Tony Chung


With more than 25 years of progressively responsible and diverse senior-level experience in business, higher education, and technology, Tony Chung is the Associate Vice President for Enterprise Information Systems at San Diego State University. Mr. Chung oversees the strategic planning and operations of Enterprise Information Systems including Human Capital Management System, Financial Management System, and Student Information System.

Mr. Chung currently serves as a member of the Senate Committee on University Resources & Planning (UR&P), Campus Fee Advisory Committee (CFAC), and the Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) Executive Committee. He was also recently the co-chair of the CSU Graduation Initiative 2025 Financial Support Workgroup.

Prior to his appointment as Associate Vice President for Enterprise Information Systems, Mr. Chung served as Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Assistant Vice President for Technology Services for Student Affairs, and as Director of Technology Services for Student Affairs. For four years, he also oversaw the technology operations for Enrollment Management in the division of Academic Affairs, which included responsibilities over enterprise-level systems such as the Student Information System and Student Portal. Prior to his affiliation with San Diego State University, Mr. Chung worked in the division of Student Affairs at the University of California, Riverside.

Mr. Chung's professional affiliations include EDUCAUSE, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), and American College Personnel Association (ACPA).

Prior to his career in higher education, Mr. Chung was an entrepreneur and a professional in the field of business and technology, having worked as Chief Technology Officer, Vice President for Design and Development, and Director for Information Technology for companies in the private sector. In his career, he has worked with clients ranging from Major League Baseball to Carnegie Hall, and holds several technology patents.