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Home of the San Diego State Aztecs men's basketball and women's basketball teams. Opened in 1997, the arena holds 12,414 guests for sports, concerts and SDSU commencement ceremonies. (Photo by Christian DeLeon)
Home of the San Diego State Aztecs men's basketball and women's basketball teams. Opened in 1997, the arena holds 12,414 guests for sports, concerts and SDSU commencement ceremonies. (Photo by Christian DeLeon)
Famous statue in Brazil
INTERNATIONAL
New Academic Program Builds a Bridge to Brazil.
Students at the food bank
GIVING BACK
Aztecs Rock Hunger for San Diego families in need.
Student Volunteers
BECOME AN AZTEC
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The Aztec Experience
EMBARK ON A JOURNEY THROUGH THE UNPARALLELED SDSU EXPERIENCE
Leadership Inspired
Aztecs are blazing their own trails to leadership through academic, co-curricular and community service opportunities
Diversity Redefined
Embracing each individual’s ethnic, social and spiritual identity is how Aztecs are defining their place in the global community
Meaningful Connections
Connecting with faculty, staff and fellow students brings value, making campus every student’s “home away from home”
Transformational Opportunities
Experiential learning, including studying abroad, completing an internship or conducting research, changes SDSU students for the better
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The Aztec Experience
EMBARK ON A JOURNEY THROUGH THE UNPARALLELED SDSU EXPERIENCE
Leadership Inspired
Aztecs are blazing their own trails to leadership through academic, co-curricular and community service opportunities
Diversity Redefined
Embracing each individual’s ethnic, social and spiritual identity is how Aztecs are defining their place in the global community
Meaningful Connections
Connecting with faculty, staff and fellow students brings value, making campus every student’s “home away from home”
Transformational Opportunities
Experiential learning, including studying abroad, completing an internship or conducting research, changes SDSU students for the better
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 Center
The Zahn Innovation Center is a multidisciplinary incubator that helps students, faculty and staff collaborate to launch companies ranging from 3D printing to bio fuels.
Shake Smart was founded on campus in 2011 by two SDSU students. It has grown to 6 locations in San Diego County, including a second campus store.
Entrepre­neurship Starts Here
SDSU's entrepreneurship programs are recognized nationally
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Shake Smart was founded on campus in 2011 by two SDSU students. It has grown to 6 locations in San Diego County, including a second campus store.
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 Center
The Zahn Innovation Center is a multidisciplinary incubator that helps students, faculty and staff collaborate to launch companies ranging from 3D printing to bio fuels.
Discovery Starts Here
RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
Exploring the World
Hundreds of researchers at SDSU are exploring everything from far away galaxies to new approaches to improving public health.
Biology professor Forest Rowher’s quest to better understand viruses took him on a 40-day sea journey to the Russian archipelago of Franz Josef Land, a remote cluster of islands just 900 kilometers from the North Pole.
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Biology professor Forest Rowher’s quest to better understand viruses took him on a 40-day sea journey to the Russian archipelago of Franz Josef Land, a remote cluster of islands just 900 kilometers from the North Pole.
Discovery Starts Here
RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
Exploring the World
Hundreds of researchers at SDSU are exploring everything from far away galaxies to new approaches to improving public health.
Be International
YOUR FIRST STOP FOR SDSU INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
Globally Minded
Studying abroad is life-changing, however opportunities for international adventure can be found on campus too. Find international here at SDSU!
Enrique Munoz received the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad in Japan. He is pictured at Byodo-In Temple in Uji, Japan near Kyoto.
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Enrique Munoz received the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad in Japan. He is pictured at Byodo-In Temple in Uji, Japan near Kyoto.
Be International
YOUR FIRST STOP FOR SDSU INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
Globally Minded
Studying abroad is life-changing, however opportunities for international adventure can be found on campus too. Find international here at SDSU!
Arts Alive SDSU
CULTIVATING A CREATIVE CAMPUS
A Culture of Art
A creative catalyst, Arts Alive SDSU presents and engages the best and brightest of the arts at SDSU for all to enjoy.
Arts Alive SDSU brings visual and performing arts to students, faculty and staff across campus with scheduled and unscheduled events and opportunities.
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Arts Alive SDSU brings visual and performing arts to students, faculty and staff across campus with scheduled and unscheduled events and opportunities.
Arts Alive SDSU
CULTIVATING A CREATIVE CAMPUS
A Culture of Art
A creative catalyst, Arts Alive SDSU presents and engages the best and brightest of the arts at SDSU for all to enjoy.
The Campaign For...
SDSU HAS RAISED MORE THAN $500 MILLION TO SUPPORT STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF. THERE IS MORE WORK TO BE DONE, SO WE'VE SET A NEW GOAL OF $750 MILLION!
Robert Quimby

