San Diego State University has several buildings with or pursuing LEED Certification. LEED is the standard for green building certification - both new and existing. LEED takes a comprehensive look at a building’s sustainability attributes, including energy and water use, location and site, materials, and the impact on the building’s occupants.  Learn more at the U.S. Green Building Council.

aerial view of aztec student union

Aztec Student Union

stylized view of entrance to the SDSU Aquaplex

Aztec Aquaplex

engineering and interdisciplinary sciences complex

Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex

storm hall

Storm and Nasatir Complex

zura hall

Zura Hall

mission bay aquatic center

Mission Bay Aquatic Center

  • LEED EB:O+M Platinum Certification
aztec recreation center

Aztec Recreation Center

viejas arena

Viejas Arena

building facade with blue sky

South Campus Plaza

contemporary building with glass walls and large overhang


Black, white and grey building facade at upward angle

Tenocha Hall

  • LEED Silver Certification
Interior hall with exposed wood beams

Tula Community Center

  • LEED Silver Certification
huaxyacac hall

Huaxyacac Hall

football stadium

Snapdragon Stadium

  • LEED Gold Certification
  • Picture credit: Oak View Group