Harambee Weekend, in conjunction with Explore SDSU, showcases SDSU's cultural engagement.
Harambee Weekend exhibits SDSU's African American community.
San Diego State University’s Harambee Weekend is a personalized event for admitted students that provides insight into the SDSU African American community.
It will give students a glimpse into the culturally responsive and social support system available to SDSU students.
Register for Harambee Weekend.Event details
The event begins at 3 p.m. Friday, March 16, and includes an optional overnight stay in the SDSU residence halls.
The weekend concludes with Explore SDSU Open House
on Saturday, March 17.
Harambee Weekend includes:
- Meet and greet with committed SDSU Faculty and Staff
- Enriching discussions with African American student leaders and organizations
- Dinner and student entertainment
- Culturally responsive question and answer session with university administrators and faculty
- Overnight stay in the residence halls with SDSU Harambee Student Liaisons
- Breakfast with SDSU students and staff
For more information, contact the Office of Intercultural Relations.