We are excited that you have chosen to become part of the Sun Devil Family. Registration for students starting in fall 2020 is open.
New Student Orientation programs are designed to provide you with information, resources, tools and tips to help you and your family make a successful transition to college life. Attending orientation will help you be better prepared for your first semester. At orientation you will also be able to connect with your academic college and become familiar with your campus and learn about all of the many resources, opportunities and support networks available at ASU.
Updates for campus visitors and guests
Arizona State University is closely following updates and public health recommendations surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). All New Student Orientation programs will be conducted online for the remainder of the summer. Your virtual Orientation program will occur on the same day of your scheduled in-person program. You will receive detailed information for your upcoming Orientation via email in the coming days. The health and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and guests are our highest priority. We understand that this may be a time of uncertainty for you or your family. If you have already paid the $75 guest fee and your orientation program has been changed to online, the fee will be refunded. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact our office at 480-965-2880 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inside ASU Podcast: Why you should go to New Student Orientation
Because it’s mandatory, for one. (Unless you’re Emily.) But more than that, New Student Orientation is your chance to learn about all the ASU resources you’ll be using, meet other new Sun Devils, and choose and register for your classes. Listen to Emily and Ben give you all the details on what to expect there.
Get to Know the Valley of the Sun and Learn How to Live Like a Local
Are you new to Arizona or the area surrounding your campus? Turn New Student Orientation into a family vacation or stay-cation. Get out and explore the surrounding area so you know where to eat, shop and play.
As a parent, guardian, or family member, you are your Sun Devil’s greatest source of support. ASU Parent and Family Resources helps you to stay informed and engaged by providing information about student resources, family events, academic success tips and more.
Get Connected. There’s so Much to Explore at ASU
ASU offers more than 1,000 student clubs and organizations to help students pursue their passions or find a new one. Find your community.