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Our team embraces emerging communications technologies to share the university's best stories with the public.
The Department of Marketing & Communications, in the Division of University Relations and Development, is the voice of SDSU.

Department initiatives reach ever-expanding audiences, from the university's 290,000 alumni to the region's 3 million-plus population who rely on SDSU graduates to power the local economy.

Through news media, government relations, campus programs and community outreach, SDSU Marketing & Communications develops initiatives that support the university's mission, projects and programs — namely excellent teaching, research and community service.

You play an important role in promoting San Diego State’s reputation when you use our trademarked name and images. Visit Brand Central to learn more.
Official SDSU logos can be downloaded in six different file types. Permission is required for non-university use. Visit the SDSU Logos page.
The media relations team is responsible for communicating SDSU's news stories to local and national audiences through contact with television, radio, print and online media.
Note: documents in Portable Document Format (PDF) require Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or higher to view; download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Learn about the Aztec Leadership Network and the university's strong commitment to student success, international experiences, impactful research and entrepreneurship.
United by pride in our Aztec roots, the SDSU community is committed to improving student success, advancing research and creative endeavors, contributing to the community and building our culture of philanthropy.
The office of Analytic Studies and Institutional Research (ASIR) collects, aggregates, analyzes and reports data to support University planning.  This website provides interactive tools to encourage exploration of SDSU trends and to compile information for various purposes including accreditation, grant submission, program review and budget support. 
Contact Information for:

Marketing and Communications
phone (619) 594-5204
fax (619) 594-5956