SJSU Students dancing and goofing around in front of the Tower Bell.
Photo: Soovin Choi, ’22 BFA Digital Media Art & Alyssa Karlin, ’23 BFA Photography

Welcoming a New Academic Year

Join us for our Weeks of Welcome, starting this Friday, August 19. We’ll be hosting more than 130 events to kick off the beginning of fall semester through Friday, September 30. All currently enrolled students are welcome.

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Most Transformative University

Ranked by Money magazine based on graduation rates, earnings and student loan repayment.


Best Undergraduate Engineering Program

Ranked by U.S. News and World Report among Public Universities that offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees.


Top Colleges for Diversity in the Nation

Ranked by Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education (WSJ/THE) among colleges and universities in the nation for diversity in school environments.

SJSU Presidential Search

The CSU Board of Trustees has launched a nationwide search for the next president of SJSU. Learn more about how members of the campus and surrounding communities can participate.



Why Choose SJSU?

SJSU students in masks jumping mid-air in front of the WSQ building.

Shaping the Future of Student Success

San José State provides a world-class education—whether courses are online or in person. The university is expanding the ways we provide high-quality education and unique research and hands-on experiences to students.

SJSU Online

SJSU Online student working on a laptop.

San José State University Launches SJSU Online

Offering five different programs taught by SJSU faculty, students with busy lifestyles who have previous college credits can complete their bachelor's degree on a fast and flexible timeline, 100% online.


A blue and purple circuit board on fire with a magnifying glass analyzing the fire.

Machine Learning: The Next Firefighting Tool

Imagine knowing exactly what a wildfire will do, where it will be, hour by hour. With cutting-edge technology, we can.


Edgar McGregor, ’23 Climate Science, walking across a creek.

Cleaning Up California

Edgar McGregor, ’23 Climate Science, turned a hiking habit into a climate-saving mission during the pandemic. Since then, his daily efforts have made national headlines, and he’s inspired people around the globe to take action.

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Last Updated Aug 18, 2022