studying at ASU:

Why ASU is
different

ASU ranked #2 in the nation for "most innovative"

U.S. News & World Report

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dream it.
do it.


It has been the dreamers and doers here who have created change. Even Newsweek magazine called ASU "the most radical redesign in higher education." And that change doesn't just come from the leadership and faculty — ASU students create change with the help of the resources and opportunities they find here to transform their dreams into action. What's your dream?

 

What’s
your major?

One question. Many possible answers.

Some people know exactly what they want to do, others aren’t sure, and there are those who have no idea at all. That’s okay. We’ll help you choose which of our 300+ majors fits you best.

Do you know what you want to major in?

 

Excellent
Teaching

Would your rather learn from a book,
or from the person who wrote the book?

As a student at ASU, you will have the opportunity to learn from the brightest educators and professionals. See photos of the academic experience at ASU.

 

not sure what
to major in?

Make progress while you explore.

We will help you find what you want to do. When you choose an exploratory major, academic advisors will help you narrow your interests to a major that fits you. Learn more about the exploratory tracks.

health and life sciences

humanities,
fine arts,
design

math, physical
sciences,
engineering
and technology

social and
behavioral
sciences

You can also explore the 300+ degrees for yourself to find one that fits your interests.

Are you interested in the honors experience?

 

Research
matters

Research makes a great complement to your studies at ASU. Work with faculty on everything from global health to next-generation nanoelectronics. As a leading research university, ASU has unparalleled opportunities for undergraduate research in your field.

Uncover the opportunities for you at uresearch.asu.edu
 
  • My ASUa personalized website gives you access to your class schedule, student account, advising information and announcements
  • tutoring
    centers
    ASU has tutoring centers on every campus offering free tutoring in writing, math, science and other subjects including online writing and math tutoring for select courses
  • academic
    advisors
    professional advisors in the college of your major help you choose the best classes for you
  • major
    maps
    every major has a map that outlines which courses you need to take each semester so you can stay on track
  • peer coachingASU understands the types of challenges first-year students face and, as a committed partner to your academic and personal success, makes coaching available to help you adjust to life as a college student.
  • professor's
    office hours
    your professors have office hours so you can get to know them and gain insight into your classes
  • supplemental
    instruction
    peer study/review sessions supplement large lecture classes so you can get a better grade and make friends
  • eAdvisorthis online tool helps you and your advisor monitor your progress toward graduation, ensuring you have the classes you need

Support
for success

 

A major that
fits you

Use ASU's Degree Search to
view the list of courses (major map),
the admissions requirements and
related jobs for each degree.


 

Go
global

Discover the world around you.

ASU has 300+ study abroad programs in more than 60 countries around the world. Opportunities are extensive, going far beyond the traditional classroom. Examples include in-the-field research and unique projects that benefit foreign communities.
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search for study abroad experiences
 

Honors
at ASU

A public college of scholars

Students in any college and on any campus can apply to be in Barrett, The Honors College at ASU. Be part of the only four-year residential honors campus in the nation.

What makes Barrett different?
Admissions Eligibility
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Schedule a Barrett honors visit to see how amazing it is

Barrett, the Honors College

Barrett, the Honors College at ASU is consistently recognized nationally as a top honors experience. The honors college experience extends to students at all four ASU campuses in any undergraduate major. Barrett combines the caring and community of a top small college with the resources of a major public university. In Fall 2009, Barrett opened its new honors campus at ASU's Tempe campus – the only four-year residential honors campus in the nation.

Barrett students benefit from the following:

  • $12 million endowment used exclusively to support honors students and their projects
  • Residence in a new, nine-acre campus just for honors students, along with unique residential communities at each of the four campuses
  • Funded research opportunities, honors-only study abroad programs, and internships in more than 150 different disciplines
  • Dedicated honors faculty, along with one-on-one mentoring from faculty honors advisors on thesis and creative projects
  • A community that celebrates diversity and academic excellence, with more than 1000 National Merit, Hispanic and Achievement Scholars
  • Barrett's national leadership in the numbers of nationally-competed scholarships awarded, such as Fulbright, Marshall, Truman and Goldwater

Learn more about the honors experience at barretthonors.asu.edu