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How to Register
Due to the San Diego State University-wide switch to the new my.SDSU student information system. SDSU Global Campus has changed our registration process. Please follow the steps below to register for courses in your program.
You can also register for courses through secure email.
These programs include our bachelor’s degree completion programs, graduate-level programs, credential programs, and others.
In most cases, the SDSU Global Campus Student Success Center will send course registration links and instructions to admitted students at the start of each term.
Non-Degree Credit-Bearing Programs
This includes open courses in degree programs, along with Open University, Winter Session, One-Unit courses, credit-bearing professional certificates, and other credit-bearing non-degree programs.
Starting this term, SDSU Global Campus has a new registration process for credit-bearing courses in non-degree programs. To begin the registration process, please visit one of our program pages and complete the following steps:
- Browse the available courses listed on our website. For Open University, available courses will be listed in the SDSU Class Schedule.
- Once you’ve chosen your course(s), click the Enroll button.
- Fill out and submit the form to indicate you’d like to register for courses.
- You’ll receive a confirmation email from SDSU Global Campus within 2-3 business days with the next steps to complete your registration in my.SDSU. Follow the guide below to register for credit courses through my.SDSU.
- Complete your full payment in my.SDSU after your registration has been submitted.
Please note that this process applies to all students, including current SDSU students. If your course requires special permission to enroll, you’ll be provided with a permission number to complete your registration.
These programs include our professional certificates, Osher @ SDSU, and others.
Students can register for courses by visiting the program page on our website and completing the following steps:
- Click on the course link(s) you’d like to register for.
- Add the courses you want to your cart.
- When you’re ready, please select the Checkout option to start the checkout process.
- Log in or follow the steps below to create a new account.
- Fill out the "New Customer Account" form.
- Check to agree to the Terms and Conditions, and Create your account.
- Go back to the login page.
- Input your username and password, then log in.
- Fill out the rest of the required information.
- Click on Save.
- Continue to answer any required information.
- Click on Next.
- Click on “Submit Order”.
- You will see the confirmation page and receive a confirmation email confirming your enrollment.
Click to view PDF instructions on How to Enroll in Non-Credit Courses
Registrations that cannot be processed due to: full classes, missing signatures or information, illegible registration forms, or payment discrepancies will be returned to you with a letter of explanation. You will not be registered in any classes until you re-submit your registration form. A $25 late fee and/or deadline penalties will apply if you do not meet registration deadlines.
How To Pay
Effective December 21, 2022, you will need to submit your full payment through my.SDSU no later than 15 days prior to the start of the term. If payment has not been received, you are at risk of being dropped from your course(s) that have not been fully paid.
Also effective December 21, 2022, if you’re registering for a course that begins after the start of the term, you will need to submit your full payment through my.SDSU within 48 hours from the date you registered for your course.
Please note that a 2.65% service charge will be assessed for all online credit and debit card payments. You can find a full list of available payment methods by visiting SDSU’s Business & Financial Affairs website.
Below is a list of all credit-bearing programs affected by this payment policy.
- Advanced Certificate in Data Science
- Advanced Certificate in Public Health
- Advanced Certificate in Regulatory Affairs
- Advanced Certificate in Residency Training in Radiation Therapy Physics
- Advanced Certificate in Web and Mobile Application Development
- Master of Arts in Educational Leadership/OPASC Combo Program
- Master of Arts in Teacher Leadership
- Master of Fine Arts in Screenwriting
- Master of Public Administration Online (MPA)
- Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Promotion and Behavioral Science
- Master of Public Health (MPH) in Epidemiology
- Master of Science in Big Data Analytics
- Master of Science in Computer Engineering
- Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
- Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management Online (HTM)
- Master of Science in Meeting and Event Management Online (MEM)
- Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs
- Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling
- Sports MBA
- LARC Summer Intensive Critical Language Courses
- Music & Dance
- One-Unit Quick Courses
- Online Construction Courses/Certificates
- Open University
- Professional Certificate in Forensic Psychology
- Professional Certificate in Human Resource Management
- Speech-Language Pathology Essentials
- Thesis Extension
- U.S. Air Force ROTC
- U.S. Army ROTC
- U.S. Navy ROTC
- Winter Session
Students registering for non-credit courses will continue to pay for courses at the time of enrollment through the SDSU Global Campus Student Portal.
