Approximately 3,500 students on campus follow the Twitter account @jackspassedout. It's a site where students post pictures of classmates who have passed out.
"It's huge at SDSU. I mean everyone knows about it and you follow it on Twitter and look at the pictures on the weekends especially," SDSU freshman Caitlyn Uthe said.
Students say the twitter handle was written on sidewalks at the beginning of the year and its popularity continues to grow. They think of it as a harmless way to joke with friends.
"It's kind of, you know, 'hey I saw you on @jackspassed out last weekend' or people talk about it. Yeah, they check up on it on the weekends. It's pretty eventful," SDSU sophomore Kaila Vetsch said.
Students say not all of the pictures on the site are of students who drank too much alcohol.
"It's just kind of a fun way to communicate with your friends on getting caught sleeping during class or sleeping until noon on a day they shouldn't be," SDSU sophomore Matt Raymond said.
While some students say the posts are just entertaining, a university professor says they should be more concerned about the long term impact on their reputation.
Jim Paulson teaches journalism students how to use social media in their careers. He has concerns not only for those in the pictures, but also for those posting them.
"I could see where somebody had their picture taken in their dorm at night while they're sleeping could be considered an invasion of privacy," Paulson said.
"It may not be right, but everyone's going to do it," SDSU freshman Rebecca Schultz said.
University officials say they don't support the actions of students when it comes to this twitter account.