Academic Success Workshops
Join us for FREE pizza and learn about various academic resources, including:
- Study Abroad Opportunities
- Degree Evaluation
- Financial Aid
For scheduled Pizza Power Hour Workshops, check out the Compact Scholars Google calendar.
Study Abroad Scholarship Writing Workshop
Thursday, September 27, 2018, 12:30 - 1:45pm
Health & Well-being
The Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement (DAESA) features programs that prepare students even prior to applying for college admission, academic programs that serve students directly, campus-wide student success programs that feature collaboration with student affiars and the academic colleges, and faculty-oriented programs to improve teaching and learning and to assist the SDSU community to create more effective and efficient curricula. DAESA is comprised of the following:
- Academic Student Success Programs
- California Promise
- Center for Regional Sustainability
- Center for Teaching and Learning
- Common Experience
- Compact Scholars Program
- Early Assessment Program
- First-Generation Student Success
- General Studies
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- International Engagement
- Mortar Board
- National Scholarships & Fellowships
- SDSU BeHIP!
- Service Learning & Community Engagement
- Supplemental Instruction
- Transfer Student Outreach Alliance
- Undeclared Students
- Weber Honors College
EOP & Ethnic Affairs
Give Back to the South Bay Community:
If you desire to work with middle school and/or high school students in the Sweetwater Union High School District, we encourage you to seek out employment as a Compact for Success Advisor.
Employment with SDSU’s Casa Azteca Program is yet another way to give back to students from the South Bay area. Positions for this program open up during the summer term prior to each academic year.
Located in the Career Resources Room (SSW 1208), the Student Employment office is a free resource available to currently enrolled SDSU students, as well as students that graduated within the past three months. This office maintains listings for internships and part-time jobs – including campus, volunteer, service-learning, and seasonal positions – related to a variety of majors and career paths.
Aztec Career Connection is a comprehensive online resource available 24/7. It provides career-related assistance from polishing your résumé, to scheduling on-campus interviews, to reserving a seat at an upcoming workshop, and much more! To get started, create your profile on Aztec Career Connection.