Learn about resources on campus to help you develop and maintain healthy relationships.
Healthy relationships are central to a stable emotional life — a prerequisite for performing at your best as a college student.
Here are some resources on campus that can help you achieve and maintain healthy relationships:
- Family issues? Recent breakup? Personality conflicts?
Make an appointment with Counseling and Psychological Services. Walk-in and telephone counseling are available.
- Healthy relationships and dating violence.
Learn what a healthy relationship looks like and how to be a good partner at Health Promotion's "Healthy Relationships and Dating Violence" presentation.
- Living a healthy social life
This includes being involved in meaningful activities with others. There are many ways you can make healthy choices by Getting Involved at SDSU.
Title IX compliance
San Diego State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities. The safety of our students is our highest priority, and we are committed to ensuring that sexual violence stops on our campus and in the broader society. [read more about title IX]
Online Sex Education Resource!
Have a question about sex? Someone else has probably asked it already! Check out Columbia University's website, Go Ask Alice! Find the answers to previously asked questions or submit a question yourself!
What is a healthy relationship?
See a definition from the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
"Feeling socially connected (to family, friends and the campus community in general) is an essential aspect of the college experience. . . If you feel socially disconnected and/or are new to college and looking to meet people, consider joining an organization or a club. . . . College can also be a time to develop romantic relationships. Relationships aren’t always easy, but there is never an excuse for violence or abuse in a relationship."