- Course Credit
- Course Numbering
- CSU Accreditation/State Authorizations/Complaint Process
- Enrollment Verifications
- Grading Procedures/Auditing and CR/NC
- International Students
- Location of Courses
- Map and Directions
- Parking Fee Refunds
- Parking Permit Purchase Instructions/SDSU Parking Portal Info
- Parking Rules for Gateway/Extended Studies Center Users
- Privacy Rights/FERPA
- Registration at SDSU Global Campus
- Returned Checks/Charges
- Secure Email Registration
- SDSU Nondiscrimination Policy
- SDSU Online Services
- Smoking Guidelines
- Social Security Number/Tax Credit Information
- Teacher Education
- Transcripts (for credit courses only)
- Veterans Administration Benefits
SDSU Global Campus has the right to cancel a program that does not meet the minimum enrollment requirement. Information detailed on this web site is subject to change.
8 am-5 pm, Monday-Friday (available by phone and email)
8 am-5 pm, Monday-Friday (available by fax and email)
After Hours Drop Box
Gateway Center, Hardy Avenue entrance.
Please call (619) 594-5152 to find out about Registration and Cashier's office holiday closures.
Course locations vary; please check our website for more information.
SDSU Global Campus is located in the Extended Studies/Gateway Centers on the SDSU Campus. See Maps, Directions, & Parking for more information.
Though no formal admission procedures are required for some individual courses, students seeking to complete degree or certificate programs must meet admission requirements specific to their desired degree or certificate program. Please visit your specific program of interest or contact SDSU Global Campus for more details.
SDSU Global Campus is undergoing some changes to our registration process leading up to this switch. Please follow the steps list at the top of this page to register for courses in your program. You can also register for courses through secure email.
Registrations which cannot be processed due to: full classes, missing signatures or information, illegible registration forms, or payment discrepancies will be returned to you with a letter of explanation. You will not be registered in any classes until you re-submit your registration form. A $25 late fee and/or deadline penalties will apply if you do not meet registration deadlines.
Full fee payment or credit card information must accompany the registration form. We accept cash, checks, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and Visa. Make checks payable to SDSU. Any prerequisite listed in the course description must be completed prior to the beginning of the course. Advance registration is strongly recommended because it will assure you a place in class
Registration deadlines are posted on individual program pages on our website, as well as our Academic Calendar page. After the registration deadline, students may request to register late with instructor and/or department approval and a $25 late payment fee. Students should fill out a SDSU Global Campus Registration form, obtain the approval signature on the form (or obtain an email, print and attach to the form) and submit the registration by secure email. Late registrations may not be done online or by phone. For questions or assistance with late registrations, contact the SDSU Global Campus Registration and Enrollment Services office at (619) 594-5152 or email@example.com. Late registrations after the last day of class require a "Petition for Special Consideration."
Open University Courses: See Open University Registration Deadlines
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Courses: See Osher registration page.
Applicants are required to show their Social Security Number in designated places on applications pursuant to the authority contained in Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Section 41201.
The Social Security Number is used as a means of identifying the student for purposes of financial aid eligibility and disbursement, and the repayment of financial aid and other debts payable to the University. It is also necessary in order to receive Lifetime Learning or Hope Scholarship tax credit.
Payments made to the SDSU Research Foundation do not qualify for Lifetime Learning or Hope Scholarship tax credit. 1098T forms are not available for programs/courses offered through the SDSU Research Foundation. For more information go to https://bfa.sdsu.edu/financial/student/tax_1098t.aspx
If you'd like to purchase an SDSUcard with your photo, please visit sdsucard.sdsu.edu.
All SDSU Global Campus students taking credit courses who need access to SDSU online services (my.SDSU, grades/transcripts, library, Canvas, etc.) must use their SDSUid account.
SDSU is a smoke-free campus. For more information see smokefree.sdsu.edu.
You may drop/withdraw from a course online through the SDSU Global Campus student portal or through my.SDSU, depending on how you registered. You can also complete an official transaction form and submit via secure email. Contact (619) 594-5152 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with a secure email link.
