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ASU for You creates opportunities to support learners of all ages and phase of life in gaining universal access to education and discovering new pathways to expand their knowledge, earn a degree, master job skills, launch a new career. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, partner or other member of the ASU Family, we invite you to explore content curated just for you or choose from our most popular resources for every member of your Sun Devil family.
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.
Take ASU classes for college credit online — no application or transcript required. Learn at your pace, on your time. These courses can count toward a variety of majors from engineering to business. All credits earned will apply to ASU and any accepting university.
The pace of change is altering the workplace and creating exciting new careers. Here you can enhance your knowledge and skills or set course for a career opportunity in an emerging industry or field of work. Find what you want from a wide range of professional development courses, each developed in collaboration with ASU faculty.
ASU’s online English language and university preparation courses provide high-quality content that is innovative, fun and challenging. Developed by Global Launch, ASU’s English language training unit, these six courses help learners improve their English language, advanced problem-solving, critical thinking and academic writing skills.
Whether you’re looking for your first job or the next step in your career, ASU has resources that will help you find the right opportunity, perfect your resume and nail your interview. With video guides, practice questions, actionable tips and more, you’ll be set up for success in your application.
Upskill to stay competitive in today’s ever-changing workforce with programs tailored to you. Pathways awardees can get career support, financial aid and earn credit toward an undergraduate degree or certificate in one of three tracks: liberal arts and sciences, business or engineering.
Through research, education and outreach activities, the Center enhances the effectiveness of those who govern, manage and support nonprofit and philanthropic organizations.
Through the center’s programs and seminars, public service professionals can enhance their management and leadership competencies and can earn the Certified Public Manager®, Certified Municipal Clerk, or Master Municipal Clerk credential, and more.
ASU for You supports Universal Learners® with resources and recognizes that to meet the needs of a rapidly changing, technology-driven world, people will need to access education and learning platforms throughout their lives.
At ASU, students join a community that helps them explore interests and learn new skills. Through quality academics, enrichment opportunities, and support from friends and faculty, students graduate ready to accomplish their goals.
ASU Art Museum aims to be a meeting point for the exchange of new ideas, perspectives and experiences among artists, students and the public through exhibitions, residencies, collections and programs.
Expand your knowledge through design and arts experiences. Each year ASU’s Herberger Institute offers a range of events, many of which are free.
Connect to the information, resources and people that can help you turn your ideas into reality. E+I can help propel your entrepreneurial aspirations through many stages of development.
Online resources — including exhibitions, performances, educational tools, panels, interviews and stories — for artists, creators, government and community leaders, families and more.
Facilitates powerful and informed dialogues and transformative scholarship through innovative programs about issues related to race and democracy.
Connects the University and local communities by establishing and leading multidisciplinary and inclusive public programming that engages local, national, and international communities in humanities discussions.
The Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience aims to build an ASU-wide center that connects global researchers, scholars, teachers, practitioners, and learners around concepts of mindfulness, compassion and well-being.
OLLI at ASU provides non-credit, university-quality learning experiences for adults ages 50+ through diverse classes, campus-based learning opportunities, and public service initiatives.
Discover walkable campus life, intergenerational connections and lifelong learning opportunities at Mirabella at ASU, a new university-based retirement community located right on ASU’s Tempe campus.
Diverse ideas converge to thoughtfully examine critical issues impacting sport. A cross-disciplinary enterprise, the institute’s efforts are integrated throughout the entire university rather than within a single concentration.