While you are in San Diego, make sure to take advantage of this amazing weather and beautiful outdoor environment by taking a class at Mission Bay Aquatic Center. Whether you are looking for an extra unit, or just a new experience MBAC has many options. They offer surfing, wakeboarding, sailing, stand up paddling, sea kayaking, rowing, and windsurfing classes that you can take for a unit through the SDSU ENS department. You can also take any of the semester-long classes for fun, without signing up through the university. To view a schedule of the semester-long classes you can sign up for, visit www.mbaquaticcenter.com/ens. To view more information about other classes, private lessons, rentals, and the facility, visit www.mbaquaticcenter.com It is not too late to sign up for a semester-long class. Feel free to stop by the MBAC tent on campus for more information.
You will be able to to enroll in additional Special Session courses, spaces are limited.
Location: Gateway Center Lobby during Advising hours.
Also, a new BA 350 section has opened on campus:
schedule # 32519
Meets: M 1600-1840
Instructor: Omens, A
We would like to welcome you to the Semester at SDSU program! The weather is beautiful and we know this will be a great semester. Please refer to the information below for your Program Welcome date and time. Please visit the Orientation and Calendar tabs above to view orientation information.
A Few Important Dates:
Orientation (All Students) – August 18 – Montezuma Hall - 10:00am (Check-in begins 9:15am)
Webportal/Blackboard/Cultural Information Session – August 24 – Arts & Letters 201 -10:00 am – (optional, reservation required)
Business Courses Program student event – August 19 (optional)
Classes begin August 29
Semester at SDSU Advising will start August 18, location and times will be announced at Orientation.
If you have any immigration questions please contact Mike Dietz, our Immigration Advisor: email@example.com
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If you wish to purchase a parking permit for the fall 2016 semester, the permit cost is $165. You will need the vehicle license number, make, and model to purchase one.
You may purchase a semester parking permit in person at the Parking Services office, located at the Public Safety building.
Parking Services Public Safety building Open: Monday – Friday Hours: 9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Telephone: 619-594-6671 E-mail: email@example.com
You may also purchase a parking permit online, but you must have a credit card and a valid San Diego mailing address since the permit will be mailed to you. Students who do not yet have a local San Diego mailing address should speak with the ALI Front Desk for additional mailing instructions.
Please click on this link for further instructions: Parking Permit Instructions – Online
Next, visit this website to purchase a permit: https://aztecs.t2hosted.com/cmn/newuser.aspx
Please visit the ALI Front Desk if you need further assistance or have questions regarding purchasing a parking permit.
Your health insurance brochure can be viewed here: Health Insurance Brochure
If you have any insurance questions, please visit the Insurance Coordinator in the ALI Office.
On behalf of the men and women of the SDSU Police Department, I would like to welcome you to the fall 2016 semester. I invite each of you to be an active part of what will surely be an exciting semester.
This semester I am pleased to relate that thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, we have been able to update our bike patrol fleet, both for police officers and Community Service Officers. Bicycles provide an excellent way to get around campus, provide safety escorts and respond to calls.
That same donation will also allow us to develop a new mobile app which we hope will be available in the coming months. The app will provide easy access to the police and allow users to text information to us, request an escort and even see the GPS locations of our evening shuttle routes. We will provide more information as we get closer to rolling it out. Read this NewsCenter story about the app for more information.
- Call 9-1-1 – from your cell phone or any campus phone to report a crime in progress or life threatening emergency. “Blue Light” emergency phones can be used for emergencies or to request a safety escort.
- Be aware of your surroundings – Avoid distractions such as talking on your cell phone, walk in groups whenever possible and immediately report suspicious activity to the SDSU Police Department.
- Secure your belongings – Lock your doors and windows, properly lock your bike and keep valuables out of sight. If you have security devices such as steering wheel locks, alarms or bicycle U-locks, use them.
- Do not leave valuable items unattended (laptops, cell phones, iPods).
- Call for an escort – Free safety escorts are available from dusk to dawn to and from on-campus locations. Call 619-594-6659 to request a safety escort.
- Emergency notification – SDSU has several means of notifying you of emergency or urgent situations on campus including a mass notification system and text/email notification. Go to www.sdsu.edu/prepare to familiarize yourself with our emergency procedures. Also please update your email and phone information in WebPortal or PeopleSoft to ensure you receive messages from the SDSU Alert system.
- The Campus Safety and Security report and The Annual Fire Safety report are published by the University Police Department, in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. The full text of these reports can be located on our website at www.police.sdsu.edu. These reports are prepared in cooperation with local law enforcement agencies which surround our main campus, remote campus sites, Residential Education, the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities, the Division of Business Affairs and the Division of Student Affairs.
- The SDSU Police Department is located in the Public Safety Building at the intersection of 55th Street and Remington Road, across from the Aztec Recreation Center. Our lobby is open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. The police department is operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Parking Office and Key Issue Office are also housed in the Public Safety Building. Please note their telephone numbers—Parking Office: 619-594-6671 and Key Issue: 619-594-1992—should you require those services.
We are committed to providing the unique policing services required of our campus and our community and look forward to working with you!
Please visit our website for additional information about your police department: www.police.sdsu.edu