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Welcome Week and Aztec Nights

Day and Night - Free Events for SDSU students

Students can meet new people, hang out with old friends and enjoy a safe, fun environment by attending Welcome Week and Aztec Nights events this fall!

All Welcome Week activities are free to SDSU students with a valid SDSUcard showing their Red ID.

For students interested in attending an Aztec Nights event, a valid SDSUcard with a Red ID is required for admittance, and SDSU students with valid ID can bring one guest!

Feature Stories

Student Union Construction

Aztec Student Union constructionWhile campus slowed down during the summer, construction on Aztec Student Union kept going strong.

Welcome Week Mixers

mixer5_7762.jpgThese mixers are free and open to all members of the campus community. The first mixers are scheduled for Tuesday, August 27 and the events continue through Friday, August 30.

Want a New World Perspective? Study Abroad!

photo: a student poses in AmsterdamSDSU offers more than 360 education abroad programs in more than 55 countries and consistently ranks in the top tier of universities nationwide for the number of students participating in international programs.

Buy a Transit Pass, See the San Diego Symphony!

photo: San Diego TrolleyStudents interested in going green when it comes to commuting to campus, but live too far away to walk or bike, can purchase a discounted transit pass good for unlimited rides on all non-Premium and non-Access MTS buses, Trolleys, NCTD BREEZE and SPRINTER.

Greeks Raise Big Bucks for Big Blocks at AS Children’s Center

blocks_1586e-225px.jpgThe SDSU Children's Center used funds raised during Greek Week to purchase large, outdoor wooden building blocks. The blocks add an important play element to the outdoor area at the Center.

Are You a Graduating Senior?
Do you Need an Industry Mentor?
logo: Aztec Mentor ProgramThe Aztec Mentor Program is for You!

The Aztec Mentor Program allows graduating seniors to establish a professional mentoring relationship with SDSU alumni who have agreed to give SDSU students feedback, help make connections between their mentoring experience and academic learning, and provide professional advice on career pathways and other career-related issues

Stay Healthy SDSU

Here are some quick tips to help you stay healthy as the new semester begins!

Meet Your A.S. Execs!

as-execs-2013-2014-group.jpgStudents are invited to meet the execs in a special event taking place on Wednesday, September 18.

SDSU Family Weekend is fast approaching!

photo: a family enjoys the food at the picnicMark your calendar for September 20-21, and invite your parents to campus to experience SDSU. Family Weekend activities include campus and library tours, open houses at places including the ARC and the Aztec Aquaplex, and a football pre-game reception before the Aztecs play Oregon State at Qualcomm Stadium.

Tickets to some events are required. Get more information on Family Weekend!

Get Involved with Associated Students!

photo: students at the AS involvement fairThis year, Associated Students is introducing a new student government structure. Students can serve in a variety of appointed positions on the various commissions, committees and boards.

Need a Job? Want Help with Your Resume?

Find out about upcoming Career Fairs, as well as workshops and seminars to provide students with knowledge and connect them to internship and employment placement opportunities.

International Photo Contest at Family Weekend

view through a camera lens of an Aztec pyramidHave you studied or volunteered abroad?

If so, NOW is the time to begin thinking about that perfect photograph to enter in the seventh annual SDSU International Photo Contest taking place during Family Weekend on September 20 and 21.

Aztec Action Network Legislative Update

The signing of the state of California’s budget this summer brought welcome news for the CSU and San Diego State University.

August September 2013

Dates and Deadlines

Friday, 8/23: Last day to officially withdraw for fall semester and receive a full refund (less administrative fee, if applicable)

Friday, 8/23: Last day for nonresident (foreign and out-of-state) students to pay deferred tuition and not incur service charges

Monday, 8/26: First day of classes

Monday, 9/2: Holiday Labor Day (campus closed)

Monday, 9/9: Schedule adjustment deadline. Last day to add, drop, or change grading basis (11:59 pm deadline)

Monday, 9/9: Last day for payment of fees for late registration (3:30 pm deadline)

Monday, 9/9: Last day to officially withdraw from the university without penalty fee for fall semester 2013

Wednesday, 9/11: Last day to apply for December 2013 graduation with a bachelor's degree or advanced degree

Wednesday, 9/11: Last day to file petition for concurrent master's degree credit for fall semester 2013

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