San Diego State University


Faculty and Staff: Groups

Connect with the SDSU Senate, unions for faculty and staff, and other important groups.

SDSU Senate: Learn more about the university governing body for faculty and staff.

California Faculty Association: The CFA is the statewide organization that represents the 23,000 professors, lecturers, librarians, counselors and coaches who teach in the CSU system.

California State Employees Association: The CSEA is a coalition of organizations which represent active and retired state employees.

SDSU Retirement Association: The association serves retired and near retired faculty and staff.


Faculty and Staff: Academic Resources

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Academic Calendar: Track important dates for the academic year.

SDSU WebPortal: Manage classes, generate reports and access other important information for faculty and staff.

Blackboard Courses: Visit SDSU's online academic center. 

Faculty and Staff Directory: Find contact information for people who work at SDSU.

Find more in Academic Resources

Faculty and Staff: Business Resources

resources100.gifFind important information about the university's business operations, safety and security and other related information.

Registrar: The Office of the Registrar manages student records, transcripts, and all registration-related services.

Center for Human Resources: Find out about employment opportunities, campus policies and other human resources information.

Webmail: Access your email from any computer.

Find more in Business Resources 


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