Access ASU Programs and Initiatives

Programs and initiatives

Access ASU is committed to supporting Arizona families

Access ASU’s programs and initiatives provide college readiness resources and support to Arizona families, students and schools from kindergarten through high school graduation so students can thrive at the university.

 

ADA is an eight-week college literacy program that helps parents be advocates and partners in their children’s education.

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Schools and community-based organizations can visit any of ASU’s four Metro-Phoenix campuses in fully customizable experiences.

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DREAMzone fosters an environment conducive to the educational success of undocumented and DACA students through professional development training.

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A scholarship available to Access ASU program alumni and participants who desire to help Arizona students prepare for college.

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FSA is a free, comprehensive four-year college access program providing foster youth with support and resources needed to thrive in college.

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FSDF Day is a half-day college preparation workshop series that introduces families to ASU campuses, faculty, staff and students.

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HMDP is a five-year college readiness program providing parent-student teams with four workshops per year and one advising session each semester.

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SPARKS is a student-led service organization at ASU promoting access to higher education throughout the community.

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53%

of Arizona-based freshmen enrolled at Arizona State University in fall 2017 are from underrepresented populations

In the last decade

the number of undergraduate students from Arizona receiving Pell grants has nearly doubled at ASU’s metropolitan campuses

American Dream Academy