Update: The use of facial coverings is strongly encouraged everywhere in the University Library, but facial coverings are required in all library classrooms through October 7.
While most Special Collections and University Archives materials are only available for use in the Special Collections Reading Room, some can be accessed online either in part or in full. Many of these digitization projects are ongoing, so check back often to see if anything new is available!
- Yearbooks: PDFs of San Diego State yearbooks from 1902 to 1984
- Course Catalogs and Graduate Bulletins: includes the General Catalogs, Graduate Bulletins, and Imperial Valley Campus Catalogs
- Daily Aztec: the campus newspaper is available online through Digital Projects
- SDSUnbound: contains syllabi, theses, dissertations, and catalogs
Manuscript and Archival Collections
- Digital Projects: includes collections that have been digitized at the item level
- San Diego State University Oral Histories: includes interviews with SDSU faculty and administrators funded by the Adams Endowment for the Humanities
- Creating Community: African Americans in San Diego: includes interviews with prominent local African Americans generously funded by the President’s Leadership Fund
- Raising Our Voices: a selection of several hundred oral histories and recordings that document the history of San Diego State and San Diego
- Oral History Index
- Raising Our Voices: a selection of several hundred oral histories and recordings which document the history of San Diego State and San Diego
- Heart of San Diego Video Interviews: in-depth interviews with notable African-American San Diegans conducted by host Fred Lewis on his weekly TV show
- Citizens Interracial Committee Civil Rights Era Audio Recordings: recordings of Citizens Interracial Committee community dialogue sessions regarding race relations in San Diego