Campus Community Commission

Campus Community Commission

Programs and Events


Neighborhood Clean Ups
  • Several times per semester students across different campus groups and organizations come together to volunteer time to the College Area community in order to beautify and maintain our neighborhood.
Good Neighbor Program
  • Educating our fellow students regarding practices and behaviors which encourage each student to be good neighbors to the greater community.
  • Education includes distribution of literature regarding local and state laws, ordinances, and policies regarding noise, trash, and responsible community living
  • Education also includes proactive engagement with the community in various community service events and programs such as caroling, annual Boo Parade, and other events.
Aztec Warrior Watch
  • Education about various environmental factors such as alcohol, drugs, and sexual violence and relevant laws, policies and ordinances.
  • Targeted to the students living on campus who will soon enter the community
  • Partner with law enforcement
Community Service Partnerships
  • Campus Community Commission is committed to building relationships in the college area community and welcomes requests for partnerships in the community. Campus Community Commission works with community partners on a wide range of projects including: service projects, community engagement events such as hosting events on the SDSU campus for youth programs, and volunteer opportunities including clean-ups, assisting with set-up for community events and other opportunities as needed.
  • Please contact the Campus Community Commission to request volunteers or collaboration on community events.

Campus Community Events

Community Clean Ups Tentative Dates:*
  • February 2, 2020
  • March 1, 2020
  • April 5, 2020
  • May 3, 2020
* Meet in the Lee and Frank Goldberg Courtyard, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union at 10:00am

Complete and submit your Good Neighbor Clean-Up Waiver electronically before attending the event. The electronic waiver only needs to be submitted once for the 2019 Fall semester and once for the 2020 Spring semester.

**Please note that if you are under the age of 18, we are not able to accept an electronic waiver from you. Contact Brandi Tonne at or (619) 594-4485 for information on how to obtain the waiver and how to submit it in person. Thank you.

Because some events are subject to schedule changes, please contact us for information about these events by emailing