More than 50 major buildings (23 academic buildings, seven residence halls) on 19 city blocks in downtown San Jose. Main entrance is at Fourth and San Carlos Streets.
Located 1.5 miles from the main campus, the 62-acre facility includes the Spartan Stadium and athletic fields.
General and commercial aviation management and operations instructional facilities are now located at Reid-Hillview Airport.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library is the first library in the nation to be funded, managed and operated by a city and a major university.
- Art Metal Foundry
- Chicano Resource Center
- Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies
- Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies
- Accessible Education Center
- Instructional facilities at San Jose International Airport
- Moss Landing Marine Labs
- Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery
- Nuclear Science Facility
- International House
Campus improvement projects
Housing Complex: Campus Village
Consisting of three buildings, with the tallest a 15-story high-rise, the residential complex can house up to 3,000 students. Opened fall 2005.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
$177.5 million collaborative project between the city of San Jose and SJSU. An eight-story library at the corner of Fourth and San Fernando Streets. State, city and private funds. Opened August 2003.
Business Classroom Project
$16 million renovation of the building, including telecommunications. State and private funds. Completed spring 2000.
Child Care Center
Located at Eighth and William Streets. Funded by Associated Students. Opened summer 2000.
Multi-level facility adjacent to the Seventh Street Garage houses the University Police Department. State and private funding. Opened fall 2000.
$1.5 million installation of eight gateways around the perimeter of the campus. Privately
funded. Dedicated fall 1999.