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   August/September 2018 @State

 

A.S. Welcomes Students to Get Involved This Academic Year

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Associated Students President Chris Thomas encourages students to get involved and make their mark at SDSU.

 

» READ CHRIS’S WELCOME MESSAGE AND FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ASSOCIATED STUDENTS.


 

aztecnights


Gather your friends and treat yourself to chocolate fountains, massages, a Campus Carnival, dances, movies, comedy and more as you ease into the new year.


» CHECK OUT THE DETAILS ABOUT AZTEC NIGHTS' ON-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES.



 

meet the summer bloggers of 2018


Meet the Be International Bloggers. Discover why over 3,000 SDSU students study abroad every year by following the adventures and cultural explorations of study abroad participants and international students. Students will be blogging from 11 countries, including China, Sweden and Ghana.


» MEET THE NEW BLOGGERS



 

CSU fully online launched - photo of 2 students looking at laptop


Free Online Classes for Enrolled Students! Through a new program, SDSU undergraduates can now take one free, fully online course offered at another CSU campus every term.


» LEARN MORE ABOUT FREE COURSES



 

you could be eligible for free groceries. see story for info


CalFresh Enrollment Specialists Now on Campus If you are in need of food-related financial assistance, you could be eligible for help through the CalFresh program. CalFresh and SDSU's Economic Crisis Response Team have partnered to bring CalFresh enrollment specialists to the San Diego campus. Just walk in to meet with CalFresh enrollment specialists for help with sign-ups, eligibility appeals and information.

Tuesdays and Fridays
8:30 a.m. to noon; 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Well-Being and Health Promotion (3rd floor, Calpulli Center)

Tuesdays and Fridays
8:30 a.m. to noon
EOP Office (2nd floor, Student Services East)


» LEARN MORE ABOUT FOOD INSECURITY RESOURCES



 

follow prezdelatorre on social media

New SDSU President Adela de la Torre has been very busy – keep up with her by following her social media.


» FOLLOW @PREZDELATORRE ON TWITTER and INSTAGRAM.



 

 FOR YOUR CALENDAR

  • Sept. 3: Labor Day holiday. Campus closed.
  • Sept. 6: Last day for faculty to drop students from classes.
  • Sept. 8: Football vs Sacramento State (SkyShow fireworks)
  • Sept. 10: Deadline for payment of fees for registration (3:30 p.m.)
  • Sept. 11: Study Abroad Fair
  • Sept. 12-13: Fall Career & Internship Fair
  • Sept. 15: Football vs. Arizona State
  • Sept. 21: Campus forum on the university's site plan for a Mission Valley campus
  • Sept. 22: Aztec for Life 5K
  • Sept. 22: Football vs. Eastern Michigan (Family Weekend)
  • Oct. 11: Graduate & Professional School Fair
  • Oct. 12: Football vs. Air Force (Hall of Fame Weekend)
  • Oct. 15: Campus forum on the university's site plan for a Mission Valley campus

 CAREER SERVICES

looking for work? these employers are looking for you

 

Set yourself on the path to professional success when SDSU Career Services hosts its Fall Career & Internship Fair on Sept. 12-13.


» LEARN MORE ABOUT SDSU CAREER SERVICES' EVENTS AND PROGRAMS

 


 Featured Jobs

looking for work? these employers are looking for you

 

SDSU offers a number of open positions for student assistants and work study students.


» SEE HOW CAREER SERVICES CONNECTS YOU TO JOBS AND INTERNSHIPS.

Have a story idea or a question? Contact Communications Services at comsvs@sdsu.edu

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Join the fun and get involved in campus life at Welcome Week

The fun continues through the semester with Aztec Nights Thursday through Saturday evenings


Learn more about Welcome Week

Student Football Ticket Changes

Tickets to all Aztecs football games at SDCCU Stadium are still free for students, and you can now claim yours by phone – starting the Monday before each home game at http://sdsustudenttix.com


LEARN MORE ABOUT STUDENT TICKETS

Campus Forum on Mission Valley Site Plan

Curious about the university's plans if it has the opportunity to expand to Mission Valley or have an idea to pass along? Three public forums are planned for students, faculty and staff: 1:30 p.m. Sept. 21, 1:30 p.m. Oct. 15 and 1 p.m. Nov. 1. Locations will be announced.


LEARN MORE ABOUT SDSU's SITE PLAN FOR A MISSION VALLEY CAMPUS

Explore Study Abroad Options

Take the first step on your international journey at the Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 11. Talk to advisers from multiple programs, colleges and departments, as well as international students eager to tell you about their home countries.


CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO FOR MORE ABOUT STUDY ABROAD FAIR

free bike registration

Discourage thieves with
free bike registration
and
free U-locks (while supplies last) from the University Police Department.

EVENING RIDES ON THE RED & BLACK SHUTTLE

Catch an evening ride on the newly expanded Red & Black Shuttle, which has three routes and 18 on- and off-campus stops for current SDSU affiliates.

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS WITH ZIP LAUNCHPAD

Have you ever wanted to launch a startup or pursue your passion as a business? ZIP Launchpad is accepting applications until Sept. 16.
Apply to ZIP Launchpad
.


RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

Over the summer, 70 students took part in funded undergraduate research with SDSU faculty. Take a look at how research enriches your education and how you can get started.


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