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We understand that sometimes students may face challenges that impact fulfilling their basic needs. We have support services and resources that will assist students with meeting these needs and help students thrive in their coursework and reach their educational goals.
We at ASU recognize that there is no one answer for facing challenges and meeting basic needs within our campus community. However, through a combination of resources, programs and one-on-one support, together we explore the most optimal options for each student’s unique situation.
At ASU we are committed to your success and here to support you. Below you will find University and community resources to help support your basic needs. Should you not know where to start, the Dean of Students office at each location is always available as a place to begin getting the support you need.
Contact the Dean of Students office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-965-6547
If you or someone you know is in immediate crisis or emergency, call 911.
For medical emergency: call 9-1-1
For medical non-emergency: call ASU Health Services at 480-965-3349
Student Advocacy and Assistance (SAA) is part of the Dean of Students Office and works to provide support to students whenever they may be experiencing difficulties such as: basic needs, academic probation, sexual assault, illness, domestic and relationship violence, grief, loss and more. SAA strives to provide guidance, explain relevant policies and procedures, connect students to applicable university and community resources, all while respecting students' rights to privacy within the confines of the law and university policy.
Financial Aid – families that experience unforeseen changes in their finances can have their financial aid package reviewed by contacting the financial aid office. In addition, other helpful tools like tuition calculators, budget forms and scholarship information are available on the ASU Financial Aid website.
Sexual and relationship violence are widespread in society and have a profound impact on individuals and their communities. It takes a community of care to support victims and survivors, and ASU provides a variety of reporting options, resources and educational programs to prevent sexual misconduct.
If an incident of sexual misconduct or relationship violence occurs, options to report the incident, receive confidential support and immediate assistance are available through on-campus and off-campus resources