Non-attendance or notifying the instructor does not constitute officially dropping or withdrawing from a course. Students who stop attending credit courses without officially dropping will receive a grade of WU or No Credit in the class. Refunds are not automatic. NO refunds are due unless the course is officially dropped within stated guidelines in the refund schedule. Students can expect to receive refunds approximately four weeks from the date the request is received. Refunds may be applied against other amounts due the University. No refund is made for amounts of less than $10.
a. Withdrawal via the registration website and by secure email – total fee minus $5 if class fee is less than $50 or $21 if class fee is $50 or more. All credit course refunds are subject to a $21 administrative charge plus ASB/student fees will be deducted after the first class session.
b. Refund requests on or after the first day of class must be made in writing. Unless otherwise stated, in courses of five or more meetings, 65% of the fee will be refunded until 25% of the course time has elapsed, after which time there is no refund and a "W" will be recorded for the course. For courses of four or less class meetings, no refund. Online course meetings are equal to one week of class time. Drop/Refund/ Withdrawal requests made after the last day of class will be by petition only for serious and compelling reasons.
c. The following professional development/certificate program online courses have a special refund policy: Accounting Online, Construction Online, and Health Care Online. Prior to receiving a password and logging into your online course, total fee minus $5 if class fee is less than $50 or $21 if class fee is $50 or more. (All credit course refunds are subject to a $21 administrative charge plus ASB/student fees.) Once a student has been issued a password by the online provider, and logged into the course, no refunds will be issued.
d. Lean Six Sigma online refund policy: Refunds will be issued within 30 days after enrollment date, minus a $21 administrative fee provided you have not logged into the class. Refunds will not be issued after you have logged into the class with your username and password.
e. Refund on the trip portion of study abroad programs will be determined by the director of study abroad. Refunds for study abroad courses are as listed above.
f. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program has a separate refund policy, see Osher refund policy and schedule for specifics.
g. Some programs not listed above may have special refund policies. Please consult the website for specifics.
h. Decisions on withdrawals and refunds will be based on the date when written withdrawal notice is received by SDSU Global Campus. Drops/Withdrawals done by mail are effective as of the postmark date.
Open University Courses
See Open University FAQs for refund information. Instructor's signature is required to drop or withdraw from courses at anytime.
Thrive DX Digital Skills Bootcamps
Unless otherwise stated, in programs that have five or more meetings, 65% of the fee will be refunded until 25% of the course time has elapsed, after which time there is no refund and a "W" will be recorded for the course.
|Program||Number of Modules||25% mark|
|Digital Marketing||103||26 modules|
|Cyber Security||104||26 modules|
|Data Science||104||26 modules|
|Software Development (Fullstack)||106||27 modules|
Exceptions are requested by submitting a Petition for Special Consideration. Petitions may only be submitted due to extenuating circumstances and may require supporting documentation. Please contact HackerU prior to submitting your Petition.
Late Program Changes
Adds/drops/refunds requested after deadline dates may be done by petition only. Obtain a Petition for Special Consideration on our website. Petitions will only be considered for serious and compelling reasons beyond the student's control. Documentation is necessary for consideration.
SDSU parking permits are required 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Parking Structure 6 on Hardy Avenue. If you’re participating in a course with an on-campus component, you’ll need to purchase an SDSU Student Parking Permit through San Diego State University. If you do not bring your parking permit, you’ll need to pay for SDSU visitor parking on the first day of the course.
No parking is permitted at any time in the following areas: special permit areas, handicapped zones, service areas, any area marked or painted red, any area not clearly designated as a parking space, or any area posted with a sign or designation restricting or defining specific use.
Motorcycles will need to be parked in motorcycle stalls only. They’ll be cited if parked in a vehicle stall. Permits are required at all times.
Handicapped Parking: A disabled placard, disabled plate, or a temporary H/C (handicapped) placard issued by the DMV are required to be displayed at all times in addition to your SDSU Student Parking Permit.
Open University: Open University and other semester-long program students must purchase an SDSU parking permit online at the Aztec Parking Portal for use in all SDSU student lots.
SDSU student decals are not valid in Parking Structure 6.
Official SDSU parking regulations can be found at parking.sdsu.edu.
Legal parking is the responsibility of the individual.
Parking permits are required for the use of student and faculty/staff spaces, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. No parking is permitted at any time in the following areas:
- Special permit areas
- Handicapped zones
- Service areas
- Any area marked or painted red
- Any area not clearly designated as a parking space
- Any area posted with a sign or designation restricting or defining specific use
Due to construction, availability of lots may vary. Parking information and visitor permits are available through the Public Safety Department or Dispatcher in the DPS Building, which you can also contact by calling (619) 594-1991.
A limited number of motorcycle permits are available. Motorcycle parking is available in the following lots:
Motorcycles must park in motorcycle stalls only. They will be cited if parked in vehicle stalls. Permits are required at all times. Please contact the Parking Business Office for more information.
