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SDSU is partnering with Handshake, a leading online career platform, to connect students with thousands of employers– including every Fortune 500 company. You can find job and internship opportunities tailored to your interests and skills from across the U.S.; connect with alumni and students in your field; and register for on-campus job interviews, career fairs and workshops – all from the palm of your hand. Try the Handshake app on your phone or access from your laptop.


Read more about Handshake or visit Handshake's support for students. To claim your account, log into Handshake using your SDSUid login. 



Slam-Dunk Good Time


The SDSU men’s basketball team is off to its best start since a certain player named Kawhi Leonard was on campus, and the 2019-20 Aztecs are bringing the national spotlight to the university.


The team is in the heart of Mountain West Conference play, and it’s easy to show your support. Don’t worry about livestreaming or whether the game is on a network carried by your TV package. Student tickets are free, so come join the raucous scene at Viejas Arena in person – four home games in the next month!


Pull out your phone and go here to obtain your free tickets.


Be International

SDSU ranks fifth in the nation in the number of students who embark on study abroad experiences, and you can learn more about how to take part at the Study Abroad Fair on Feb. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the North Library Walkway. International experiences range from a few weeks to a year, and financial aid is available for those facing financial challenges.

Follow our new group of Be International study abroad bloggers for the spring semester to see where other students are studying and traveling and what they think of their experiences.

SDSU World Campus

SDSU College of Extended Studies is now SDSU World Campus.

With most classes open to current SDSU students, the rebranded SDSU World Campus will provide innovative programs designed to meet the training and workforce needs of the many communities SDSU serves. There will be a greater emphasis placed on online courses, off-site programs and other nontraditional modalities. Any credits, degrees or certificates earned through SDSU World Campus will hold the same academic and professional weight as they did previously from the College of Extended Studies or any other San Diego State University college.

Click here for FAQs about the change.


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Associated Students Elections


Associated Students Elections


Ready to make a difference? Run or apply for a leadership position in Associated Students, the student organization that helps run SDSU in shared governance with the SDSU president and the University Senate.


In addition to five A.S. executive officer positions, there are 33 other leadership positions up for election. If running a campaign isn't for you, consider applying to serve on the A.S. Board of Directors or one of 14 other appointed leadership positions.


Applications for elected and appointed positions are available beginning Jan. 31 in the A.S. Office in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, Room 320. Info sessions for prospective leaders will be Feb. 10-11.


Applications for elected positions are due to the A.S. Office by 4 p.m. Feb. 20. For more information about A.S. elections, visit


  • Jan. 21: Men’s Basketball vs. Wyoming, Viejas Arena
  • Jan. 23: Spring Aztec Nights - Live Band Karaoke and Trivia Night, Montezuma Hall
  • Jan. 24: Spring Aztec Nights - Nailed It: DIY Night, Montezuma Hall
  • Jan. 25: Spring Aztec Nights - “Category is … Drag Pageantry,” Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
  • Jan. 27-31: SDSU Ambassador Information Sessions, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
  • Jan. 29: Mix It Up, Student Lounge, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
  • Jan. 29: Women’s Basketball vs. New Mexico, Viejas Arena
  • Feb. 1: Men’s Basketball vs. Utah State, Viejas Arena
  • Feb. 3: Community Service Info Session, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
  • Feb. 4: Commuter Luncheon, Commuter Resources Center
  • Feb. 8: Women’s Basketball vs. Air Force, Viejas Arena
  • Feb. 10: Community Service Partners Lunch featuring Rady Children’s Hospital
  • Feb. 11: Men’s Basketball vs. New Mexico, Viejas Arena
  • Feb. 13: Every Kiss Begins with Consent, Campanile Walkway Flagpole
  • Feb. 14: 30th Annual Campbell/ Cartier Classic - Softball vs. Southern Utah, SDSU Softball Stadium
  • Feb. 21: Diversity Career Conference, Montezuma Hall
  • Feb. 22: Men’s Basketball vs. UNLV, Viejas Arena


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  • Spring Career & Internship Fair, Wednesday, Feb. 12, 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. 10 - 11 AM | Thursday, Feb. 13, 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. | Montezuma Hall. Starting a career? Bring your resume and meet with hundreds of employers and job recruiters.


» Find more info on career-related workshops and events, on- and off-campus internships, and jobs at the Career Services website.



 Featured Jobs

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Explore your interests, jump-start your professional career or earn a little extra dough – check out this month’s featured jobs and internships on campus and off!!


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Bring old friends and make new ones at Aztec Nights – free late-night fun and entertainment right here on campus from Jan. 23 - 25. Start spring with loads of entertainment that'll rock your social life and jump-start your semester. This spring’s three events include a drag performance, a do-it-yourself maker night and karaoke and trivia. Click for event details .


Celebrate Black History Month at SDSU in February.


The SDSU Black Resource Center has a slate of events to commemorate the month that highlights achievements by black Americans and recognizes the central role of black Americans in U.S. history. Events include the 2nd annual Super Sunday Gospel Fest on Feb. 23 and a three-day Campus Curlz natural hair exhibit the week of Feb. 17.


Learn more about SDSU and polish your leadership skills by becoming an SDSU Ambassador – the official student representatives, tour guides and orientation leaders at San Diego State University. Download the application and find the information session schedule. Deadline to apply is 4 p.m. Feb. 3. Applicants are encouraged to attend at least one information session.

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leadership summit

There’s still time to register for the 11th Annual SDSU Leadership Summit to be held Feb. 15 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. It’s all about “Finding Your Piece in the Leadership Puzzle."


Registration is $30 for SDSU students with a valid RedID and $40 for off-campus college students and other participants.

JCPenney suit-up

Learn how to dress to impress for your next interview or job and receive up to 60 percent off professional apparel, accessories and shoes on Jan. 26 at this special event sponsored by JCPenney and SDSU Career Services. Enjoy presentations by JCPenney staff on how to dress for the big interview and knowing your correct size, as well as a short fashion show with a range of business attire.


The Suit-Up is 5 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Jan. 26 at the JCPenney in Fashion Valley Mall. Register for free here! Need transportation? Contact Becca Stinn at for a free trolley pass. Don’t forget to bring your SDSU ID to participate!

"a journey through breast cancer" documentary

Witness the power of communicating during an illness at the screening of a new documentary that follows one woman on her journey through breast cancer and into remission. “A Journey Through Breast Cancer” will be shown at 6 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Theatre in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union.


Longtime SDSU communication professor Wayne Beach, director of the Center for Communication, Health & the Public Good, is the executive producer. Learn more about the genesis of the documentary in this video.

Diversity Career Conference

Discover how identity and cultural influences lead to empowered career decision-making at the Diversity Career Conference on Feb. 21 at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union.


The conference is a student-focused event with an emphasis on people who identify with communities that are historically underrepresented in professional settings.


The free conference is limited to 125 students, so register for the conference today. Students who register before Jan. 31 will be entered to win a Hydroflask.