More to Explore Week 2020

More to Explore Week 2020

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Virtual programming: Sunday, June 21 – Saturday, June 27, 2020

Welcome to More to Explore Week 2020! This week, over 100 virtual sessions will cover topics ranging from admission and application processes to finding a major and engaging with the academic colleges, as well as sessions with current Arizona State University students so you can find the campus that fits you best. By the end of the week, you'll have all the information you need to make applying to college a successful and exciting journey.

Sessions are available throughout the day to accommodate a global audience. Click below to browse through all of the sessions designed just for you.

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First-year student sessions are for current high school students.

Browse through sessions day by day, and register for the sessions that interest you the most. Session times are in Arizona, MST. To see the session start time based on your location, click on the time.

Sessions key  
Academic session
Student experience session
Admission session
Most sessions last 45-60 minutes. You may register for as many sessions as you like.
Sunday, June 21, 2020
Session title Presented by Start time (MST)/registration link
More to Explore Week Welcome

Session description:  

Start your More to Explore Week by attending this live welcome event. You will hear from university leaders and representatives on important information about the university, applying for admission, scholarships and financial aid. This session will also share tips on how to craft your personalized schedule for the week ahead.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
12:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Monday, June 22, 2020
Session title Presented by Start time (MST)/registration link
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
More to Explore Week Welcome

Session description:  

Start your More to Explore Week by attending this live welcome event. You will hear from university leaders and representatives on important information about the university, applying for admission, scholarships and financial aid. This session will also share tips on how to craft your personalized schedule for the week ahead.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register  12:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Finding Your Major

Session description:  

Hoping to find a college major that inspires you and leads to success? Want help with exploring your options? Join Major and Career Exploration for an interactive session with information, tools and resources. Complete the me3® self-assessment before the session by going to yourfuture.asu.edu/me3.

Presented by
University College

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register  2 p.m. / Register
University College
Exploring an Honors Education — One College at Four Campuses

Session description:  

In this general overview, learn about Barrett at all four of ASU’s metropolitan Phoenix area campuses and discover the unique experiences of each location.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
The Future of Film at ASU, the New American Film School

Session description:  

Join us to learn more about our exciting curricular redesign, new facilities, technologies, resources and expert film faculty.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
4 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Lights, Camera, Action! A Sneak Peek On Your Future Film Classes

Session description:  

This session is designed specifically for incoming film students and admitted students who want to add film electives or a film minor to their studies. You will discuss engaging topics, meet and learn from our expert faculty, and participate with other incoming students.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Session title Presented by Start time (MST)/registration link
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
School of Art Welcome and Class Session Invitation

Session description:  

Join the School of Art for a quick welcome and introduction. Afterward, you will have the opportunity to join a classroom session for incoming first-year and transfer students.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Creating Your Colorful Future: A Sneak Peak Into Art Classes at ASU

Session description:  

This session is designed specifically for incoming students majoring in art and admitted students who want to double major in art or add a studio art minor to their studies at ASU. You will explore the infinite nature of color and dive into the history, science, and perception of color through interactive activities and small group discussions.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
9 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Greatest HIITs: Degree programs in kinesiology, sports, and exercise science

Session description:  

Are you considering a career in physical therapy, exercise physiology, or strength and conditioning? The College of Health Solutions offers three unique bachelor's degree programs in kinesiology, exercise and wellness, and sports science and performance programming. Join this session to learn more about each degree program and explore the variety of career paths available. You'll meet faculty who will discuss the coursework and career outcomes for each of the majors. As an added bonus, we'll show you the weight room where students are able to apply what they learn about human physiology and movement mechanics in a hands-on environment.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Education: The World's Most Important Profession

Session description:  

As an educator, you can help drive the most important and positive changes on the planet. But that's not all. It's a dynamic field with multiple pathways to jobs after graduation. Join this session to explore what it means to be an educator, learn about funding opportunities for future teachers, and hear about the personalized support and professional experiences students receive at ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

Presented by
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Sustainability and Our Post-COVID-19 World

Session description:  

Living in a globalized world and enduring a pandemic has affected social interaction. Attendees will learn about the impact of COVID-19 on socioeconomic systems.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Finding Your Major

Session description:  

Hoping to find a college major that inspires you and leads to success? Want help with exploring your options? Join Major and Career Exploration for an interactive session with information, tools and resources. Complete the me3® self-assessment before the session by going to yourfuture.asu.edu/me3.

