SDSU has a beautiful campus and the most beautiful girls in the world. You will be attending class with playmates. Most of the time SDSU students have to defend their school to rich pricks at USD and anit-social nerds at UCSD. At SDSU you can have a good time and get a good education.
SDSU is very diverse, especially compared UCSD where you have to be Asian in order to get in. SDSU is known for having a great business school, nursing program, and education program. SDSU students are the most academically prepared in the history of the school with SDSU receiveing over 57,000 applications annually.
SDSU has some of the top ranking academic programs in the nation.
-SDSU ranked No. 30 in the nation for graduates with the least average debt in August 2006 by U.S. News & World Report.
-SDSU's undergraduate international business program was ranked No. 10 in the nation in August 2006 by U.S. News & World Report.
-SDSU's rehabilitation counseling program was ranked No. 12 in the nation in April 2003 by U.S. News & World Report. -SDSU was ranked among the top 25 regional universities for entrepreneurs in the U.S. in Entrepreneur Magazine's Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Entrepreneurs list for 2005. -SDSU was ranked nationally No. 22 in speech & language pathology among best graduate programs in April 2004 by U.S. News & World Report.
-SDSU was ranked No. 22 in entrepreneurship among best graduate programs in April 2006 by U.S. News & World Report. -SDSU's School of Teacher Education was awarded the Christa McAuliffe Award for leadership and innovation by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) in September 2003.
-The SDSU College of Business' Entrepreneurial Management Center is a Nasdaq Center of Excellence, which places it among the top eight such programs in the nation.
-SDSU's audiology program ranked No. 36 in the nation on the U.S. News & World Report's 2004 rankings of best graduate schools for audiology.
-SDSU's College of Education ranked No. 57 in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report's 2006 rankings of best graduate schools.
AND people who go to SDSU stil know how to have fun.
SDSU professors actually care about their students and about teaching. The campus is very beautiful (just like the SDSU ladies) and the student body is quite diverse. Like anything, your college experience is what you make it. SDSU can give you the skills you need to be successful after graduation.
SDSU is growing in academic prestige and has dozens of national rankings and awards. SDSU has received over $1 billion (yes with a B) in external funding from 2000-2007. For two years in a row SDSU is ranked as the No. 1 most productive small research university in the nation, based on the Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index.
Top 5 SDSU alumni:
1. Jim Sinegal, Costco co-founder and CEO, Time Magazine's 2006 list of The 100 most influential people.
2. Carl Weathers, former NFL player, actor, Apollo Creed in Rocky I, II, III, and IV.
3. Joe Gibbs, Hall of Fame NFL coach.
4. Tony Gwynn, Major League Baseball Hall of Fame.
5. Linda Lang, CEO of Jack in the Box.
Girl: The proof is in the pudding.
Although a very low percentage of graduates turn out to be successful, it is also known as a great school for those who wish to persue a career in bagging groceries.
Your daughter is going to SDSU? Better buy her some kneepads, I hear the price of coke is skyrocketing!