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Get linked to campus news, life and events! February 2009 edition.

Aztec Facts! CSU approves four new doctoral programs at SDSU.

Feature Stories

In the Spotlight

Aztec Nights for Spring Semester

Welcome back to SDSU for Spring Semester. Join us for several fun semester kick-off events.

This Month’s Features

Picture of woman wearing glassesOn-Campus Optometry Clinic to Open

Comprehensive vision care will be open to students, faculty and staff at a low cost.

Make Sure You’re Prepared When It’s Time to Graduate

Did you know you have to apply for graduation from SDSU? Check out these helpful tips about applying to graduate.

Picture of student in Web Compass Program Web Compass

The Entrepreneurial Management Center’s WebCompass is a unique paid internship for undergraduate seniors in various disciplines.

An Anything-but-Average Spring Break

Students go ‘alternative’ in ’09, bringing food, water and shelter to those in need this spring break. Students still needed for Alternative Spring Break trips.

Quest for the Best LogoQuest for the Best Application Available

This award annually recognizes up to 10 outstanding student leaders.

Volunteers Wanted!

Make a difference in a young person's life. Volunteer with EOP.

Picture of student climbing the side of a mountain almost at the topTips and Classes to Help You Stay Healthy in the New Year

Aztec Recreation Center employees offer tips for sticking to a healthy New Year’s resolution.  New 1-unit classes offered through ENS.

Picture of Dr. Pat Huckle"The Crooked Path: Living Life Forward"

If you were given one last chance to publicly speak about what mattered most to you, what would YOU say? Join us in this FREE event, as we honor Dr. Patricia Huckle as the 2009 Distinguished Last Lecturer.


Dates and Deadlines

Jan. 22: First Day of Classes

Jan. 22: New Eye Clinic Opens on Campus

Associated Students LogoJan. 26: AS Council Packets Available

February: Time to Reapply for Financial Aid for 2009-10

Feb 1: December 2009 Graduation Applications Available

Feb 11: May and August 2009 Graduation Applications Due

Feb 11: Last day to add/drop or change grading basis of a class. No schedule adjustments made after 6 p.m.

March 1: Fulbright-mtvU Awards – Deadline to Apply


Jan. 23: Musical Auditions, SDSU’s Symphony Orchestra, SDSU' s Symphony Orchestra conducted by Matthew Rowe, new Director of Orchestral Studies, will hold auditions for all interested musicians Friday, from 4-9 pm in room M-114 in the Music Building. The highlight of the spring season will be a performance of Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition." If you are unable to attend that day, please contact Felix Olschofka, 594-4615 for an alternate audition time.

February is Black History Month – Check out what SDSU Aztecs are doing to commemorate BHM, including a school supply drive for students in South Africa. (PDF file - download Adobe Acrobat Reader if needed)

Picture of JACKFeb 5: JAC Live – Free Concert at SDSU
Listen to the sound of JAC Live and check out our Q&A with band front man.

Feb 6-7: Pre-Professional Health Conference

Feb 9-13: Week of Caring 2009: Human Rights Campaign

Feb 11: Aztec Adventures Open House,
9 - 11 p.m., at the ARC

Feb 16: The 2009 Disinguished Last Lecture: "The Crooked Path: Living Life Forward" presented by Dr. Patricia Huckle

Feb 20 - March 1: The Musical of Musicals – One simple story becomes five hilarious musicals, each written in the distinctive style of one of the masters, from Rodgers & Hammerstein to Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Feb 22-28: National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Full SDSU Events Calendar


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