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SDSU Transfer Information

SDSU Transfer Information

San Diego State University: SDSU is the largest university in San Diego and the third largest in California. The SDSU campus community is home to nearly 33,000 students and approximately 6,400 faculty and staff. For more information please contact Vincent Palou at

San Diego State is characterized by rapid change, increasing levels of student achievement and exceptional faculty and staff. They are an intellectual community committed to the ideals of diversity and dedicated to human growth and development. All of these attributes make San Diego State a vital university serving the community with "minds that move the world. Transfer students are also able to participate in a variety of helpful programs and activities such as the Transfer Club and the Transfer Honors program. Information is available through the Transfer Alliance Program.


  • If you are interested in meeting with the SDSU representative please email Vincent Palou at
  • If you have been denied admission, please reach out to an admission representatives at  Virtual Front Desk available Monday-Friday from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm. The admission representatives can work with you in finding out the reason for the denial. Denied students have the option to appeal. Keep in mind, the appeals process should only be utilized by applicants who have a serious and compelling reason that they feel the committee should consider. All appeals information can be found at
  • For questions about the SDSU@SanDiegoMesa Microsite program or online degree programs at SDSU please contact  SDSU Global Campus at
For students who are not able to attend these information sessions, SDSU admission representatives are available in the following ways: 

Prospective Student Center In-person Services

  • Monday through Thursday: 9 -11 AM and 2 -4 PM
  • Friday 9 am -11 am
Prospective Student Center General Phone Line: (619) 594-6336
  • Monday through Thursday: 9 -11 AM and 2 -4 PM
  • Friday 9 am -11 am

SDSU Virtual Front Desk

  • Monday through Thursday: 11 AM to 2 PM
  • Friday 11 am- 4 pm


Are you an undocumented, DACAmented, AB 540, mixed-status student, or an ally transferring to SDSU? EOP, Outreach and Success (EOPOS), the Undocumented Resource Center (URC), and the Office of Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Affairs at San Diego State University (SDSU) invite you to learn about the California Nonresident Tuition Exemption, also known as the AB 540 form, hear from an SDSU Financial Aid Counselor on tips and tricks for the California Dream Act Application, and experience a class taught by one of our own SDSU faculty members! 

Food will be provided to those who RSVP by 2/8/23. If you would like to participate in this in-person event, please fill out the questions below. If you can't attend in person, but would like a copy of the recording to watch at your own convenience, please fill out this form.


San Diego Mesa students can now get a San Diego State University degree in Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Bachelor of Art in Communication online without having to set foot on an SDSU campus through a partnership with San Diego Mesa College and SDSU. If you are interested to learn more about the Microsite program please signed up for a Microsite presentation. If you have additional questions about Microsites and would like to connect with an Advisor directly, please use this meeting ID: 85621591164 during office hours Mondays and Fridays from 11:00AM - 1:00PM and 4:00 - 6:00PM to connect with Shareka White. Flyer link here. 

If you'd like to speak to an Admissions Advisor at SDSU, please email

You can also schedule an appointment using one of the following links:


Business Administration
Precious Jordan-Talley
(619) 594-1227
Nicole Williams
(619) 594-3946

Child Development
Mark Grzeskowiak
(619) 594-0845

San Diego State University TAG

San Diego State University TAG program is available to SDSU local service students, with specific majors, and with certain course, unit, and GPA requirements.  Please review the SDSU Transfer Pathways website for complete details. For more information on overall SDSU admission requirements, please visit the SDSU Admissions website.  for more information please contact Susan Alvarado

A signed agreement is not required for the SDSU TAG.

Sign up for an SDSU Transfer Workshop in the Transfer Center to learn more about this program and other transfer pathways to SDSU.

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