In fall 2013, Aztec Student Union will open its doors to the SDSU community as the new “campus living room” - a LEED Platinum-certified building.
Bike racks are located outside the entrance of Associated Students' Aztec Recreation Center.
SDSU announced the completion of the first permanent campus bike lane in May 2011. Click on the image below to read more about the project.
Click here to be linked to the SDSU Campus Bike Lane map which also includes bike rack locations throughout campus.
Completed in fall 2010, this solar project produces approximately 33% of the energy used at the Children's Center and offers shade for vehicles during the day.
Finished in spring 2010, this project produces heat for most of the hot water used for dishwashing and handwashing at the Children's Center with solar energy.
The Green Lunch Bag Series is an educational program held at Scripps Cottage various times throughout the academic year.
LED lighting with hi/low motion sensors provide 80% exterior lighting energy savings. LED lights have been installed outside the Aztec Recreation Center, Viejas Arena, in PS 8, Lot M, and Lot A.
This is the largest solar array on campus and part of the Aztec Student Union LEED Platinum building. This array will offset approximately 25% of the energy use of the Aztec Student Union and 50% during peak time energy demand.
Matthew Lauer is the Co-Director/Undergraduate Advisor for SDSU's Sustainability Major. Click on the photo below to be directed to his contact information.
Trent Biggs is the Co-Director/Undergraduate Advisor for SDSU's Sustainability Major. Click on the photo below to be directed to his contact information.
The Center for Regional Sustainability and Student Sustainability Center is located on the second floor of the Administration Building (AD 206).