EOSS Annual Report

Year in review



lifelong learners

Educational Outreach and Student Services at ASU empowers learners of all ages and stages of life to chart an academic path from Pre-K-12 through college to the careers, personal fulfillment and future they want.




to college


College student


to college




Serving our
Sun Devils

Educational Outreach and Student Services provides resources, services and support to ensure that current and future Sun Devils achieve in and out of the classroom and enjoy all the opportunities ASU has to offer. We realize this goal through an array of resources and programs focused within three key areas:

Community building
Skill building

choice of international students
– Institute of International Education, 2008

producer of Teach for America teachers
– Teach for America survey, 2018

in the nation for producing the best-qualified graduates
– The Wall Street Journal

for first-year undergraduate experience
– U.S. News and World Report, 2019

Top 10
in the U.S. for Silicon Valley hires, ahead of Cornell, MIT, UCLA
– Quartz Media, 2017

Top 25
top producer: Peace Corps volunteers
– Quartz Media, 2017

Top 50
LGBT-friendly colleges
– Study.com, 2018

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Best in the U.S. for health and well-being programs for students
– Active Minds, 2018

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A top school for veterans and military students
– Military Times, 2018

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Gold Medal “Military friendly”
– G.I. Jobs Magazine, 2018

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Member: Changemaker Campus Consortium
– Ashoka


student success

We ensure that our students achieve in and out of the classroom. From providing opportunities to discover their career interests to learning the keys to leading a healthy lifestyle for a lifetime, we encourage them to engage and connect personally with the university and their peers, explore their interests and enjoy Sun Devil life!

$22 million
in grants are managed by Educational Outreach and Student Services that support K-12 students through pre-college and college support programs and initiatives

five-year graduation rate among ASU Preparatory Academy students

$13.9 million
in college scholarships awarded to ASU Preparatory Academy students

1.4 million
community service hours delivered by Sun Devils in the 2018-2019 academic year

ASU Prep Digital student course enrollments

EOSS student worker positions filled in FY19

engagements with students and alumni served by Career and Professional Development Services during the 2018-2019 academic year

fall 2018 Barrett Summer Scholars program alumni who applied were accepted to ASU’s Barrett, The Honors College

cumulative users of me3®, an interactive tool created to help high school students explore career interests, identify the college majors that support their passions and design a high school experience to make it happen

students housed within 15 residential communities across all campuses, representing a 17% increase over the number of students who lived on campus in the prior year

K-12 students, families and educators served during the 2018-2019 academic year through Access ASU programs and initiatives

Total visits to the Sun Devil Fitness Complexes during the 2018-2019 academic year