San Diego State University

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By: SDSU Associated StudentsHistoric Scripps Cottage is one of the most scenic locations on campus. Completion of its restoration calls for updated lighting and conversion of an unrestored kitchen area into a restroom with improved access for disabled visitors. Your donation will also help repair patio and deck areas near the turtle pond including a barbecue featuring bricks from the university’s original downtown site. Thank you for your support!
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By: SDSU International Student CenterFinancial concerns are one of the primary reasons students decide against studying abroad. By supporting SDSU Be International, you will provide scholarships that allow all SDSU students to explore diverse locations and choose the international experience – be it study abroad, internship, service learning or research – that is right for them.
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By: SDSU International Student CenterWith new international students coming to SDSU every fall and more than 2,200 currently on campus, the SDSU international student community needs your support for its scholarship fund. A donation to this campaign will positively impact the International Student Center and its students.
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By: SDSU School of Speech, Language, and Hearing SciencesThe SDSU Speech-Language and Audiology Clinics provide diagnostic and intervention services to children and adults in the community who experience hearing problems and communication disorders. Your support of this program will allow us to provide materials and services that will benefit our clients and graduate students.
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By: SDSU Special CollectionsMore than 20,000 comics are included in SDSU's Comic Arts Collection. Help make this invaluable resource for academics and the comic-obsessed alike accessible to students, alumni, and the community.
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By: Aztec Recreation Sport Club ProgramThe SDSU Women's Ultimate Frisbee team is preparing for an elite national competition in Seattle, Washington. Your support will help reduce the cost of attendance for our players, and ultimately, allow more of our athletes to compete on the national stage. Our ability to participate in the competition will increase visibility of the club, enable recruitment of the best ultimate frisbee athletes to SDSU, and help us accumulate points towards our SDSU Sports Club League ranking.
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By: SDSU Women's Resource CenterThe Women's Resource Center at SDSU provides support and advocacy, empowers student voices, connects community members to on-campus and local resources, and creates and facilitates educational programs and events. Join our crowdfunding effort to help the WRC provide supportive and informative programming for our students.
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By: SDSU Arts and Letters Alumni Chapter (ALAC)Every year, The Arts and Letters Alumni Chapter awards a scholarship to a deserving College of Arts & Letters student. We need your support to offset these costs and help students achieve their goals.
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By: The Joan and Art Barron Veterans Center

The Veterans Center at SDSU has developed a culture of appreciation and support for our military-affiliated students. We're providing scholarships and programming to help Aztecs gain access to education, adjust to civilian life, and succeed in completing their degrees. Join the crowdfunding effort today to have your gift matched by a generous supporter of our program! 
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By: The Weber Honors CollegeThe SDSU Weber Honors College is seeking support to further our objective to graduate diverse, well-rounded students who have both the knowledge and experience required to make a difference. Your gift of any amount will support innovative, creative, and problem-based course enrichment activities that help students move their work beyond the classroom into the local and global community.
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By: SDSU School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences (ENS)The SDSU Adaptive Fitness Center has served over 1,300 disabled community members and provided hands-on training for over 3,000 ENS students since 1983. Your support of this program will allow us to make improvements that will benefit the community and our clients.
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By: Aztec Recreation Sport Club ProgramLast year, The SDSU Ski and Snowboard team had a successful competition season and was able to place first in Men's Snowboarding Overall, second in Women's Freestyle Skiing Overall, and third in Women's Snowboarding Overall within the USCSA Southwest League. We are looking forward to another successful competition season and are asking for support to help ensure another great year.
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By: Aztec Recreation Sport Club ProgramThe SDSU Cycling team encourages athletes at all skill levels to learn the sport of cycling and be a part of a competitive SDSU Sport Club Team. We would like to raise money for our kit (uniform) with the help of the members of our community.