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A rendering of the new Aztec Center A rendering of the new Aztec Center

Aztec Center Project Goes Online

The latest updates on the new Aztec Center go online via Facebook, Twitter and a new blog.

As construction activity on the new Aztec Center draws near, San Diego State is committed to keeping the campus well informed of relocation information and project progress.

Keep up to date online

A dedicated Twitter, Facebook and blog will ensure the campus community has access to instantaneous updates. The social media sites are also closely monitored to answer questions about the new student union.

For the latest construction information and updates on the progress of the new Aztec Center, follow the project on Facebook and Twitter, via @azteccentersdsu.

Information is also available on the project blog at and on the website.

Funded by students

Funding for the new Aztec Center comes from a portion of the Student Body Center fee, voted on by students, to build and operate the student union. As the new Aztec Center is a student-funded project, keeping all students informed on its progress is a priority. 

“Students have made the new Aztec Center possible, so it is important that developments in this project are communicated to our student body. Social media is a great way to engage with students and share information on the project because so many of us already use it on a daily basis,” said Grant Mack, president of Associated Students and an integral member of the team that led the effort to pass the new Aztec Center referendum.

About the new Aztec Center

Upon completion in the fall of 2013, the new 200,891 square-foot Aztec Center will house:

  • Satellite fitness center
  • Meeting spaces
  • Study lounges
  • University Information Center

Students will also be able to enjoy three new dining facilities with outdoor seating, a convenience store, retail services for banking and travel, as well as a pub restaurant. Located in the heart of campus, this world-class, sustainable facility will serve as a central gathering place for Aztecs to learn, exchange ideas, celebrate tradition and develop social and cultural connections.