSU Biologist for Muscle Research

MERIT Award for Sanford Bernstein (left) Recognizes Superior Research Competence and Productivity

SDSU Scores High for Quality, Affordability, and Outcomes

Money Magazine Report Places SDSU 65th Among Public Universities in Annual Rankings of “Best Colleges for Your Money.”

Aztec Mentor Program Enriches Prep for Career Goals

Alumni Professionals Provide Guidance and Expertise in One-on-One Mentorships
    • SDSU President Sally Roush
      Learn more about her experience, professional service 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 exceeded its goal, raising over $800 million for scholarships and initiatives.
    • 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.