San Diego State University has established emergency preparedness, response and recovery guidelines for students, faculty, staff and campus auxiliary organizations to help minimize and manage the impact of campus emergencies. The resources listed below will aid as reminders and references of the importance of preparedness.
The resources listed below will aid as reminders and quick-references for posting in classrooms, offices, conference rooms and departments.
SDSU Police Emergency (police/fire/medical) 9-1-1
SDSU Police Non-Emergency 619-594-1991
Environmental Health & Safety (chemical spills/toxic fumes) x46778
Facilities Services (custodial/utility) x44754
Calexico Police (for SDSU Imperial Valley, Calexico) 9-1-1
Brawley Sheriff (for SDSU Imperial Valley, Brawley) 9-1-1
Emergency Operations Info Line: 1-866-794-8832
SDSU, in partnership with San Diego Project Heart Beat, maintains 50 Automated External Defibrillators on campus. 10 of those are located in police cars, and the remaining 40 are located in various buildings around campus.
Twice each semester, SDSU hosts a free CPR/AED training class put on by Project Heart Beat (check calendar for upcoming dates).