For information on current SDSU parking permit fees, please go to parking.sdsu.edu. Proper/legal parking is the responsibility of the individual. The purchase of a permit does not guarantee a space, and lack of parking/transportation is not justification for refund. If you have any immediate issues or concerns about parking on campus, please contact the Parking Services Department at (619) 594-6671.
Escorts are available from dusk to dawn to and from campus, vehicles, or residence halls by calling (619) 594-6659. Certain restrictions may apply. For emergencies, dial 911.
SDSU Global Camous has switched to the new my.SDSU student information system for most of our credit-bearing course offerings. Please follow the steps list at the top of this page to register for courses in your program.
All programs offered by SDSU Global Campus are required to be financially self-supporting. Fees for classes and seminars vary with the course offering. Some classes, credit and noncredit, may carry additional costs for field trips, materials, etc. Fees are subject to change without notice.
Fees appear with each course description and are the same for California residents and nonresidents. If paid by check or charge, registration will not be considered complete until payment has been honored by your bank.
A $60 charge will be made for payment returned for any cause ($35 dishonored payment charge; $25 late fee).
You have the right:
- to inspect and review your records;
- to request inaccurate or misleading information be amended,
- to restrict disclosures of information about you (except as provided by law),
- to file a complaint if we violate your rights, and
- to obtain a copy of our Student Records Policy.
(See "Student Privacy Rights of Students in Education Records" in the SDSU catalog for further information.)
You may update your personal information: mailing address, telephone number, email preferences, and password online. Name changes must be done via the SDSU Global Campus Registration and Enrollment Services office or the SDSU Office of the Registrar and cannot be done online. We do not share your email address with other organizations.
Extension and Professional Development Credit
Extension credit course work is recorded as transfer credit and is included in the student’s overall grade point average, not in the student’s SDSU scholastic average. The maximum amount of extension credit which may be accepted toward the minimum requirements for the bachelor's degree is 24 semester units. Extension credit is not counted in satisfaction of the minimum residence requirement. For graduate students, extension courses at SDSU may be accepted as fulfilling no more than 30% of the requirements for an advanced degree or advanced certificate, subject to limitations described in the Graduate Bulletin. For more information, contact the Division of Graduate Affairs at email@example.com, visit admissions.sdsu.edu/graduate or call (619) 594-5213.
Students enrolled in courses numbered 397, 997, and 01 through 79 earn professional development credit. These courses are designed to meet specific professional curricula and are not applicable to an SDSU degree.
Professional development courses numbered 01 through 49 are designated as lower division and 50-79 are designated as upper division. All records of extension and professional development credit are kept by the SDSU Office of the Registrar.
There is no limit to the number of certificate courses you may take. However, courses numbered 01 through 79 are professional advancement units offered to meet specific academic needs. Courses 01 through 49 are designated as lower division and 50 through 79 are designated as upper division. It is the prerogative of the academic department/college to determine if 01 through 79 level courses are applicable to a major, a minor, or toward specified electives. These courses are not acceptable toward advanced degree programs. All records of certificate credit are kept by the SDSU Office of the Registrar.
Special session course credit is resident credit and may be applied toward SDSU degree requirements. For undergraduate degrees, no more than 24 units may be taken prior to admission to SDSU; for advanced degrees or advanced certificates, no more than 50% of the program of study may be taken prior to matriculation. For more information, contact the Division of Graduate Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit admissions.sdsu.edu/graduate or call (619) 594-5213. Once you are matriculated, there is no limit to the number of special session courses you may take. Consult your advisor about the applicability of a specific course. Special session grades are included in the student's SDSU scholastic average. All records of special session credit are kept by the SDSU Office of the Registrar.
Noncredit courses receive no academic credit and are used for personal enrichment only. We cannot confirm completion of noncredit courses. If you plan to ask your instructor for verification of participation, you must attend all sessions and complete all assignments.
Continuing Education Units
The SDSU Global Campus awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to persons enrolled in, and completing certain noncredit programs. One continuing education unit is defined as ten contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.
The primary purpose of the CEU is to provide a permanent record of the educational accomplishments of an individual who has completed a non-credit educational program. This record can be used to give employers and professional associations and societies a uniform measure of short-term educational programs completed by an individual. CEUs are not academic units and cannot be applied to degree work at institutions of higher education.
Open University Course Credit
Open University course credit is non-matriculated resident credit. Twenty-four units of Open University credit may be applied toward an SDSU undergraduate degree. For graduate students, not more than 30% of coursework taken in Open University prior to admission to an advanced degree or advanced certificate are acceptable on a program of study. For more information, contact the Division of Graduate Affairs at email@example.com, visit admissions.sdsu.edu/graduate or call (619) 594-5213.
