The Class of 3 Million
With the 2015 commencement, the CSU will add another 100,000 alumni, meaning more than 3 million alumni are shaping California and working to meet the changing demands of our state.
Connect with SJSU
When you graduated from San José State University, you didn’t just graduate with a degree. You also became an exclusive member of one of the largest and most well-known university systems in the country - The California State University. There are many ways to stay involved.
Alumni Association membership connects you to a network of graduates throughout the country who strengthen the value of your degree. As a member, you'll also access career resources, enjoy money-saving benefits, and stay connected to your alma mater.
You have the power to impact the future. When you make a gift to SJSU, you are showing your Spartan pride and investing in the university and its students. Learn more about how you can power SJSU.
Honor an SJSU professor who has inspired you by sending a 100-word statement telling us how the professor has had an impact on you. Include your name, major, year of graduation and telephone number. Send the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know you're doing great things personally and professionally. Tell your fellow Spartans!
Share your news, awards, recognition, career highlights, retirement and family life, and be featured on the Alumni Map.
Points of Pride
SJSU has impressive marks in the latest U.S. News ranking of the West’s top public universities offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
- 8th overall
- Best Computer Engineering program
- Third overall Engineering program
Newly renovated Yoshihiro Uchida Hall is home to state-of-the-art facilities for the kinesiology, athletics, and health science and recreation departments.
Student researcher Paul Clerkin ventured to the southern Indian Ocean with the fishing crew to catalog their shark bycatch. He discovered eight new shark species and was featured on Discovery Channel's Shark Week.
SJSU engineering students defy gravity in NASA’s innovative educational flight program.