SDSU Campus Photo by Jim Brady
SDSU Campus Photo by Jim Brady
 
Read President Sally Roush's statement on her decisions regarding SDSU's Aztec identity along with the task force final report (including survey results and analysis), next steps, and FAQs.
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SDSU’s annual homecoming football game has been set for Saturday, October 20 when the Aztecs take on the San Jose State University Spartans.
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SDSU’s plans for a Mission Valley campus focus on collaboration, community and economic growth.
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The Aztecs to Hollywood fund will give SDSU students opportunities for real-world experiences in the film and television industry. Your tax-deductible gift of any amount will help provide high-impact seed money to help top students pursue their goals.
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Need some new SDSU alumni gear? Register now because this month's Aztec for Life® Monthly Prize Giveaway has a trio of great gifts courtesy of the SDSU Bookstore!
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The students in the L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at San Diego State are bright and entrepreneurial, pursuing an education to transform their lives and an industry. When you make a gift to the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management in this campaign, you fund these student experiences – and an anonymous donor will match your gift, dollar for dollar!
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SDSU’s ninth president sees opportunities to strengthen the university's regional, national and global presence.
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A beautiful, but seldom seen campus mural may soon be drawing more attention.
Michael Mau (’90)
In a case of fortuitous timing, an Apple iPad Wi-Fi 32GB could double as a retirement gift for the latest Aztec for Life® Monthly Prize Giveaway winner.
Celebrate Pride 2018!
Connect and socialize July 11 at SDSU's Second Annual Pre-Pride Alumni & Friends Happy Hour.
Mountain Man
Retired teacher Rick Dryer this month will use his 100th summit of Mt. San Jacinto to raise scholarship funds for SDSU’s College of Education.