ASU K-12 Resources

ASU K-12 Resources

 

We’re still here to help

Access ASU is here to help support you to achieve your higher education goals. Our committed team of college access and student success professionals are available to meet with you via phone or Zoom to help you get ready for ASU. Please reach out to a college advisor by email or schedule a time to meet.

 

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Virtual workshops

Virtual workshops

Access ASU is continuing to offer college readiness workshops virtually. These presentations cover various topics.

Sparky’s Virtual experience

Sparky’s Virtual Experience

Students in eighth, ninth and tenth grade will have the opportunity to connect with current ASU students and learn about ASU campus life, colleges, and majors.

Summer Enrichment

Summer Programs

ASU Summer Programs are available for students grades Kindergarten - 12 in a variety of topics including engineering, leadership, math and the arts. Learn more about the various summer programs at ASU.

College Major Prep - Me3

College Major Prep - me3®

Find a major, degree program and career that fits you with me3®, an online interactive major and career quiz. Easily explore majors and careers that fit your interests and passions. Then chart an academic pathway to find a degree program that leads to a career so you can design the future you want.

Ask Benji

Ask Benji

Benji is here to help students and families achieve a college education starting with FAFSA completion. Benji is a chatbot that draws from a large database to answer your questions about FAFSA and financial aid. Benji doesn’t talk, only texts.

American Dream Academy Online

American Dream Academy Online

The American Dream Academy Online is a Google Classroom course that encapsulates the curriculum of the in person program, offered in both English and Spanish. To get started, join the class as a student using the plus icon in the upper right corner and enter the corresponding class code: jajpk2r for English and h6hmoyo for Spanish.

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Access ASU Junior Academy

Your junior year of high school is an important one as you prepare to go to college. This academy tailored to juniors has resources to guide you through the year so you feel ready to start your college journey.

ASU Prep Digital

ASU Prep Digital School Training & Support

ASU Prep Digital School Training & Support

The transition from brick and mortar to online instruction can seem daunting, but the teachers at ASU Prep Digital are here to help! Check out these short videos to learn the basics of how to transition your instruction online and create successful online learners.

School Training and Support

Online Tutoring

Online Tutoring

Free online tutoring for students working at home that have questions. Join in an online video chat room during the times listed on this webpage from March 23 - May 20.

Remote Learning Assistance

Part-Time Enrollment

Part-Time Enrollment (Grades 9 - 12)

ASU Prep Digital is a college prep option where online high school and university courses converge in a unique learning opportunity for all students. This accredited, rigorous virtual school program prepares students for college acceptance and encourages them to start earning credit toward college majors and careers in an increasingly interconnected environment. We are currently enrolling part-time and full-time students, in grades 9 through 12.

Discover Digital Learning

ASU for You

ASU offers a personalized learning pathway for Universal Learners® to follow their passions and explore their purpose. Here, you can earn badges, certificates and more as you broaden your skill sets.

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ASU Virtual Tours

ASU Live-hosted virtual experience

ASU Live-hosted virtual experience

Virtual Experience ASU visits are held through Zoom. These are live sessions with ASU enrollment and academic team members who will be able to answer your questions. Every session will go over the admission and enrollment processes, with different additional sessions available throughout the week.

ASU Art Mueseum: #VirtualVisits

ASU Art Mueseum: #VirtualVisits

Ready to #museumfromhome with the ASU Art Museum? Follow it on social media, where the staff is sharing #virtualvisits everyday so you don’t miss out on your culture fix. Find your favorite spot on the couch, relax and enjoy!

 

 

ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College

ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College

Sun Devil Learning Labs connects PreK-12 learners with Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College teacher candidates offering online educational broadcasts and tutoring support, depending on grade level. MLFTC teacher candidates work under the general supervision and coaching of ASU faculty.

Sun Devil Learning Labs

ASU Center for Mindfulness, Compassion, and Resilience

ASU Center for Mindfulness, Compassion, and Resilience

The center serves as a convening vehicle for students, faculty, staff and community members to learn about mindfulness initiatives at ASU. The center will be providing virtual meditation practices from 12–1 p.m. (AZ time) and written messages for open and free use.

Mindfulness Resources

ASU School of Sustainability

ASU School of Sustainability:
K-12 Educational Resources

Arizona State University offers this collaborative hub to curate resources designed to spark the interest and ingenuity in their students to develop social, economic, and environmental sustainability solutions. Imagine what we can accomplish together.

Sustainability resources

ASU School of Sustainability

ASU School of Sustainability:
Sustainability Storytelling

Sustainability Storytelling is a short form documentary production course, taught by Peter Byck. Students from ASU’s schools of sustainability and journalism form small teams to produce these short docs – they teach each other their skill sets – journalism students get to learn about sustainability, and the sustainability students get to learn about journalism, including filming and editing.

Sustainability Storytelling

ASU NASA Mars Education Program

ASU NASA Mars Education Program: Distance Learning

The Mars Student Imaging Project allows students to use a camera on the Odyssey orbiter to take their own image of the red planet and analyze it using the scientific method.

Mars Student Imaging Project

ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration

ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration: Virtual Field Trips

Used in high school and college classrooms, these interactive and educational Virtual Field Trips feature topic-based, interactive experiences that capture real expeditions and scientists doing research. Many of these experiences also respond to your real-time feedback.

Answers through Exploration