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Community Service

SDSU is a recognized leader in innovative efforts to improve urban K-12 education. Additionally, student, faculty and staff give of their personal time to improve the world around them.

 
Airlift to Haiti: SDSU's CIO, Rich Pickett, has been a licensed pilot for 32 years. After an earthquake devastated the island of Haiti, he volunteered his time to fly relief flights there. He shared his experiences in the SDSU Blog. Read more ...

Compact for Success: Each year San Diego State University invites thousands of seventh-graders to campus to introduce them to university life, as part of the innovative educational reform program, Compact for Success. Read more ...

Greek Week Raises $35,000 for Eye-disease Cure: SDSU fraternity member Jeremy Poincenot, who inspired this year's Greek Week charity, was named Greek Man of the Year. Read more ...

Green Love: Associated Students' Green Love Initiative is paving the way for a full scale sustainable movement by and for San Diego State University and the surrounding communities. Learn more about Green Love ...


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