DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS AND CAMPUS DIVERSITY
The Division of Student Affairs and Campus Diversity provides students with the rich and distinctive experience that is the hallmark of an SDSU education. We create diverse communities and new cultural experiences that inspire students to break down barriers and transform lives, and our guidance and support help them navigate academic, personal and professional success to emerge as our dynamic and global leaders of tomorrow. More about SA+CD
FEATURING STORIES ON STUDENTS, FACULTY AND PARENTS
Honoring Dean Emeritus Joseph F. Johnson, Jr.
Wood Family Gift Honors Dean Emeritus Joseph F. Johnson, Jr.
The Black Resource Center conference room named after the former College of Education dean.
Supporting Student Success Initiatives Improves SDSU Experience for Their Student and All Students
Becoming involved college parents wasn’t in the plans for Chris and Lisa Manzuk when their daughter, Jessica, started at San Diego State University in the fall of 2019. .XXXXXX
From Virtual Reality Club to a Career
Student Organizations Opened New Worlds for the Computer Science Major
Carter Andrews grew up in an Aztec household. His mother is an Aztec. The San Diego State University campus was a nearly straight shot down Interstate 15 from his family home in North County.
KEEP (formerly named CLUBX)
Gift Establishes Program for Career Learning and Understanding Biases
Named for prominent San Diego civil rights figure Harold Brown, the program updates a 1998 effort to break racial divides that was ahead of its time.
Explore the Genesis, Cost & Promise of Reparations
Click below to register for this three-part webinar series: April 7, 14 and 21.
Anjie and Patrick Frias
Meet Board Members Anjie and Patrick Frias
Georgia Transplants Making California and SDSU Their Home.
Luke Wood, Ph.D.
Tackling Twin Pandemics
Students’ Health and Safety the Priority in Facing Coronavirus, Racial Reckoning, Says New Vice President.
Living his dream
When Raymond Gorospe stepped onto the diamond at Petco Park as a Major League Baseball photographer, a few thoughts raced through his mind, "I’m really here. [My dream] wouldn’t have been possible without SDSU."
Student Affairs and Campus Diversity NewsMore Top Stories
Access & Community Standards
- Center for Educational Partnerships, Outreach and Success
- Educational Opportunity Programs
- Office of the Student Ombudsman
- Student Rights and Responsibilities
- Inclusive SDSU
Campus & Community Partnerships
Faculty & Staff
- Center for Inclusive Excellence
- Equity and Inclusion Councils
- Tribal Liaison
- HSI Affairs
- Employee Resource Groups
Finance & Operations
Health, Well-Being & Accessibility
- Counseling & Psychological Services
- Student Ability Success Center
- Student Health Services
- Well-being & Health Promotion
- Economic Crisis Response Team
Diversity Resources for Faculty
CENTERS FOR INCLUSIVE EXCELLENCE
The Center for Inclusive Excellence elevates, celebrates and supports the diverse faculty and staff of San Diego State through professional learning, community building, advocacy, policy recommendations and organizational structures. We aim to foster an affirming campus culture based on the core values of excellence, equity, diversity, belonging and inclusion.
The Professors of Equity in Education are proud to offer a variety of professional development workshops! We are available to provide trainings for departments, units and retreats.
The BIE faculty hiring program strives to support the success of students from historically underrepresented communities by focusing tenure-track faculty searches on candidates who meet criteria aligned with SDSU’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
As part of the Center for Inclusive Excellence’s (CIE) mission to support inclusive excellence as an institutional value and as a fundamental and necessary ingredient for research and scholarship excellence and innovation, the CIE hosts several initiatives and programs to cultivate, support and recognize faculty.
Antonio Marquez Camacho: Seeking out Opportunities