11:00 a.m. – Convocation & Picnic
Your official welcome from the President and Deans. Convocation will be held at Frost Arena.
1:00 p.m. – ThumpStart
A reintroduction to academic advising and resources, student accounts and services, and campus tours tailored to your class schedule.
7:00 p.m. – Campanile Climb
Climb the 179 steps to the top of our campus landmark, sponsored by the Barnyard Cadets. The first 100 students to the top get free SDSU ice cream!
Located in the Student Union. Check out SDSU’s student organizations and learn how to get involved. SEE includes 75+ info booths; presentations from Greek Life, University Program Council, Hobo Day, student media, multicultural organizations, intramural/sport clubs; discussion panels; food and live entertainment!
Explore H.M. Briggs Library at this open house.
A ceremony to welcome students to the nursing major.
Please join us at the Ritz Gallery in Grove Hall to see work created by our faculty, past and present.
The exhibition will be held from Tuesday, August 22 through Friday, September 15. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm (closed Labor Day and weekends).
An opening reception will be held Tuesday, August 22 from 4-6pm in the Ritz Gallery. Light refreshments will be served. Events are free and open to the general public.
Stop by the library for a tour from our friendly staff and see the resources and services that are available to you!
Want to learn about grooming, tacking, feeding and riding horses? Our new program, Horses for Heroes, starts Thursday, August 24 from 3:00 - 4:30 pm at the Equine Teaching Facility off of Medary Avenue (Number 36 on the map). Space is limited to 10 students (veteran priority) so please RSVP via email to SDSU.email@example.com. Can’t wait to see you there!
Prairie Repertory Theatre 2017 presents an encore presentation of:
Over the River, and Through the Woods, by Joe DiPietro
August 24th and 25th – 7:30 pm - Doner Auditorium
Location: Fishback Soccer Park
Amy Vander Vorste will teach a three-hour class on the ancient fabric creation technique Nalbinding. Attendees will learn to do one of the simplest stitches, called the Oslo stitch, as well as how to turn, work in the round, increase, and decrease. The class project will be a mini tote bag. Registration fee of $35.00. Class size is extremely limited so call today.