ASU clubs gather communities around sports, culture, academics, advocacy and more.
What you need to know for 2021 football gamedays
The start of a new semester means the start of another football season! With one determined team, seven home games and countless Sun Devils excited to show off their school pride, this year's games promise to be full of excitement, spirit and shots at victory.
Like every major ASU event, there a few tips and tricks that can help new Sun Devils get to the games without worrying about the ticket, what to wear or how to stay safe and keep others safe while attending. Just a few of these tricks can help you get ready to put up your pitchforks, show your colors and cheer on the start of an amazing football season!
GPSA announces new grants and resources for Sun Devils
Arizona State University has been diligently working toward creating a community of care for all students: both graduate and undergraduate. And students are leading the way.
The Graduate and Professional Student Association at ASU, also known as GPSA, is a student government organization that works toward giving graduate students access to opportunities and resources that will help them be successful.
GPSA understands that this past year has been difficult for the student body in terms of health, finances, stress and so many other things. No matter what the challenges may be, COVID-19 related or not, GPSA wants to help students make the most out of their time at ASU. That’s why GPSA leaders are encouraging students to take advantage of their scholarships, grants, COVID-19 resources and more.
Be a part of American Sign Language conversation with the ASL Club
ASU is an incredibly diverse campus and for many, becoming a Sun Devil means joining conversations with people they have never spoken to before. ASU's American Sign Language Club is hoping to expand the campus conversation with ASL, and is encouraging others to do the same.
Members of the ASL club describe it as a friendly envrionment where everyone, regardless of experience or skill level with ASL, can meet new people and talk about anything on their mind while gaining a meaningful connection the ASL users community.
ASU offers Sun Devils free sustainability training
Did you know ASU is ranked number four in the world in sustainability ahead of Princeton and MIT?
Every year, Sierra Magazine uses a scoring system that rates schools on their commitment to protecting the environment, addressing climate issues and encouraging environmental responsibility. This year, ASU ranked fourth in sustainability among 300 institutions.
The university’s focus on sustainability has increased over the years. Innovative operations and practices are implemented every year to make certain that ASU’s commitment to sustainability continues. Alongside these practices, ASU’s Sustainability Practices Department has revamped ASU’s Seeds of Sustainability training.