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Built in 1957, Storm Hall and Nasatir Hall were named for esteemed faculty members Alvena Storm and Abraham Nasatir. The buildings were renovated with the additions of Charles Hostler Hall and the J. Keith Behner and Catherine M. Stiefel Auditorium and rededicated in February 2014. (Photo by Jim Brady)
Built in 1957, Storm Hall and Nasatir Hall were named for esteemed faculty members Alvena Storm and Abraham Nasatir. The buildings were renovated with the additions of Charles Hostler Hall and the J. Keith Behner and Catherine M. Stiefel Auditorium and rededicated in February 2014. (Photo by Jim Brady)
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EMBARK ON A JOURNEY THROUGH THE UNPARALLELED SDSU EXPERIENCE
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EMBARK ON A JOURNEY THROUGH THE UNPARALLELED SDSU EXPERIENCE
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Go Aztecs!
SDSU COMPETES IN 19 NCAA DIVISION I SPORTS
Moving with Momentum
San Diego State had 33 student-athletes earn Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honors for the 2015-16 academic year.
The SDSU football team swept the preseason awards and captured all 29 first-place votes en route to being picked to win the West Division of the Mountain West in the 2016 preseason poll.
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The SDSU football team swept the preseason awards and captured all 29 first-place votes en route to being picked to win the West Division of the Mountain West in the 2016 preseason poll.
Go Aztecs!
SDSU COMPETES IN 19 NCAA DIVISION I SPORTS
Moving with Momentum
San Diego State had 33 student-athletes earn Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honors for the 2015-16 academic year.
Be Inter­national
YOUR FIRST STOP FOR SDSU INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
International Students
San Diego State offers countless opportunities to international students. Options range from intensive language learning and exchange semesters to a great variety of degree programs. Learn how to apply for admission and check out the many events and services available.
Aztecs Going Abroad
Start your global educational adventure today! The Aztecs Abroad Database contains hundreds of exciting study abroad programs and the Be International blog is filled with SDSU students’ experiences from all over the world. There is a wealth of opportunities just waiting to be explored!
Communication senior Tiffany Geer, a member of the Aztecs women’s soccer team, studied for a semester in Thailand. While in Asia she immersed herself in the country’s culture, explored scenic natural wonders, discussed life with a Buddhist monk – and even took part in an obstacle course race!
Be Inter­national
YOUR FIRST STOP FOR SDSU INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
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Communication senior Tiffany Geer, a member of the Aztecs women’s soccer team, studied for a semester in Thailand. While in Asia she immersed herself in the country’s culture, explored scenic natural wonders, discussed life with a Buddhist monk – and even took part in an obstacle course race!
International Students
San Diego State offers countless opportunities to international students. Options range from intensive language learning and exchange semesters to a great variety of degree programs. Learn how to apply for admission and check out the many events and services available.
Aztecs Going Abroad
Start your global educational adventure today! The Aztecs Abroad Database contains hundreds of exciting study abroad programs and the Be International blog is filled with SDSU students’ experiences from all over the world. There is a wealth of opportunities just waiting to be explored!
Innovation Starts Here
RESEARCH AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Collaborative Collisions
Interdisciplinary research is the future, and SDSU is ready to go there at its new Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex.
SDSU's Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex will be a campus hub of interdisciplinary STEM research that has potential for real-world applications.
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SDSU's Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex will be a campus hub of interdisciplinary STEM research that has potential for real-world applications.
Innovation Starts Here
RESEARCH AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Collaborative Collisions
Interdisciplinary research is the future, and SDSU is ready to go there at its new Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex.
Arts Alive SDSU
CULTIVATING A CREATIVE CAMPUS
A Culture of Art
A creative catalyst, Arts Alive SDSU showcases and supports the best and brightest of the arts at SDSU both in and outside of the classroom.
Arts Alive SDSU brings visual and performing arts to students, faculty and staff across campus with arts-infused curriculum, opportunities, and events.
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Arts Alive SDSU brings visual and performing arts to students, faculty and staff across campus with arts-infused curriculum, opportunities, and events.
Arts Alive SDSU
CULTIVATING A CREATIVE CAMPUS
A Culture of Art
A creative catalyst, Arts Alive SDSU showcases and supports the best and brightest of the arts at SDSU both in and outside of the classroom.
Entrepreneurship Starts Here
SDSU's entrepreneurship programs are recognized nationally
Lavin Entrepreneurship Center
The Lavin Entrepreneurship Center anchors SDSU's entrepreneurship curriculum and gives students tools to transform their classroom learning into practice.
Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad
The Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad is a multidisciplinary incubator that helps students, faculty and staff collaborate to launch companies ranging from 3D printing to bio fuels.
Nick Slettengren (middle), a former Lavin Entrepreneur and SDSU alumnus sits with his co-founders in their digital marketing agency.
Entrepreneurship Starts Here
SDSU's entrepreneurship programs are recognized nationally
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Nick Slettengren (middle), a former Lavin Entrepreneur and SDSU alumnus sits with his co-founders in their digital marketing agency.
Lavin Entrepreneurship Center
The Lavin Entrepreneurship Center anchors SDSU's entrepreneurship curriculum and gives students tools to transform their classroom learning into practice.
Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad
The Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad is a multidisciplinary incubator that helps students, faculty and staff collaborate to launch companies ranging from 3D printing to bio fuels.
The Campaign For...
SDSU HAS RAISED MORE THAN $717 MILLION TOWARD ITS GOAL OF $750 MILLION TO SUPPORT STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF!
Gloria

As an associate librarian, Gloria spearheads SDSU’s oral history project documenting the African American presence in San Diego. Library faculty and staff produce original research and support information access for the campus community.

John

Marine Corps veteran John San Miguel interned at SPAWAR through SDSU’s Troops to Engineers program. Currently working on a master’s degree in computer science, John is now a full-time SPAWAR professional and a mentor to SDSU student veterans.

Tenille
Donor-supported research endowments allow students like Tenille to gain valuable hands-on experiences and enrich their learning by working directly with faculty to address challenges in basic science and the social sciences.
Isaac
As a faculty artist in the School of Music and Dance and a founding member of the Hausmann Quartet, Isaac is an example of SDSU’s commitment to the creativity. Philanthropy supports the visual and performing arts and scholarships for aspiring artists.
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The Campaign For...
SDSU HAS RAISED MORE THAN $717 MILLION TOWARD ITS GOAL OF $750 MILLION TO SUPPORT STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF!
Gloria

As an associate librarian, Gloria spearheads SDSU’s oral history project documenting the African American presence in San Diego. Library faculty and staff produce original research and support information access for the campus community.

John

Marine Corps veteran John San Miguel interned at SPAWAR through SDSU’s Troops to Engineers program. Currently working on a master’s degree in computer science, John is now a full-time SPAWAR professional and a mentor to SDSU student veterans.

Tenille
Donor-supported research endowments allow students like Tenille to gain valuable hands-on experiences and enrich their learning by working directly with faculty to address challenges in basic science and the social sciences.
Isaac
As a faculty artist in the School of Music and Dance and a founding member of the Hausmann Quartet, Isaac is an example of SDSU’s commitment to the creativity. Philanthropy supports the visual and performing arts and scholarships for aspiring artists.