Aztec Student Union

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Coordinates: 32°46′25.53″N 117°04′12.02″W / 32.7737583°N 117.0700056°W / 32.7737583; -117.0700056

San Diego State University
Aztec Student Union
Aztec Student Union.png
Former names Aztec Center (1960-2011)
General information
Type Student union
Location San Diego, California
Completed 1968
Renovated 2013
Design and construction
Architecture firm Cannon Design
Other information
Parking yes
Website
http://aztecstudentunion.com/

The Aztec Student Union is a student union in the center of San Diego State University's campus, just east of Malcolm A. Love Library. The Aztec Student Union was known as the Aztec Center from 1968-2011, when it was demolished for the Aztec Student Union.[1] The Aztec Student Union leads into the heart of the SDSU campus and is located near many classrooms and administrative services.

Aztec Center[edit]

Aztec Center

The Aztec Center offered a variety of services, places, and spaces geared to the needs of students including restaurants, movie theater, meeting rooms, and various student organizations.[2] It was also home to the Associated Students' Government & Business Office, Council Chambers, the Government Affairs Office and Meeting Services. Many student organizations also housed their offices in the Aztec Center.[2]

History[edit]

The Aztec Center, planned in the late 1950s and built in the early 1960s, was the first permanent student union in the California State University system.[3]

See Associated Students of SDSU plans for the expansion and modernization at The Aztec Student Union

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