Located on the 3rd level of the Memorial Union, the Sun Devil Involvement Center (SDIC) provides opportunities for student involvement through clubs, sororities, fraternities, community service, student government, and co-curricular programs and activities. Become an active member of your campus community and stop by the SDIC today!
Also, check out the SDIC Best Practices, your one-stop web site for resources and information about event planning, leadership, fundraising and other tips to help your organization be more effective.
of ASU (student government)
Ph: 480-965-3161 | Contact ASASU
Strives to provide students with opportunities that facilitate leadership and student self governance through providing programming, serving students, and creating connections. ASASU is the umbrella organization for the 2 student government branches:
Ph: 480-965-0305 | Contact Community Service Program
Provides the ASU community avenues to serve the Valley, increases awareness of needs in the local community, and engages students in worthwhile service while promoting a lifelong commitment to citizenship and social justice.
Ph: 480-965-5292 | Contact Fraternity & Sorority Life
Provides leadership opportunities through student empowerment and through the involvement of its fraternity and sorority undergraduate members in service to both the University and the community.
Provides cultural programming and academic support to multicultural students. The Student Coalitions are the umbrella groups that house the many student organizations designed to serve the African American, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino, International, LGBTQ, and women student communities.
Resource Center (SORC)
Ph: 480-965-9665 | Contact SORC
Supports over 600 registered student clubs and organizations by providing information sessions, newsletters and listserv announcements advising students on fundraising, event planning and policies.
Programming and Activities Board (PAB)
Ph: 480-965-0089 | Contact PAB
Plans activities and events in various areas of interest and is committed to providing ASU students with the best experience possible through innovative programming and involvement opportunities.
Canon Leadership Program
Ph: 480-965-5301 | Contact The Canon Leadership Program
The Canon Leadership Program will provide opportunities for students to define and develop their skills as they network with local and national leaders, collaborate with other involved students, and prepare for leadership roles at ASU, in the surrounding community, and beyond
Last updated: March 11, 2010 by Memorial Union WebTeam