Student & Cultural Engagement creates a transformational opportunity to engage in culture, community and global leadership at Arizona State University. Students find opportunities to explore the Sun Devil Community through community building, global leadership, inclusion, cultural celebrations, civic discourse and community change. Student and Cultural Engagement promote the development of Sun Devil Culture through self-expression, learning, and heritage with a formation of an ASU culture rooted in inclusion, individual experience, community values, and the Sun Devil Way. Join in contributing to the broader community!
The Black African Coalition is working in partnership with clubs, organizations and departments across Arizona State University to engage and enlighten the entire Sun Devil community on the Black student experience in the 21st century. Join us as we share elements of our rich culture and history through a variety of educational and entertaining community programs.
Join the Interfaith Students Coalition for a celebration of the many worldviews, faiths, spiritualities, and beliefs of our Sun Devil Community. Interfaith Harmony week promotes unity by encouraging Sun Devils to explore and learn about worldviews outside of their own.
Each ASU student contributes valuable personal qualities and individual talents to the collective ASU experience. Communication skills are the building blocks for creating thriving and inclusive groups.
Share your talent with fellow Sun Devils at Express Yourself throughout the semester on all four ASU Metro Phoenix campuses. All talents--- music, movement, magic, yo-yo tricks, poetry, etc—are welcome.
Sun Devils are serious about their talent, and it shows at the ASU’s Got Talent competition held in the fall. Event-goers are treated to a variety of acts including musicians, spoken-word artists, dance groups and more.
Council of Coalition
The seven student coalitions serve as leadership bodies for all diversity, cultural and identity-oriented student organizations at Arizona State University.