Explore SDSU A.S. Village
Go on an adventure outdoors, from yoga to sea kayaking, in some of the most beautiful and rustic destinations in the region.
Open 7 days per week, SDSU’s swim and tennis club features an Olympic pool, a large recreation pool, 20-person spa and 12 tennis courts. Join other students as they enjoy diving, lap swimming, water fitness, water basketball and lounging.
Operating 24 hours, Monday through Friday, with weekend hours, this 76,000-square-foot facility has weight rooms, a cardio room, climbing wall, four basketball courts, intramural sports and up to 70 group fitness classes per week. Memberships are included in residence hall contracts or sign up for only $19/month.
This board,formally known as Cultural Arts & Special Events, helps enrich student life, unites the campus community and creates a unique college experience. Enjoy events such as Aztec Nights, Homecoming, GreenFest, concerts, Open Mic Nights, Cooking with SDSU Chefs, DJ Series, movie screenings and more.
Start your Aztec experience by getting involved with Associated Students, the student government at SDSU. Begin the road to becoming student body president by simply signing up for an A.S. board or committee.
This instructional watersports facility is owned and operated by Associated Students of SDSU. It offers wakeboarding, waterskiing, surfing, stand-up paddling, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and rowing equipment rental and instruction at a discount to SDSU students. Become one of the 1,000-plus students who participate in watersports classes for SDSU credit.
Join one of the highly competitive, student-directed teams that represent SDSU in regional and national competitions in 18 different sports.