Auditors must pay the same fee as those taking the course for credit but will not be required to take examinations and will not receive a final grade. You may change from credit to audit, or letter grade to CR/NC, only during the first half of a credit course. To change status, complete an audit card at the SDSU Global Campus registration office. Classes offered credit/no credit only may not be taken for a letter grade. For Open University grade change deadlines see Open University Registration Information.
Only a limited number of extension credits may be applied toward a teaching credential. If you need assistance in your choice of courses, contact the College of Education. While most extension courses are acceptable toward teachers' salary advancement requirements, teachers should contact their district office regarding the applicability of specific courses.
Courses numbered TE X-397 or ED X997 are not acceptable for degree or credential pattern requirements but may be used as in-service credits only.
Courses numbered 80-99 are non-baccalaureate level and are not acceptable for a bachelor's degree or general education requirement. Those numbered 100 through 299 are lower division (freshman and sophomore years); those numbered 300 through 499 are upper division (junior and senior years) and are intended for undergraduates. Those numbered 500 through 599 are upper division and also apply to advanced degrees when taken by students admitted to graduate standing. Those numbered 600 through 799 are strictly graduate courses; those numbered 800 through 899 are doctoral courses. Course numbers at the 900 level are reserved for graduate courses in certain professional curricula as part of advanced certificate, credential, and licensure programs and are specifically intended for students admitted to the University with post-baccalaureate classified standing.
Courses numbered at the 900 level are not applicable to other graduate programs. Courses numbered 01 through 79, 397, and 997 are professional advancement units offered only through extension to meet specific academic needs of community groups.
Courses 01 through 49 are designated as lower division and 50 through 79 and 397 are designated as upper division. It is the prerogative of the academic department/college to determine if 01 through 79 level courses are applicable to a major, a minor, or toward specified electives. The 01 through 79 level courses are offered in conjunction with certificate programs only. Courses at the 01 through 79 level are not acceptable on advanced degree programs. Courses offered as 397 and 997 are not acceptable toward an undergraduate or graduate degree.
SDSU Global Campus students who eventually plan to pursue an undergraduate degree at SDSU should consult the sponsoring academic department to ascertain the applicability of 01 through 79 level courses offered in any certificate program toward their proposed course of study.
All transcripts come from the SDSU Office of the Registrar. To obtain an official transcript, order online through my.SDSU. The fee for each transcript is $15, additional mailing fees may apply. On Demand transcripts can be obtained in person at the SDSU Office of the Registrar for a cost of $20 each. If you have taken extension courses, indicate this on your request. Unofficial transcripts are also available free through my.SDSU.
To request an enrollment verification, complete the SDSU Global Campus enrollment verification request form and submit via secure email to the SDSU Global Campus Registration and Enrollment Services office. Contact (619) 594-5152 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with a secure email link. Please allow 10 business days to process the request.
If your check or charge is returned by the bank for any reason, the cashier's office will send a letter requesting payment for the amount of the original dishonored item plus a $35 dishonored payment charge. A $25 late fee will also be charged if applicable. The student has five days to pay the amount in cash, cashier's check, or money order to the cashier's office. Nonpayment of fees may result in cancellation of your registration and/or withholding of further services until all financial liabilities have been met. The state has the authority to withhold amounts owed to the University from any future state tax refund to which you may be entitled.
Students who have had checks returned may also be prohibited from writing checks in the future. If you have previously had a dishonored check, no personal checks, even from another person, are acceptable on your behalf.
For the SDSU parking fee refund schedule, see the SDSU catalog. Refunds can be obtained at the University cashier's office. The amount of refund is rounded down to the nearest dollar. No refund is made for amounts of less than $10. Refunds may be applied against other amounts due the University.
All veterans must certify that they are aware that any registration changes may alter the payments the VA will award, and understand that they will be liable for any overpayment which they may receive from the Veterans Administration.
>> Veteran Education Benefits Responsibility Sheet
Regardless of citizenship, all nonmatriculated international students (nonresidents) from non-English speaking countries registering for SDSU Global Campus programs, must present a score of 550 or higher (using the paper version) or 213 or higher (using the computer version) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Within SDSU Global Campus, I-20 forms may only be issued to eligible students enrolled in the American Language Institute (ALI).