SDSU’s development as a leading public research university is attracting talented young faculty like astronomer Robert Quimby. Here they find supportive colleagues, a bright, motivated student community and, with your help, the facilities and equipment to help them discover solutions to the world’s most urgent scientific challenges.

Wendy Aleman

SDSU staffers like Wendy Aleman make a difference in the lives of Aztec students by supervising transformational programs supported by our generous donors. Wendy coordinates the Price Community Scholars Program, which creates a pipeline to higher education for students determined to be the first in their families to earn a college degree.

Markese Jordan
The Campaign for SDSU has raised $106 million for scholarships to support students like Markese Jordan and thousands of others who struggle with the financial commitment that higher education requires. With your help, SDSU is making college affordable for students with the academic credentials and personal motivation to become Aztecs for Life.
Jennifer Wood
Mentoring from SDSU alumni gave Jennifer Wood the guidance she needed to start her own company. “I realized I could be hired to build someone else’s dream,” she said, “or I could build my dreams for myself.” A 2014 graduate, Jennifer is now CEO of BrewEngine, a San Diego startup specializing in 3D printing.
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The Campaign For...
SDSU HAS RAISED MORE THAN $500 MILLION TO SUPPORT STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF. THERE IS MORE WORK TO BE DONE, SO WE'VE SET A NEW GOAL OF $750 MILLION!
Robert Quimby

SDSU’s development as a leading public research university is attracting talented young faculty like astronomer Robert Quimby. Here they find supportive colleagues, a bright, motivated student community and, with your help, the facilities and equipment to help them discover solutions to the world’s most urgent scientific challenges.

Wendy Aleman

SDSU staffers like Wendy Aleman make a difference in the lives of Aztec students by supervising transformational programs supported by our generous donors. Wendy coordinates the Price Community Scholars Program, which creates a pipeline to higher education for students determined to be the first in their families to earn a college degree.

Markese Jordan
The Campaign for SDSU has raised $106 million for scholarships to support students like Markese Jordan and thousands of others who struggle with the financial commitment that higher education requires. With your help, SDSU is making college affordable for students with the academic credentials and personal motivation to become Aztecs for Life.
Jennifer Wood
Mentoring from SDSU alumni gave Jennifer Wood the guidance she needed to start her own company. “I realized I could be hired to build someone else’s dream,” she said, “or I could build my dreams for myself.” A 2014 graduate, Jennifer is now CEO of BrewEngine, a San Diego startup specializing in 3D printing.
Go Aztecs!
SDSU Athletics fosters student athletes who succeed
Moving with Momentum
SDSU's NCAA Division I student-athletes succeed academically and competitively against major collegiate competition.
SDSU is one of only 29 teams in the nation — and one of just five non-BCS schools — to play in a bowl game in four straight years..
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SDSU is one of only 29 teams in the nation — and one of just five non-BCS schools — to play in a bowl game in four straight years..
Go Aztecs!
SDSU Athletics fosters student athletes who succeed
Moving with Momentum
SDSU's NCAA Division I student-athletes succeed academically and competitively against major collegiate competition.