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The Pride Center - Serving SDSU's LGBTQ Community


Welcome to The Pride Center at San Diego State University!

Here you can find information pertaining to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, ally, and many other communities at SDSU. The Pride Center, since being opened at SDSU in Spring 2014, not only offers its own programming and services, but also acts as a hub for the vibrant resources of the SDSU campus - take a look around!

Please also connect to our social media (Facebook) and add yourself to our mailing list. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our Pride Center Graduate Assistant at or Dean of Students for Student Life & Leadership, Randy Timm at


We are temporarily located on the second floor of the Conrad Prebys Student Union; Student Life & Leadership - Room 210. 

Those visiting The Pride Center are encouraged to park in Parking Lot S, which is located on the South West corner of Campanile Drive and Lindo Paseo, directly across Campanile Drive from The Pride Center. Hourly parking permits are available at the permit machine in the North West corner of Parking Lot S.


Monday - Thursday: 10 AM - 6 PM

Friday: 10 AM - 5 PM


(619) 594-3520


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Our Mission

The Pride Center at San Diego State University creates, sustains, and strengthens an open, inclusive, safe, and affirming gathering space and campus environment for persons of all sexual and gender identities and their allies. 

  • The Pride Center facilitates campus-wide education, awareness, dialogue, intellectual exploration, understanding and research on issues related to sexuality and gender.
  • The Pride Center fosters the development of student leadership skills and enhances student empowerment, personal and professional growth, and community service.
  • The Pride Center provides resources and support services to assist students in their process of sexual and gender self-identity development and to address the unique needs and challenges of students who may experience discrimination, alienation, disenfranchisement, harassment, intimidation or other barriers to student success as a result of their sexual orientation or gender identity and expression.
  • As an entity of Student Life & Leadership, The Pride Center advocates for social justice and equality, for a campus climate free of prejudice and oppression, for community building, and for the celebration of SDSU’s rich cultural and social diversity.