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The resources on this page are related to the instructional role of faculty. In addition
to these specific resources, descriptions of office and programs are in the boxes
below with links and contact information for each. Many of these resources are also
found in other sections; they are repeated for convenience.
Main Bookstore: (619) 594-7525; Course Materials: (619) 594-7540
SDSU Bookstore is next to East Commons in the middle of campus [Campus Map or use the Campus Wayfinder]
Faculty resources: https://www.shopaztecs.com/c-191-faculty-info.aspx
The Course Materials department works in partnership with faculty and staff to provide
course materials including textbooks, customized readers, clickers, calculators, supplies,
and anything needed in the classroom. For course readers, syllabi, and other custom
course materials, contact Montezuma Publishing at (619) 594-7552 or at http://www.montezumapublishing.com.
http://go.sdsu.edu/student_affairs/srr/Default.aspx Staff emails: http://go.sdsu.edu/student_affairs/srr/contact-info.aspx
(619) 594-3069; Student Services West-1604 [Campus Map or use the Campus Wayfinder]
The Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities is responsible for acting on behalf
of the University president regarding all aspects of student discipline. The office
receives reports of alleged student misconduct relative to Title 5, California Code
of Regulations, and investigates complaints in order to determine whether University
disciplinary action is to be pursued. University disciplinary action may run concurrently
with civil or criminal action and/or the residence hall eviction process which is
initiated by the court system. One type of judicial action does not necessarily affect
the other. Campus related violations include both academic and non-academic misconduct,
misconduct in the off-campus surrounding community, off-campus community-sponsored
events, and online sites.
Complaints against students by SDSU faculty, staff, other students, and members of the campus
community should be directed to the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities
as soon as possible after the incident giving rise to the complaint. Situations requiring
immediate attention, e.g., class disruption which is likely to continue, should be
reported by phone and followed up in writing as soon as possible. Situations requiring
police assistance, e.g., serious disruptions, crimes, or where there is violence or
the threat of violence, should be brought to the attention of the Department of Public
Safety — 911 immediately. For other police assistance, call (619) 594-1991.
[Formerly Division of Undergraduate Studies] http://dus.sdsu.edu/dus/
The Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement is home to several multi-
and inter-disciplinary programs that serve students and faculty across the campus.
its.sdsu.edu Contact: http://its.sdsu.edu/support/
Faculty Support: 619-594-6348 (GOFIT)
Classroom Support: 619-594-4357 (4HELP)
Adams Humanities, 1st Floor [Campus Map or use the Campus Wayfinder]
Instructional Technology Services (ITS) fosters collaboration and innovation with
faculty and university stakeholders in the design, development, and effective use
of learning environments and educational media. Services for faculty include:
http://library.sdsu.edu/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
619-594-6728 [Campus Map or use the Campus Wayfinder]
The Library and Information Access supports the information, curricular and research
needs of the university’s diverse community through the widest possible range of resources.
Support for teaching include instruction sessions for your class, course reserves, course guides, embedding
material into Blackboard and tutorials on plagiarism and information literacy.
http://arweb.sdsu.edu/es/registrar/ Email: email@example.com
(619) 594-6871; Student Services West, Room 1641 [Campus Map or use the Campus Wayfinder]
Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
The mission of the Office of the Registrar is to support enrollment management and
the academic programs of the university. The Registrar manages student records, transcripts,
and other documents; provides registration services; and houses all registration activities.
Information for faculty includes grades, WebPortal and student data.
http://go.sdsu.edu/student_affairs/sds/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(619) 594-6473; Calpulli Center, Suite 3101 (third floor) [Campus Map or use the Campus Wayfinder]
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm
Student Disability Services (SDS) is the university office responsible for providing
appropriate academic accommodations for students with disabilities. Services and accommodations
are available to students with documented disabilities, including but not limited
to students who have visual limitations, communication limitations, learning disabilities,
psychiatric disabilities, attentional disabilities, mobility and other functional
limitations, as well as those who are deaf or hard of hearing. At SDSU, students initiate
contact with Student Disability Services by providing appropriate documentation in
order to determine eligibility. Services and accommodations may include note taking,
accommodated testing, sign language interpreters, real-time captioning and textbooks
in accessible formats. Qualified students may also have access to an assistive technology
lab, and to a grant-funded project that provides enhanced academic and personal growth
Faculty resources include discussion of faculty role and pedagogical strategies, sample syllabus statement
and links to resources on universal design.
http://writingcenter.sdsu.edu Email: email@example.com
(619) 594-3543; Love Library (LLA) 1103 [Campus Map or use the Campus Wayfinder]
The Writing Center is located under the Love Library Dome, next to the Circulation
The Center works with undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines to
develop and extend their knowledge and performance of academic literacies through
coaching from tutors who engage them in conversations about their writing and broaden
their understanding of audience, genre, language, and context. The Center also works
with faculty to promote success in writing instruction and to support the teaching
of writing across the university. The Center conducts research into writing, which
informs our work with tutoring as well as our understanding of the teaching of writing
Services for faculty: