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  • Welcome Message to Fall 2019 Semester at SDSU Students June 28, 2019

     

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    First Things First:

    We here at the ALI just want to take a moment to thank all of you for joining us at SDSU for this Fall 2019 semester.  We hope you’re enjoying your courses and wish you the best in the weeks to come.  Study hard, but find time to enjoy yourselves!

    BAFöGs and Learning Agreements:

    For those students who need to submit their BAFöGs or Learning Agreement forms, you can begin turning them in on September 10th  at the ALI front desk. Please allow 1 week for processing.

    Reminder! Last Day To Drop Courses:

    Your last day to drop courses is September 9th at 7:59 PM.   This is also when we’ll be doing our final check for full time enrollment.  Please make sure that you meet the minimum number of units required for either Undergraduate (12 Units), or Graduate (9 Units).   Any additional units will be invoiced after September 9th at $282 per undergraduate unit or $342 per graduate unit.  More units will of course result in more fees.  If you do not want to pay these fees, make sure to drop any additional courses by September 9th at 7:59 PM.

    ANNOUNCEMENT!!!  Continuing Registration:

    Continuing Registration is now open for all current students who wish to attend Semester at SDSU for the spring 2020 semester. This registration is for the Semester at SDSU programs only, not for individual courses. Semester at SDSU students will receive more information regarding enrolling in courses prior to the start of the fall semester.

    You can apply by going to: https://ali.sdsu.edu/apply-online

    The deadline to apply is Thursday, December 5th.  The deadline for your tuition payment will be Monday, December 13th.

    If you need any help or information regarding this process, you can email Eric Dalton.

    A few Notes:

    At the end of the continuing registration process you will receive an email with a confirmation number and instructions for payment and/or I-20 extension, if needed.

    Students may pick up a new I-20 for the spring semester only after all tuition has been paid. Please be aware that there may be a late fee for students who have not paid their tuition by the deadline. There is a $75 withdrawal fee for students who initially apply to continue and later decide not to attend without duly notifying the American Language Institute prior to the end of the fall semester.

    *Scholarship/government fund recipients should contact the Accounting Department at aliaccounting@sdsu.edu if additional time is needed to submit tuition payments.

    We look forward to welcoming you back in the fall!

    A few Important Events:

    Deadline to Drop Courses
    September 9th at 7:59 PM.

    Deadline to be “in-status”/”fully enrolled”
    September 9th

    Veterans Day
    November 11th, 2019.  SDSU will be closed

    Thanksgiving Holiday Break
    November 27th – 29th, 2019.  SDSU will be closed

    Finals Week!
    December 12-18th – Good luck!

    Other important Resources:

    Click here to view instructions on how to add SDSU courses.

    Click here to learn how to view your special session courses, along with days, times, and locations in your CES Account.

    Click here to view instructions on how to set up and use Webportal and Blackboard.

    Click here to see SDSU’s Interactive Campus Map.

     

     

  • Fall 2019 Semester at SDSU Programs June 27, 2019

    Welcome to the Fall 2019 Semester at SDSU Programs.  We look forward to meeting you!

    Fall 2019 Semester at SDSU programs begin on Wednesday, August 14th.

    Semester at SDSU Business Courses Students – please see below for the Special Session Class Schedule

    Course Course Title Day Time
    FIN 329 International Business Finance M 10:00AM – 12:40PM
    BA 350 Management & Organizational Behavior MWF 9:00AM – 9:50AM
    BA 360 Intro to Operations & Supply Chain Management W 9:00AM – 11:40AM
    BA 370 Marketing M 2:30PM – 5:10PM
    MGT 352 Human Resource Management W 7:00PM – 9:40PM
    MGT 357 Multinational Bus & Comp Mgt W 4:00PM – 6:40PM
    MGT 358 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship W 10:00AM – 12:40PM
    MGT 460 Business Plan Development TTH 12:30PM – 1:45PM
    MGT 475 Leadership in Organizations M 4:00PM – 6:40PM
    MGT 710 Seminar in World Business Environment M 11:00AM – 1:40PM
    MGT 724 Entrepreneurship TH 1:00PM- 3:40PM
    MKTG 761 Product Innovation Management TH 4:00PM – 6:40PM
    MKTG 772 Strategic Brand Management M 7:00 PM – 9:40 PM

     

  • Fall Safety Message from the Chief of Police, SDSU Police Department April 28, 2019

    Student Services West at SDSU

    On behalf of the University Police Department, welcome to the new semester.  Your safety is our top priority.  We encourage you to review the following safety information and reminders.

