San Diego State University's primary commitment is to the safety, health and wellbeing of all campus community members, including students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Given the uncertainty of COVID-19, we have canceled all on-campus tours for prospective and admitted students until further notice. Please review the list of virtual visits below and join us!
If you are unable to join us live or do not see a session for you, please review the recorded sessions below. If you would like to speak with an admissions counselor, please join us virtually during our office hours:
- Office of Admissions: Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.–2 p.m. PST. Join us virtually.
- International Admissions: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. PST. Join us virtually.
We are happy to meet with you and answer your questions.
Virtual Admitted Undergraduate Presentation
Monday–Friday, 10–10:45 a.m.
February 15–April 30, 2021
*Not offered March 31 in observance of the César Chavez holiday.
As a new SDSU student for fall 2021, join us for a 45 minute discussion with our current SDSU students about what life is like as an SDSU Aztec. This session will also include topics such as how to get involved in SDSU's many clubs and organizations and your final transcript deadlines. Sign up today! Because of the information covered in the presentation, this webinar is designed for high school students and transfer students admitted for fall 2021.
Virtual Admitted Transfer Next Steps Presentation
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, various times
March 23–April 22, 2021
Are you a newly admitted transfer student? If so, join us for this next steps presentation covering student life and important deadlines. The program will consist of a live 30 minute presentation given by our transfer admission counselor followed by a question and answer session. This webinar is designed for transfer students admitted for fall 2021.
Virtual Prospective Undergraduate Tour with
Mondays and Wednesdays, 4–4:45 p.m.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 3–3:45 p.m.
January 4–May 1, 2021*
*Not offered the week of January 18–22 or March 31 in observance of the César Chavez holiday.
This 45 minute program includes a panel with the SDSU ambassadors, a brief residence hall tour, and an interactive, live admissions presentation with a question and answer session. Because of the information covered in the presentation, this tour is designed for high school and transfer students interested in applying to SDSU for fall 2022.
Virtual Group Tour
Want to discover San Diego State University as a group?
Please email [email protected] to submit your group tour request. Keep in mind that your virtual group visit is confirmed once you receive an email approving your request.
We look forward to seeing you virtually!
Continue to accessible virtual tour.
While nothing compares to visiting SDSU in person, take the virtual tour to get a first-hand glimpse of what life as an Aztec is all about. An accessible virtual tour is also available.
Current Student Panel (Recorded by CollegeVine)
Join our current students as they answer questions from prospective students. See what they had to say when they were asked about the community and culture at SDSU, why they chose SDSU, how they like San Diego and what they like to do, how they describe the campus since students can’t visit in person, and more!
Out-of-State Virtual SDSU Admitted Student Reception (Recorded)
Join us to hear from campus leaders and current Aztecs to learn more about the unique opportunities and support services available at SDSU.
Out-of-State Aztec Alumni Panel (Recorded)
Join us to hear from current Aztec alumni about why they chose SDSU, how it prepared them for life after college, and why they are Aztecs for life!
Out-of-State Student Panel (Recorded)
Join current students to hear why they chose SDSU, ways to get involved on campus, the classroom experience, and why it's a great time to be an SDSU Aztec.
Campus Tour Brochure
Review the campus tour brochure to learn more about each campus tour location (as if you were taking the tour in person), review fast facts and why this is a great time to be a part of the SDSU family.