Student life 

Student experiences outside the classroom are most impactful when connected to academic life. A range of programs are available to help students connect with classmates and professors, hone their leadership skills, and prepare for life after Arizona State University.

Our students interact with a diverse group of peers and have access to faculty from a broad array of backgrounds. They have the opportunity to connect with other departments at ASU, as well as with the community and industry, through research and education.

The Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions offers service and support for our undergraduate and graduate students. This section offers plenty of resources, including advising, scholarship opportunities, and job information. Learn more about learning opportunities outside the classroom, like internships or special career events.  

Campus-wide opportunities

  • Attend your professors’ office hours. The more they know about you, the better they can help you!
  • Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, become involved on campus! ASU students can join any student organization at any of the four campuses by using the ASU Student Organizations website. Click here to search directly for student clubs and organizations.
  • If you’re an undergraduate student, it’s never too early to think about graduate school. Use the following link as a general guide in helping you to prepare for the next step in your academic career.
  • Utilizing the resources of ASU Career Services is encouraged to both graduate and undergraduate students. This office is here to help you develop skills for the professional world, as well as help you to find a job

Barrett, The Honors College

Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University is a selective residential college that recruits academically outstanding undergraduates across the nation. Barrett students enjoy an array of opportunities, including study abroad programs, participation in research and internships, invitations to social and cultural events, and meetings with campus visitors of notoriety and achievement.

University resources