SDSU Appreciates You, Commuter Students!
You really rock, commuter students. Every day, you battle traffic and parking or a transit delay to make it to class and get involved on campus. But your challenge is more than just a commute: we understand how difficult it can be to balance school, work and life when you’re not living on campus. In honor of you, the Commuter Resource Center in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union is hosting a weeklong lineup of fun, including game night, movie night, trivia night and a scavenger hunt.
Bring Art to Life Through the Arts Alive T-Shirt Contest
Calling all student artists! SDSU’s campus-wide arts initiative, called Arts Alive, needs your help to introduce its next work of art, the Arts Alive t-shirt design. All SDSU students are welcome to submit designs, which will be shared on social media. Submit your design via email to ArtsAliveSDSU@gmail.com using the subject heading of “T-shirt Contest Submission” by Oct. 6.
Get Ready for Family Weekend Fun
Give your family a glimpse of your life as an SDSU student when you bring them to campus for Family Weekend. Your parents, grandparents and siblings will be oh-so-proud when you show them your favorite spots on campus and take part in special family events from Friday, Oct. 17 to Sunday, Oct. 19. Visit the Family Weekend website for registration information and the schedule of events.
Join in National Coming Out Week Activities, October 6 - 11
Join organizations across campus as they host and sponsor events in support of National Coming Out Day October 11. Tabling, open forums, panel discussions and social events are scheduled throughout the week to support those in SDSU’s LGBTQ community, regardless of how they identify, to live openly and without fear. On Oct. 10 at 7 pm, Scott Turner Schofield will speak about “Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps” in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Theatre. Don’t miss it!
Molina Speaks on October 3
Is spoken word your thing? Do you think poetry and hip-hop are great vehicles to start discussions on ethnicity, culture and food justice? If you answered yes to any of these questions, or intrigued by the questions themselves, Molina is the guy you want to see. Join One SDSU Community at 7 pm on Oct. 3 in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Theatre to see what Adrian Molina has to say.
Ability Abounds During Disability Awareness Month
Spend the month getting confident, getting educated, and getting real about disabilities. From Canine Companions to a talk by featured TED Talks speaker Maysoon Zayid, and a showing of the movie "Murderball," SDSU’s Student Disability Services is hosting a lineup of events that takes what can be a serious topic and morphs it into an fun exploration that will have you thinking about the ability part of having a disability.
The Best Deal to Go Abroad
Are you ready for a semester abroad but don't know if you can afford it? Check out the redesigned Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships website. Their section on funding options for studying away from home shows you how going international doesn't have to mean going broke. Take a look at the more than two dozen scholarship options available to SDSU students and get a head start on your journey abroad today.
Got Healthcare? If Not, Find Out How to Get Covered!
Do you need health insurance? Everyone is now eligible for affordable healthcare coverage under the Affordable Care Act, either through Covered California or Medi-Cal. Attend an information forum, grab a snack and get more information about a healthcare plan for you.
ACA Information Forums are scheduled for:
• Wednesday, October 8 at 5:00 pm
• Tuesday, October 14 at 1:30 pm
• Tuesday, October 21 at 5:00 pm
• Wednesday, October 29 at 2:30 pm
Forums will be at Calpulli Center in the fourth floor conference rooms. For more information contact the Health Promotion Dept at (619) 594-4133 or email San Diegans for Healthcare Coverage, a non-profit organization with certified healthcare enrollment counselors, at email@example.com.