The Aztec Student Union is a student union under construction in the center of San Diego State University's campus, just east of Malcolm A. Love Library. The Aztec Student Union was known as the Aztec Center from 1968-2011, when it was demolished for the Aztec Student Union. The Aztec Student Union will lead into the heart of the SDSU campus and is located near many classrooms and administrative services.
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