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  • Morteza Mehrabadi
  • The SDSU Library
  • Unidentified baseball player
  • Aztec Dance Marathon celebrates its record-setting fundraising total
  • Adela de la Torre
  • Artist's rendition of the proposed Mission Valley campus.

Morteza Mehrabadi

Morteza "Monte" Mehrabadi, who advanced the academic and research excellence of SDSU's College of Engineering after becoming its dean in 2014,passed away on March 14.

SDSU Grad Programs Ranked Among Nation's Best

U.S. News and World Report’s graduate school rankings for 2019 gave high marks to SDSU programs in education, social work, nursing and public affairs.

No. 25 Aztecs at 14-6 for Season with Midweek Win

San Diego State University remained the only Mountain West Conference team in Baseball America's college rankings after a series win at Cal Poly.

Long Night of Dance is Nothing Short of Amazing

The 15-hour Aztec Dance Marathon raised a record sum for Rady Children’s Hospital.

Adela de la Torre Appointed President of SDSU

The president–designate shared her guiding principles and priorities with the San Diego State University community during a visit to campus.

A Vision and a Plan for SDSU in Mission Valley

The redevelopment proposal would give the university space to grow, preserve open space, and provide additional student housing and affordable housing without taxpayer dollars.
    • 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.