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I Resolve… Seven Suggestions to Help You Keep Those Resolutions

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If you made some resolutions to start off 2015, this list of suggestions could help you keep those goals.

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Measles, Flu, Meningitis… What You Can Do

Flu season is in full swing and nearly 50 cases of measles have been diagnosed in California alone. So, what can you do to prevent these and other infections? If you haven't been vaccinated for influenza, measles, meningitis and other vaccine-preventable infections, it's not too late. Log into Student Health Services' HealtheConnect site and make a vaccination appointment, or call 619-594-4325. Read more about the latest information on these infections by visiting the health updates page


SDSU Leadership Summit - February 21, 2015. Leadership Starts Here

Leadership Summit is Less Than a Month Away

The SDSU Leadership Summit 2015 is February 21. Attend workshops lead by professionals from a variety of fields and hear Thom McElroy, co-founder of Volcom, speak on leadership at this full-day conference at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. For more information, or to register, visit the Leadership Summit website


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Aztec Nights are Back!

You have just two more Aztec Nights events to attend this spring! Don't miss out on movies and chocolate galore, mechanical bull riding, a dance party, photo booth madness with the Aztec men's basketball team and much more. This Friday and Saturday tons of fun with your classmates will be waiting for you. Aztec Nights is free for you and one guest with your Red ID. Don't miss out!


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One SDSU Community – Campus Life Move Series

One SDSU Community gives Aztecs the opportunity to learn about themselves and the perspectives, experiences and heritage that make them unique, allowing them to connect with other students to learn about their journeys. One way that discovery happens is through watching great movies on compelling topics and then discussing them in groups after the show. Watch Invictus on February 5 at 6 pm and Iron-Jawed Angels on February 12 at 6 pm. Both movies will be shown in the Aztec Student Union Theatre. 


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Prep Before You Take That Test

Would you like to improve your test-taking potential to maximize test results? SDSU’s Test Prep courses will help you acquire important strategies, expectations, and content information about the following exams: CBEST, CSET, GMAT, GRE, and LSAT. Books and materials are included in the registration fee. Registration is available online at, in person, or via phone at (619) 594-5152. 


SDSU Study Abroad Fair. Tuesday, February 3

Start Your International Journey

On Tuesday, February 3, Centennial Walkway will turn into a hub for international education. At the Spring Study Abroad Fair, students interested in exploring their options to travel, study and/or live abroad can talk to SDSU’s experts as well as select independent providers. Whether you are thinking about a faculty-led or exchange program, travels to the other end of the world, or just south of the border for a couple of weeks — don’t miss this opportunity to start your international journey!


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SDSU Aztec Proud: Students Helping Students

What’s your passion? February 26th is National Student Giving Day. You can help other students and put your passion into action by making a donation to SDSU! A gift of $10 or more to any campus cause with an existing account gets you an SDSU Aztec Proud T-shirt and helps other SDSU students in the area of your choice. Watch how it works and meet the Alumni Association the student union from 12 to 2 pm, February 26. Decide, donate, and make a difference!


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Free Lessons From Abroad

Have you studied abroad and want to maximize the benefits of your experience going forward? Are you curious to learn about future options to study, travel, and work abroad? Do you simply want to share your story? Go to Lessons from Abroad, a conference for study abroad returnees, held at the Point Loma Nazarene University Liberty Station Conference Center on Saturday, February 21! The best part? If you sign up by February 2, SDSU will cover the cost for attendance, lunch and transportation. Join SDSU’s delegation today — all study abroad alumni are invited!


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Featured Scholarship: SDSU Alumni Association Scholarship

The scholarship is open to all students, and undergraduate students must be enrolled in at least 6 units.

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Aztec Nights - Movie Night in Chocolate Paradise
Friday, January 30, 2015

Aztec Nights - Welcome Back Madness
Saturday, January 31, 2015

January/February Dates and Deadlines

January 30: Last day for faculty to drop students from classes

February 1: Applications accepted for bachelor’s degree or advanced degree for December 2015 graduation

February 3: Last day to officially withdraw from the university without penalty fee for spring semester 2015

February 3: Schedule adjustment deadline. Last day to add, drop, or change grading basis (11:59 pm deadline)

February 3: Last day for payment of fees for late registration

February 3: Last day to file application for bachelor’s degree or advanced degree for May and August 2015 graduation

February 17: Census

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