The only problem with SDSU’s campus life is that you need to decide what to do first. With more than 200 student organizations to choose from, that’s almost as hard as advanced organic chemistry.
You’ve probably heard about some of our student groups. The Pride of the Dakotas, our 350-member marching band, is so good that it has performed in the Tournament of Roses Parade—twice—at NFL games, and in presidential inaugural parades. Our athletic teams have won national championships, All-American Honors, and the hearts of SDSU students, alumni, and fans everywhere.
If that’s not your thing, you could wake up the campus with your very own morning show on KSDJ, our on-campus radio station ... help spread the news as a member of the Collegian, our student-produced newspaper ... or strut your artistic stuff at the Ritz Art Gallery. You could join the Hobo Day Committee or the Black Student Alliance, the Society of Women Engineers, or Campus Crusade for Christ.