Remaining External Naming Opportunities:

Complex Naming

North Wing and South Wing

Open Air Classroom

North Promenade (between EIS Complex and Engineering Building)

South Promenade (between EIS Complex and Physics Building)

The West Lawn

Southwest Courtyard

East Quad Pillars (5)

North and South Quad Pillars (12)


Remaining Internal Naming Opportunities:

Ground Level:
Student Innovation Center housing the Creative Design Studio, Fabrication Studio and Student Organization Workshop, the EIS Complex Café, the Nano Technology Area – Lab and Clean Room, and the Student-Faculty Collaboration Room

Floor 2:
Three Research Labs/Researcher Offices: Advanced Energy Systems, BioMedical, and Bio-Safety; Large Terrace and Small Terrace.

Floor 3:
Two Research Labs/Researcher Offices: Wireless Technology and BioEngineering-Wearable Devices, Large Conference Room and Small Terrace.

Level 00:
MRI/Imaging Center, Research Labs: Material Sciences, Wind Energy, Teaching Labs: Thermal and Material, Environmental, Fluid Mechanics, Soils, Hydraulics, Two Student Study Areas.


To learn more about how you can be a part of SDSU's future at the Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex, contact the following:

Kim DuFour
Senior Director of Development, College of Engineering and Regional Development

Stacy Carota
Director of Development, College of Sciences