In celebration of Earth Day we will be hosting a beach cleanup on Sunday, April 19th, 9am-12pm. Bring your friends or family down to Mission Bay Aquatic Center where we will have all the supplies needed for you to help in our effort to keep our beach and bay areas clean and beautiful for all to enjoy. Since we began hosting beach cleanups we have had over 200 volunteers pick up nearly 200 pounds of trash off our local beaches. Read More
On March 4th, the Mission Bay Aquatic Center and Aztec Adventures are celebrating the opening of the new Aztec Student Union on the SDSU campus with a movie night presentation of the films Slow is Fast and 180 Degrees South. The event is one of many Student Union Grand Dedication Week events and is sure to be a fun one with giveaways, raffle prizes, and a great adventure film double feature. Read More
On Sunday, November 17th 90 participants gathered at Mission Bay Aquatic Center for our second beach cleanup in 2013. Over 87 pounds of trash were picked up by volunteers that combed the beaches, alleys, and streets nearby in Mission Beach. Read More
In April, the Mission Bay Aquatic Center became the first in the California State University System and second facility in San Diego County to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance. Read More
Santa Margarita River Fly-over from City of Temecula on Vimeo.
As part of the Associated Students MBAC LEED Existing Building: Operations and Maintenance certification we are removing invasive plant species at SDSU’s Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve north of Fallbrook. This effort will help offset the land area occupied by the Mission Bay Aquatic Center. Read More
SDSU students are leading the way when it comes to making the campus more sustainable and a recently chartered student organization is a prime example. Read More