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SDSU At a Glance
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For any emergency, dial 9-1-1
Police Non-Emergency: (619) 594-1991
General Information: (619) 594-3193
Dispatch Fax: (619) 594-8611
Additional Contact Information
Contact the college directly for more information on programs, requirements, courses and student resources.
Campus Support Services
SDSU offers a range of services designed to support students and employees when they are experiencing a difficult situation, or during a campus emergency.
Students from the affected countries who are attending SDSU on an international student visa and have questions or concerns are encouraged to contact the International Student Center by calling 619-594-1982. There, students can receive additional support and guidance.
Counseling & Psychological Services offers a range of therapeutic services to support students. Call 619-594-5220 to schedule a consultation with a therapist and visit www.sdsu.edu/cps for additional information. The office is open 8:00-4:30 Monday through Friday. Outside these hours, students can speak with a counselor on a dedicated access line by calling the same number - 619-594-5220.
SDSU Dean of Students Randy Timm is available to address individual student concerns. His office may be contacted by calling 619-594-5221 or emailing [email protected].
Students experiencing an emergency related to food or housing security should contact the Economic Crisis Response Team (ECRT) by submitting a Request for Assistance at sdsu.edu/ECRT. ECRT Coordinators can support students through their crisis, connecting them with on- and off-campus resources.
Associated Students, which may be reached at 619-594-6555, operates a Food Pantry and sponsors other food insecurity initiatives for SDSU students. More information is available on the Associated Students Food Insecurity website.
The Office of the Student Ombudsman provides information, advice, referrals and intervention to students at SDSU, helping to resolve concerns or issues that may arise within the university.
Faculty and Staff Support
Faculty can contact the Office of Faculty Advancement at 619-594-6111 and staff can contact the Center for Human Resources at 619-594-6404 for support.
The Employee Assistance Program offers SDSU faculty and staff confidential support for a variety of concerns, including emotional, relationship, health, legal and workplace issues. Information, resources and tools are available by calling 1-800-367-7474 and visiting the EAP website.
The Office of Employee Relations and Compliance advises and guides the campus community on policy and practice related to employee relations and compliance issues and ensures that an equal and diverse campus community is available to all qualified individuals on a nondiscriminatory and non-harassment basis.