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Campus Living

 Top 10 Reasons to Live on Campus

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Live close.
Sleep more.
Drive less.


 

9

It's All Included

Pay one bill for:

  • Wireless internet
  • Premium TV service
  • Aztec Recreation Center and Aquaplex membership
  • Utilities 

 

8

Meal Plans

SDSU has more than 16 dining locations with over 20,000 menu options to choose from daily.

Best of all, you don't have to clean a messy kitchen.

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7

Lots of Learning Communities

Live in a community tailored to your interests. 

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6

Aztec Nights

Aztec Nights offers provides safe, healthy on-campus parties, movies and attractive social events for all students.

These programs are offered from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights certain weeks throughout the year.

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5

Leadership Opportunities

  • Follow your interests. SDSU offers more than 300 clubs and organizations. If you can't find what you're looking for, start your own.
  • Associated Students is SDSU's student government organization.
  • Each residence hall has a hall council, responsible for programs and events. Get updates in your weekly Hall Street Journal.

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4

Lifelong Friendships

The support network, which often develops in your living environment, enhances your college experience and contributes to your success.


 

3

Academic Success

Compared to students who live off campus, those who live on-campus:

  • Have higher GPAs
  • Take more units
  • Are more likely to graduate
  • Are less likely to be on academic probation

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2

We're Here to Help

Each hall has the following people to help you:

  • A full-time professional Residence Hall Coordinator (RHC)
  • A team of paraprofessional Resident Advisors (RAs) or Community Assistants (CAs)
  • A Faculty-in-Residence (FIR)

These in-hall staff members are a great resource, leading you to all the benefits of living at SDSU – from learning about campus clubs and organizations, to finding campus resources – they are eager to help.

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When you live at college, you live the college life.