SDSU’s Prospective Student Center (PSC) is the heart of admissions. It is the first stop and first impression for future Aztecs. The PSC is the hub for prospective student resources, campus tours, and answers to your endless questions.
Who are the people in the PSC?
Ten SDSU student assistants work alongside staff to bridge the gap between current and future students, using their own experiences to create a personal one-on-one connection with future Aztecs.
The student assistants have firsthand knowledge about being admitted, joining organizations, and living on campus. One student assistant, Kimberly Diaz, says she can see the impact they make on students, “We help in their decision process, and we can see the students get excited.”
The PSC is all about helping students discover how they can make SDSU their own and creating an individual experience for students. “Websites are great, but coming here gives you a feel for your future education journey,” Natha says.
What’s in store for you at the PSC?
Students are welcome to visit at any time but the best way to get your SDSU journey started is by scheduling a campus tour, which offers much more than just a walk around campus. You have the option of attending an admissions presentation which is a kind of “SDSU 101.” You’ll receive materials and information about all aspects of the SDSU campus. You’ll then be led by one of SDSU’s student Ambassadors who will show you around campus and be able to answer all of your student life questions.
To see what a typical day is like in the Prospective Student Center watch this:
An on-campus visit is about much more than receiving information. You have an opportunity to connect with admissions counselors, current students, and other prospective students. The PSC’s goal is to not only answer your questions but also to make sure you are asking the right questions.
Come see what’s in store and make SDSU your own.
~ Desiree Roughton, Communications Student Assistant, Enrollment Services