Beginning in fall 2021, parking is not included with enrollment in any SDSU Global Campus course. As an SDSU Global Campus student, you’ll need to purchase an SDSU Student Parking Permit through San Diego State University in order to park your vehicle on campus.
To purchase an SDSU Student Parking Permit, please visit the Aztec Parking Portal using either Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Edge and purchase your parking permit. Please view the downloadable PDFs below for instructions:
- Student, Faculty, and Staff Cheat Sheet to Purchase a Permit
- Visitors First Time Login to Purchase a Permit
- How to Link Permit to Vehicle Cheat Sheet
If you have any outstanding citations associated with your vehicle in the Aztec Parking Portal, you won’t be able to purchase a permit until all citations have been paid. Additionally, you will always need to link your permit to the vehicle you are driving. If you get a new vehicle, entering the vehicle into the portal is not enough - you’ll also need to link your current permit to the new vehicle.
If you have a rental vehicle, please do not enter it into your account. Doing so may cause any outstanding citations on that vehicle to transfer to your account.
California is now issuing temporary plates for new cars. Please enter this as your temporary license plate in order to not receive a citation. Once you’ve received your physical plate, please contact Parking Services at email@example.com so we can change your vehicle to the correct plates.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or issues.
California State University is accredited by the Senior College Commission of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). California State University monitors developments in state laws in every state. If authorization or licensure is necessary or becomes necessary, California State University will seek out the required additional approvals. Pursuant to the United States Department of Education's Program Integrity Rule, each institution of higher education is required to provide all prospective and current students with the contact information for the state agency or agencies that handle complaints against postsecondary education institutions offering distance learning within that state. For more information see calstate.edu/acadAff/state-regulatory-authorizations.
The Office of the Ombudsman, (619) 594-6578, and the Office of Employee Relations and Compliance, (619) 594-6464, have been designated to coordinate the efforts of SDSU to comply with all applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination on these bases.
Race, Color, Ethnicity, National Origin, Age, and Religion
The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, or religion in its programs and activities, including admission and access. Federal and state laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the California Equity in Higher Education Act, prohibit such discrimination.
The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its programs and activities, including admission and access. Federal and state laws, including sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, prohibit such discrimination. Students should address inquiries concerning San Diego State University’s compliance with all relevant disability laws to the director of Student Disability Services (SDS), Calpulli Center, Room 3101, San Diego State University, CA 92182, or call (619) 594-6473 (TDD: (619) 594-2929).
Sex/Gender/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation in its programs and activities, including admission and access. Federal and state laws, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, prohibit such discrimination. The California State University is committed to providing equal opportunities to male and female CSU students in all campus programs, including intercollegiate athletics.
Discrimination on the basis of sex, including sexual harassment and sexual violence, is prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the Education Act. Sexual harassment refers to the unwanted imposition of sexual attention, usually in the context of a relationship of unequal power, rank, or status, as well as the use of one’s position of authority in the university to bestow benefits or impose deprivations on another. This policy applies equally to all students, faculty, and staff. Sexual harassment, or other harassment based on a person’s "protected status" includes verbal, nonverbal, and/or physical conduct that has the intent or effect of unreasonable interference with individuals’ or groups’ education or work performance. This may also include actions that create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working, or learning environment. Both men and women can be the victims of sexual harassment or harassment based on a "protected status."
Complaints Alleging Discrimination and/or Harassment
Students, faculty, and staff who believe they are victims of discrimination and/or harassment, including sexual harassment and sexual violence, should contact the Office of Employee Relations and Compliance, (619) 594-6464. The staff can explain the complaint procedures available to students, faculty, and staff on our campus. Students, faculty, and staff may also contact Jessica Rentto, SDSU Title IX coordinator and associate vice president for administration, located in Administration, Room 320, (619) 594-6017, email@example.com. University policy, as well as state and federal law, prohibits retaliation against an individual who files a complaint of discrimination or harassment or who participates in the investigation of such a complaint. More detailed information regarding SDSU nondiscrimination policies and instructions on filing a complaint can be found at https://oerc.sdsu.edu.
Inquiries Concerning Compliance
Inquiries concerning compliance or the application of these laws to programs and activities of SDSU may be referred to the specific campus officer(s) identified above or to the Regional Director of the Office for Civil Rights, United States Department of Education, 50 Beale Street, Suite 7200, San Francisco, CA 94105.
SDSU Global Campus manages the following SDSU Research Foundation programs: Professional Development and the American Language Institute.