SJSU Adapt Website Launch
The SJSU Adapt plan features a four-phase approach for the continuation of campus operations in fall 2023.
Rethinking How SJSU Serves Students
President Papazian shares how the university is rethinking ways to serve SJSU’s diverse student population and equip students to be leaders and global citizens in a primarily digital environment.
NSF Funds $1.5M for STEM Curricula
Funding will be used to research and develop STEM Career Exploration Labs, where students with blindness and visual impairments can learn about opportunities in STEM.
Human Rights Institute Launched
Formally launched in October 2023, SJSU's Human Rights Institute has already been making an impact—and now is poised to do even more.
$1.2M Gift Commitment to Provide Future Support for Studying Abroad
The Michael C. and Kathryn M. Grischy Study Abroad Fund in the College of Professional and Global Education will establish an endowed fund for scholarships that cover tuition and fees for one semester of study abroad.
Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston’s American Story
The alumna and Farewell to Manzanar author credits the civil rights movement for creating opportunities for people of color to share their experiences and force the nation to confront racial inequality.
SJSU Remembers Civil Rights Icon, Congressman John Lewis (1940-2023)
A gallery of photos by Associate Professor of Journalism and Photojournalism Coordinator D. Michael Cheers captures a 2017 student visit with the congressman.
How to Adapt and Pivot: Essential Life Skills
Session 7: Spartan Experience for Transfers / Transfer Orientation
Session 8: Spartan Experience for Transfers / Transfer Orientation
Classes Without Quizzes - Life Coaching Through Storytelling
Session 8: Sparta Camp / Frosh Orientation
Your Personal Road Map to Being an Effective Changemaker