The Plant Science Laboratories building houses an important portion of the plant research conducted on campus.
This 17,000 square foot facility will allow for an increase in research and hands-on learning opportunities for students.
Built in 2017 as part of the Alumni Green Project, the President’s Home is the official private residence of the university president.
Built in 1940, the Pugsley Center is home to the Information Technologies Center, the Communication Studies and Theatre Department, and the early childhood and preschool facilities.
The Raven Precision Agriculture Center brings agronomy, engineering and computer science disciplines under one roof, where students and faculty can collaborate, conduct research and innovate.
Built in the 1960s, the SDSU Rodeo Arena, west of the Animal Science Arena off of Medary Avenue, was once the home to many Jackrabbit Stampede Rodeos and large, standing-room-only crowds.
The Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex is a multi-purpose indoor competition and training facility located just north of Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium. The facility includes an eight-lane, 300-meter track and 100 yards of soy based synthetic turf, along with space for sports medicine, athletic training, strength and conditioning, physical therapy, hydrotherapy, observation rooms and office facilities.
Theodore Schultz (1902-1998) developed the founding theories of human capital that have been cited by economists worldwide. He was the 1979 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economics and the only SDSU alumnus recognized among the first century of Nobel laureates.
The SDSU Bookstore sells books, apparels, school supplies, textbooks, apparel and merchandise.