- SDSU faculty and staff received $134.3 million to support their research programs.
- The National Institutes of Health awarded $19.7 million to SDSU researchers.
- The National Science Foundation awarded $9.4 million to SDSU researchers.
- SDSU is classified as an R2 Doctoral University with Higher Research Activity by The
- Approximately 500 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students across 50 disciplines
participated in SDSU’s Student Research Symposium – an annual forum in which they
showcase their faculty-mentored research.
- Money magazine ranked SDSU one of the nation’s top universities for educational quality,
affordability and graduate earnings.
- SDSU was included on Princeton Review’s List of “The Best 382 Colleges.”
- SDSU is ranked #68 among public universities and #140 among national universities
in the U.S. News and World Report America’s Best Colleges list. • Graduate programs
ranked in the top 50 nationally include: aerospace engineering (#37); audiology (#30);
clinical psychology (#25); health care management (#47); nursing midwifery (#28);
public health (#39); rehabilitation counseling (#10); speech language pathology (#24);
and the online graduate education program (#22).
- U.S. News and World Report ranked SDSU among the top 10 full-time MBA programs with
the highest proportion of women.
- The Campus Pride Index ranked SDSU highly for the eighth consecutive year; in 2017,
SDSU was on its top 25 list of LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities.
2016-2017 Research Brochure