This is the most recent organizational chart from the President's Office. This chart shows you what the major academic and non-academic units are on campus and who they report to. It also shows the leadership for the SDSU affiliated units, such as the research foundation, and who they report to.
This list is a more comprehensive list of the leadership roles within each of the academic and non-academic units at SDSU. The names on this list may be out of date, but this can help you determine which unit is in charge of the SDSU program you are researching. From here you can look up information on that unit's web pages.
The office of Analytic Studies and Institutional Research (ASIR) collects, aggregates, analyzes and reports data to support University planning. This website gives you interactive tools that will allow you to visualize data about admissions, transfers, graduation rates, major changes, and more.
The Division of Institutional Research and Analyses is responsible for compiling student data from the 23 campuses of the California State University. This office publishes statistical reports and runs the "CSU Student Information Dashboard" where you can visualize data on access, enrollment, and labor market outcomes for the 23 CSU schools.
IPEDS is the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. It is a system of interrelated surveys conducted annually by the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). You can look up data for SDSU or any other College or University, and you can also use the "Compare Institutions" tool in the "Use the Data" portion of the site to compare SDSU to other institutions.
All systemwide policies are included, except coded memorandum published by the Chancellor's Office Human Resources division, and only active policies are included in the California State University Policy Library.