The Plant Science Building houses an important portion of the plant research conducted on campus.
Opened August 2017, the Plant Science Research Support Center is a 17,000-square-foot facility that allows 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.
Located just east of the Hilton M. Briggs Library, this brick structure was built in 1959 at a cost of $692,000.
Built in 1940, the Pugsley Center is home to the School of English and Interdisciplinary Studies.
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 Grounds, west of the Animal Science Arena, 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.
Schultz Hall is a co-ed hall with 157 residents, all in double rooms. There are group study rooms and floor lounges on each floor. Amenities in the hall includes kitchens, fireplaces, flat-screen televisions and a pool table in the basement.