ASU provides students with significant resources to help them succeed from the time they begin
their college careers through graduation and beyond. Students make the most of their ASU
experience when they engage in the campus community. Here are some valuable resources for
students to explore:
- student organizations — Student organizations are a great way to get involved and make an impact
on your campus life and community, develop new skills, meet friends with similar interests and have
fun. There are more than 1,000 registered student organizations at ASU across all four campuses.
Find a club that fits you!
- Student Alumni Association — The Student Alumni Association is a student volunteer organization
designed to promote spirit, tradition and pride. SAA is about creating a lifetime relationship with
ASU and providing opportunities to become involved in a number of tradition- and spirit-building
- volunteer at ASU — Part of what it means to be a Sun Devil is to give back! Volunteering not only
helps others, but it is a great way to meet like-minded Sun Devils and build your resume. Visit
Changemaker Central to find your opportunity.
- study abroad — The ASU Study Abroad Office administers more than 300 programs in more than
60 countries around the world. Students can study abroad during the summer term, fall semester,
spring semester or full academic year. Explore a new country while earning college credit.
- CareerLink — CareerLink is a national web-based system that students can use to search for
internships and full-time jobs, post resumes, participate in on-campus recruiting and review
upcoming career events.
- Career Services — Career Services is dedicated to the career development of ASU students and
alumni. They provide comprehensive support in career advising and assessment, career events and
fairs, educational programs, and partnerships with local, state, regional and national employers.
- student employment — Some students need to work in order to meet educational and living
expenses, while others wish to work because they feel the experience can complement academic
performance and communicate to future employers an ability to succeed in a professional setting.