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All in-person events will follow ASU health and safety guidelines. ASU now strongly recommends that everyone on campus wear a face cover when inside a university building. Face covers are required in certain places such as health care centers and on-campus shuttles. This protocol is for all Sun Devils and is consistent with CDC and state guidance.

Welcome to ASU. You are a Sun Devil.

Kick off your new life as a Sun Devil by immersing yourself in the spirit, pride and tradition that is unique to ASU. A celebration across all ASU locations, Welcome activities help you meet fellow students, learn about campus resources and acclimate to your new home. Soak it all in.

A long-standing tradition, ASU Welcome is free and designed for all Sun Devils — first-year, international, transfer, commuter and returning students.

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Use #ASUWelcome to document your experience and see what others are doing.

      

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Religious Life and Services

Serving students of all faiths and beliefs, ASU boasts nearly 70 religious and spiritual clubs and organizations for students to stay active and continue to grow their spiritual life, learn about faiths other than their own and/or find a ministry that aligns with their beliefs

 

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Inside ASU Podcast: ASU Welcome: the week you truly become a Sun Devil

ASU Welcome, a huge collection of welcome events, takes place the week before school begins. You’ll meet new friends, get to know your college and learn more about being a Sun Devil. In this episode, Molly and Ben dive deep into ASU Welcome and tell you about some of the can’t-miss welcome week events.


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Register Your Bike

 

Bicycle registration is free and required for ASU students, faculty and staff. Registration may help deter bike theft and could help recover your bike in the event of theft.

 

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Get Involved on Campus

Getting involved at ASU is easy. With more than 1,000 student clubs and organizations across all four campus locations, there is a group of like-minded students ready to welcome you into their organization. Explore your hobbies and interests in a club, and if you can’t find what you are looking for, start a new one.

During ASU Welcome, attend an Involvement Fair to meet with student organization leaders, learn about student organizations, and find your fit:

  • Passport to ASU (Tempe)
  • Club Hub (Polytechnic)
  • Sparky's Carnival & Involvement Fair (Downtown Phoenix)
  • West Fest (West)

 

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