Welcome to the University Senate's new website!
We're still under construction -- and welcome your feedback as we build it all out.
The University Senate is where policy decisions are made. Senate members represent all areas of campus life and thus focus on issues that affect SDSU's general welfare---from curriculum to facilities ... and from admissions to administrator reviews.
The Senate meets the first Tuesday of the month (Fall: September thru December; Spring: February thru May). These are public sessions and guests are welcome (although they can't participate in our deliberations).
We encourage faculty, staff, and students to take a active role in policy-making; your voices make a difference! Contact the Senate Office or Senator Allison Vaughn if you're interested in serving on any of our many Committees, Councils or Boards.
- Center for Human Resources
- IT @ SDSU
- Instructional Technology Services
- Zoom/web conferencing
- Qualtrics User Support
- Universal Design/accessibility
UPDATE:Search for a New SDSU President
The search for a new SDSU President began in earnest on September 25th--when the CSU Trustees hosted the Open Forum (Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center). Check out the Forum archive if you weren't able to attend "live."
On October 17, a few Trustees, the Chancellor and several members of the SDSU Advisory Committee will meet with faculty, staff, students and community members at the Imperial Valley campus.
SDSU's Letter Supporting DACA
SDSU leadership issued a statement in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program after President Trump's announced he would phase out the program unless Congress acts within the next six months.
US News Ranks SDSU Among Top National Universities
SDSU continues to rise in US News and World Report's annual rankings (America's Best Colleges list). We are now #68 among public universities and #140 overall among national universities.
San Diego County's Hepatitis A Outbreak Continues to Grow
The Hepatitis A outbreak is not yet fully under control, according to the County's Health and Human Services Agency.