Aztecs build connections that last a lifetime. Meaningful connections developed with peers, faculty, staff and others across campus, or across the globe, keep students persisting toward a degree, help them learn about who they are as individuals, and build true connections with others at SDSU and beyond.
David Nava: A Better Version of Myself
As a student leader in organizations such as Aztecs for Awareness,
FratMANers and fraternity Phi Gamma Delta, senior David Nava credits his
Aztec Experience and his connection with the university’s Health
Promotion Department for helping him discover what's important to him as
Jack Bear: Anything is Possible
International exchange student Jack Bear shares his thoughts on what the Aztec Experience is all about. Jack, originally from Melbourne, Australia, is a film and television major and made connections across campus during his semester abroad at SDSU.
Sonia Holzman: Exploring the Possibilities of Connections
Estefania Casteneda: Bridging Connections Across Borders
Estefania Castaneda is now a Fulbright Scholar in Madrid, Spain. Noting
that attending SDSU changed her life, she connected to the university
through her study abroad experience in Japan, and later through working
in the SDSU Study Abroad office. She is passionate about helping others
connect across borders, despite language barriers.