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SDSU Leadership Summit

Register now! The SDSU Leadership Summit will take place on Saturday, February 18, 2017.


Register NOW for the 2017 SDSU Leadership Summit!  


This year’s conference theme is "Evolving Leadership" which strives to provide college students with tangible ideas to take back to their campus and become empowered to practically apply those ideas in their real world.  Whether their “real world” is a community college, four-year institution, student government, fraternity/sorority life, pre-professional search, or personal leadership development endeavor; this conference will make an effort to generate action in a creative and diverse atmosphere. 

Our world is evolving at an incredibly fast speed. The SDSU Leadership Summit aims to help you to find your voice to address the issues of today. Come learn strategies to be able to lead and create positive change and growth in a diverse society. Join us as we explore how leadership is evolving, and prepare for your own growth evolution.

Sign up quickly for the SDSU Leadership Summit as spots are limited and the conference fills up early every year! The registration fee includes entrance to the conference, lunch, and a SDSU embossed padfolio. 

The registration fee is $30.00 (plus processing fees) for current San Diego State University students, and $40.00 (plus processing fees) for students from off-campus. 


Check-In Information:

Student Participants: 
There are two ways to check-in for the SDSU Leadership Summit: Express check-in or Day of check-in.

  • Express Check-In: Avoid the lines and come a day early to pick up your check-in materials! Stop by the Jeffrey W. Glazer Center for Leadership & Service, located in Student Life & Leadership (2nd floor of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, enter through room 210) between 10am and 2:30pm on Friday, February 17, 2017 for express check-in. You will receive your nametag, padfolio and program. 

If you participate in Express Check-In, please arrive to Montezuma Hall (second floor of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union) no later than 8:20am on Saturday, February 18, 2017. The program will begin promptly at 8:30am.

  • Day Of Check-In: Check-in will take place between 8:00am and 8:25am the morning of the SDSU Leadership Summit. Meet us in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Courtyard to check-in. At that time, you will receive your nametag, padfolio and program.

Day-of Information:
  • Complimentary parking will be available for conference participants in Lot 2 beginning at 7:30am on February 18, 2017. For a campus map, please visit:
  • Suggested attire: Business Casual (please wear comfortable shoes).
  • Recommended to bring: resume, pen/pencil/paper, business cards for networking, refillable water bottle.
  • Lunch will be provided.
  • Contact Student Life & Leadership at (619) 594-5221 if you have questions.
  • To request services to accommodate a disability, please contact Chelsea Winer ( no later than January 20, 2017.


Register NOW for the 2017 SDSU Leadership Summit! 

Note that this conference is geared towards undergraduate college students. 

We look forward to seeing you at the SDSU Leadership Summit!


Photo: Randy TimmDr. Randy Timm, Dean of Students


robyn_summit_15.jpg Dr. Robyn L. Adams, Associate Director, Student Life & Leadership


quest15-0104-2.jpg Chelsea Winer, Assistant Student Life Advisor, Student Life & Leadership 


Thank you to our corporate sponsors









Thank you to our Leadership Summit Regional Advisory Board

Leanna Biddle, Colorado State University

Kevin Corcoran, The Adventure Learning Project

Edwin Darrell, San Diego State University

Anthony Garrison-Engbrecht, Loyola Marymount University

Melyssa Gonzalez, San Diego State University – Imperial Valley Campus

Allison Green, Pepperdine University

Art Guaracha, Southwestern Community College

Jenny Kressel, UC San Diego

Marina Mantos, UC Irvine

Caryl Montero-Adams, San Diego State University 

Jessica Nare, San Diego State University

Ruben Nunez, Colorado State University

Lori Oldham, San Diego City College

Ray Savage, San Diego State University