SDSU safety resources cheat sheet

by Camille Lozano

SDSU Police Department

Emergency: 911

Non-emergency: 619-594-1991

San Diego State Police Department works to cultivate a safe campus where students can attain academic success.

 Student Health Services

Calpulli Center


Advanced Appointments 619-594-4736 (or 4737)

Same-Day Appointments 619-594-5058

Clinic Hours:

Mon-Fri: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 pm

Thurs: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 pm

Physicians, nurse practitioners and other health care professionals provide health services. The health fee covering most basic services is included with registration fees for regular SDSU matriculated students. Specialty care also offers services such as dentistry, optometry and an orthopedic clinic for an additional cost.

Counseling & Psychological Services

Calpulli Center Room 4401

619-594-5220 (mainly to confirm scheduling)


Mon-Fri: 8 a.m. to 4:30 pm

Counseling & Psychological Services helps SDSU students get the most out of their college experience by providing resources to support their overall health and well-being. Services include short-term individual, couples and group counseling and crisis help, along with other consolation services for SDSU students, staff, faculty and parents.

Safety Escort Service

Available 7 days a week



After 11 p.m. when classes not in session calls will be redirected to SDSUPD’s communication center.

The escort service provided by SDSUPD’s community service officers and police officers serves campus at night. On-foot escorts accompany faculty, staff and students to all parking areas, structures and on-campus destinations.

The Red and Black Shuttle:

Mon-Thurs 5-10 p.m.

The free service features two vans operating in a one-way loop around campus and to several parking lots every 15-20 minutes. There are eight designated stops located by a majority of the major parking structures and lots. Stops are marked by a Red & Black Shuttle sign and can be located on the campus map.

Mobility Support

Contact Student Disability Services

Calpulli Center.

(619) 594-6473

On-campus carts are available for SDSU students with a permanent or temporary mobility issue, including broken limbs. Students must have a legitimate documentation for disability. Arrangements should be arranged through SDS as soon as possible.