Enhance Your University Experience

Your SDSU Georgia university experience will begin with taking SDSU courses in classrooms located at one or more of our three partner institutions. Living near campus or being able to get to campus easily via public or private transportation will not only enable you to have easy access to your classes, but will also provide you with the opportunity to join campus activities, clubs, entertainment, and social events.

Across the partner universities, you will find a wide range of student life activities that can enhance your overall university experience in many different ways. If you are looking for cultural activities, you might be interested in folk dancing, theater, choir, instrumental ensembles, or other local options. You might also be interested in building leadership skills and participating in self-government. If you are more athletically inclined, you can form or join a recreational soccer, basketball, volleyball, or rugby club.

SDSU Georgia actively promotes and supports student involvement in these kinds of extracurricular activities as part of the learning experience. Reach out to colleagues and friends to try the kinds of activities mentioned above or to pursue your hobby or create a new student academic or social club.

SDSU Georgia encourages students to organize and participates in professional projects and activities related to their major. SDSU Georgia students are the main initiators of the Google Hashcode coding competition which has been organized in Tbilisi three years in a row.

Study Abroad at SDSU in San Diego, California for a Semester or Year

SDSU Georgia students may study at SDSU in San Diego for the fall and/or spring semesters starting their sophomore year. Students choosing this option will have many opportunities to experience academic, social, and cultural student life in the United States, such as:

  • Engaging in research projects with other SDSU students and/or SDSU faculty.
  • Joining and participating in academic and social student clubs and organizations.
  • Participating in the Student Research Symposium.
  • Learning with and from SDSU’s diverse student population including international students from more than 50 countries around the world.
  • Attending cross-cultural activities on or near the SDSU campus.
  • Attending sporting events and musical/theater performances.
  • Joining the SDSU state-of-the-art Aztec Recreation Center that includes two large outdoor solar-heated swimming pools and tennis courts.
  • Living on campus, or in one of many approved off-campus apartments and housing facilities, or with an approved homestay family in their private home.