Student Involvement

Getting involved on campus is essential for students to explore interests, develop community and become career ready. Learn ways to help your Sun Devil get connected to opportunities.

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Student Involvement

Why ASU students should get involved on campus

How do Sun Devils get involved outside the classroom? And is there an ideal time to begin exploring clubs, organizations and other opportunities? Two student government leaders answer these questions and more as they chat about their involvement experiences.

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Why ASU students study abroad and how it impacts them

Whether it was learning to speak Chinese in Shanghai, helping the indigenous people in rural Peru, or exploring the diverse culture in South Africa, six ASU Study Abroad students have one thing in common: studying abroad changed them in positive ways and helped set them up for success.

 

What to expect when your ASU student decides to Study Abroad

ASU’s Assistant Vice Provost of Academic and Global Engagement Jennifer Malerich discusses the many different types of Study Abroad programs, the positive impact of global learning, and how Sun Devil family members can support their students in applying for and completing a program.

 

LGBTQIA+ Students and Stress

Identity development for students who identify as gender or sexual minorities can present a unique set of stressors. Learn about ways to support your LGBTQIA+ student and the many ASU resources available to them from members of ASU’s Counseling services.

 

Perfect match: The ASU Mobile App and your Sun Devil

Explore the many uses for the ASU Mobile App for Sun Devils, ranging from downloading free tickets for home athletic events to connecting with study buddies in class to checking intercampus shuttle schedules.

 

Preparing your Sun Devil for a fun and SAFE Spring Break experience

Officer Becky Garcia of the ASU Police Department offers tips on planning spring break trips with friends, and how it's important that "Sun Devils keep Sun Devils safe." That means watching out for your friends and staying in the group.

 

Welcome to the Family: Stay Connected to ASU and Sun Devil Traditions

ASU Sun Devils participate in awesome fall traditions, from painting the "A" and football games to Family Weekend​ and Homecoming​. As members of the ASU family, you have a standing invitation to revel in the spirited traditions that make ASU unique. Learn more about taking part in fun Sun Devil traditions.

 

Why ASU students should get involved on campus

How do Sun Devils get involved outside the classroom? And is there an ideal time to begin exploring clubs, organizations and other opportunities? Two student government leaders answer these questions and more as they chat about their involvement experiences.

 

Inside ASU Podcast: Get the inside scoop from Sun Devils Molly and Ben

Few ASU students know more about the ins and outs of campus life than Molly and Ben, two Sun Devils who have provided insights on a wide variety of university topics with their Inside ASU Podcast. Learn more about the podcast, get some student-to-family advice and more.

 

How student employment helps Sun Devils learn career competencies

How can Sun Devils learn career competencies during their time at ASU? One of the best ways to do this is by getting a part-time job on campus. Staff from ASU Career and Professional Development Services and the ASU First-Year Success Center provide insights on the benefits of student employment and more.