     

     

    • Call 9-1-1 from your cell phone or any campus phone to report a crime in progress or life-threatening emergency. “Blue Light” emergency phones are located throughout campus and can be used for reporting emergencies.
    • Call 619-594-1991 to report non-emergencies or to contact the police department.
    • Be aware of your surroundings and avoid distractions such as talking on your cell phone. Walk in groups whenever possible and report suspicious activity by calling 9-1-1.
    • Aztec Shield App is a free app for text and video reporting of crimes and other police-related issues.  You may download this app from your app store.
    • Secure your belongings by locking your doors and windows, including properly locking your bike and keeping valuables out of sight.
    • Free bicycle U-locks are available when you register your bike at the SDSU Police Department.
    • Do not leave valuables unattended such as backpacks, laptops or cellphones.
    • Use the Safety Escort Service available from dusk to dawn to and from on-campus locations by calling 619-594-6659.  The SDSU library shuttle also operates from the library to any on-campus location or parking area.
    • SDSU Alert is the primary way the campus communicates during emergencies.  You may register to receive emergency text messages at sdsu.edu/SDSUAlert.
    • Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

    The University Police Department is located at the intersection of 55th Street and Remington Road, across from the Aztec Recreation Center.

    The police department is operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    The Parking Office and Key Issue Office are also housed in the University Police Department and operate during normal business hours.

    Emergency:            9-1-1
    Non-emergency:   619-594-1991
    Parking Office:       619-594-6671
    Escort Service:      619-594-6659

    Please visit our website for additional information at police.sdsu.edu.

     

  • How to Order Your Official SDSU Transcript – Grades April 3, 2019

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    Verify that your grades are posted and accurate before ordering official transcripts. Your grades will be officially posted after Jan. 1, 2019.
    (Grades appearing on Blackboard are NOT official.)

     

     

    1. Login to SDSU WebPortal (if you need help, see “Can’t log in?”)
    2. Select “Unofficial Transcript” (NOT “My Grades”)
    3. When you have verified that your Unofficial Transcript is accurate, select “Official Transcript” in WebPortal
    4. Select your desired format: “Certified Electronic PDF” or “Hard Copy Paper”
    5. Select “Continue”
    6. Complete all fields and follow all instructions.

    Important Information

    • The fee for each official transcript is $10.
    • Ordering an official transcript before your grades are posted on WebPortal will result in a blank transcript.
    • Transcripts will be sent to the address or email address that you indicate. It is your responsibility to enter a complete and accurate address.
    • For electronic transcripts, check with your university to ensure they accept PDF documents.
    • All transcripts will say “Undergraduate Transcript.” Graduate classes are designated by a course level 600 and above. If needed, we can provide a letter stating you were enrolled as a graduate student.
    • You will receive a confirmation from the registrar’s office once your order has been sent.
    • Paper transcripts should arrive 6–8 weeks from the send date. If yours do not arrive, please email the Transcript Unit at transcripts@sdsu.edu.

    Please note: You will not have Blackboard access after the semester ends. If you need documents from Blackboard, such as a course syllabus, we strongly advise that you download or print them now. It will be difficult and time-consuming to obtain these documents after the semester ends.

     

     

  • Parking Permit Information for Semester at Students January 8, 2019

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    If you wish to purchase a parking permit for the Fall 2019 semester, the permit cost is $171. You will need the vehicle license number, make, and model to purchase one.

    You may purchase a semester parking permit in person at the Parking Services office, located at the Public Safety building.

    Parking Services
    Public Safety building
    Open: Monday – Friday
    Hours: 9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (closed 12:00-1:00)
    Telephone: 619-594-6671
    Email: parking@sdsu.edu

    You may also purchase a parking permit online, but you must have a credit card and a valid San Diego mailing address since the permit will be mailed to you. Students who do not yet have a local San Diego mailing address should speak with the ALI Front Desk for additional mailing instructions.

    Visit this website to purchase a permit: https://aztecs.t2hosted.com/cmn/newuser.aspx

    Please visit the ALI Front Desk if you need further assistance or have questions regarding purchasing a parking permit.

     

Welcome to SDSU and to the Fall 2019 Semester!  Let’s have a great Fall 2019!

Click here for instructions on how to add SDSU classes.

Click here for instructions on how to set up and use Webportal and Blackboard.