The aim of the project ODSesiones (a play on words using “ODS”, the equivalent for the initials “SDG” in Spanish, and the translation of the word “obsession”) is two-fold: to increase awareness of the SDGs among members of the University of Murcia and to carry out activities that have a real impact on Murcia citizens. From February 2019 to February 2022, the UMU will deal with and promote the 17 SDGs, one per month. The SDG framework has been used because of the UMU strong belief that it is its duty to educate students in the values represented by the SDGs and to encourage them to take action in their pursuit.The first step was to meet the Deans of all the Faculties and Schools of the UMU, so they could choose which SDGs they would participate on, based on their areas of expertise and the problems addressed by the SDGs. Another meeting took place with more than fifty NGOs and associations, which also chose the SDGs more closely related to their courses of action.The basis for each SDG-related program is set in a preparatory meeting where all the participants propose activities that, afterwards, are integrated in the month schedule. Along the month, around 50-60 activities related to the focused SDG are developed: lectures, workshops, art exhibitions, field trips, volunteering programs, fairs… These will take place all over the University (sometimes in city center), but mainly in the hosting Schools. Many activities are directly suggested by the students to ensure the project meets their expectations and preferences. By the end of each month, the so-called 2030 Classroom is held. Run by an expert on the field, a group of professors from the hosting School discusses the way the corresponding SDG could be implemented into their degrees.To gain visibility, a communication campaign has been designed. Thus, in the online environment, a website as well as profiles in social networking sites have been created whereas, in the offline context, “ODSesiones” tents and benches are displayed all over the university campuses. Student volunteers provide information about the project in strategic spots.