Presented by
University College

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register  3 p.m. / Register
University College
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, the admission process for nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Forging Your Own Path at The College

Session description:  

Are you interested in creating positive and impactful change? Make your mark at The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the Tempe campus. With more than 95 undergraduate degree programs in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences, you'll have the opportunity to explore and sculpt a personalized experience for your desired career path. From mathematics and anthropology to chemistry and history, forge your own path at the academic heart of ASU. Learn more about the university's largest and most diverse college and how you can customize your experience through study abroad, undergraduate research, internships and more. Begin your ASU journey with The College today.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" First-Year Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions first-year student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will receive as a future Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Discovering Engineering and Technology Programs at ASU

Session description:  

Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Let's Get Down to Business

Session description:  

An exceptional business education transcends academic disciplines. Blows your mind. Teaches you to do good while doing well. Challenges you. Inspires you. Challenges you again. Makes it possible to turn your dreams into reality. Let's get down to business!

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Exploring the Humanities at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
The Arts and Design at ASU: Finding the Right Program For You

Session description:  

Learn about the degree programs, admission requirements and resources at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. The Herberger Institute comprises the School of Art; the School of Arts, Media and Engineering; the Design School; the School of Film, Dance and Theatre; and the School of Music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity for our students to work side-by-side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Sustainability Storytelling: Student-Produced Short Documentaries

Session description:  

Relax at home with your favorite movie snack and watch two 2020 documentary shorts produced in Professor Byck’s class. “Plant the Rain” shows how a renegade rainwater harvester and a band of elementary school kids maximize the desert’s water. “Holding on to the Corn” explores the multi-generational effort to create a healthier community through Hopi knowledge and traditions. The filmmakers will join us and answer your questions!

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring Integrative Sciences and Arts

Session description:  

The College of Integrative Sciences and Arts offers foundational skill development in humanities, social and natural sciences, and mathematics for a rapidly changing marketplace. Embracing change and rethinking the educational experience creates dynamic and innovative students for tomorrow's world. Degree programs focus on applied biological science, communication, English, history, interdisciplinary studies, science, technology and society, and technical communication. Not sure what you want to major in at ASU? Learn how we assist exploratory students and provide valuable resources throughout the major and career selection process.

Presented by
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Strategic Social Media

Session description:  

You already love Instagram and Twitter, but how do you use them strategically to grow your audience, build a brand and create opportunities? Hear how from Cronkite School Associate Dean Jessica Pucci.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Afternoon at the Art Museum

Session description:  

Come learn about one of ASU's greatest creative resources: the ASU Art Museum. Curators and education specialists will talk about what the ASU Art Museum is up to and what will be happening in the fall season.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, where unique, cutting-edge combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues while gaining powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Translating Imagination into Innovation: Blending Technology and Society

Session description:  

Learn about the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, where we explore science and technology with thoughtful study focused on their ethical and social impacts.

Presented by
School for the Future of Innovation in Society

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
Make it Happen: Giving Your Career the Right Edge

Session description:  

Do you want an edge in your future career? Do you want to make an impact? Come learn tips and tricks from the pros to advance your career, life and ideas — and make it happen. Hosted by Dr. Brent Sebold, executive director of venture development at Enterpreneurship + Innovation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Chop it Like it's Hot: Exploring Nutrition Majors

Session description:  

The College of Health Solutions offers three unique bachelor's degree programs in dietetics, food and nutrition entrepreneurship, and nutritional science. Join this session to learn more about each degree program and explore the variety of career paths available in nutrition. You'll meet faculty who will discuss the coursework and career outcomes for the different nutrition majors. As an added bonus, we'll show you the Kitchen Café, where students prepare, cook and serve meals to the general public at a reasonable price under the supervision of our chef and instructional retail kitchen coordinator.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Where Do You Want to Live and Work? Study and Work Local-to-Global

Session description:  

Learn about sustainability degrees that focus on finding solutions to environmental, economic and social challenges. School of Sustainability students benefit from experiential learning, hands-on projects, capstone courses, internships, research opportunities, workshops, service learning, field experience and study abroad courses. The knowledge and solutions created today will shape our quality of life as well as future generations — we have an opportunity and an obligation to make our world more sustainable. You can help lead our world toward a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
How Health Innovation Helps in a Pandemic

Session description:  

Dr. Michael Collins, associate director for health entrepreneurship and innovation, discusses the role that health innovation has during a pandemic.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
How Can Honors Help Me as an Engineering Student?

Session description:  

Do you wonder how being an engineering student works in an honors college? This session explores the benefits and additional opportunities that Barrett provides engineering students at the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Audition Tips and Tricks for Dancers and Actors

Session description:  

Learn how to prepare for an audition and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Coastal Resilience Research: Navigating Uncharted Waters

Session description:  

How does policy protect ecosystem diversity and improve the resilience of coastal communities? Discover the relationships between human-designed regulation and the health of our natural environments. Learn how to get involved with research and what it is like to work in academia.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
A Conversation about Criminology and Criminal Justice

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Exploring Pre-health Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Students can major in any program at ASU and still be considered a pre-health student. Join our pre-professions advisor to explore all the opportunities and support available to students considering future careers in the field of health care.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
The Spectrum of Scientific Discovery

Session description:  

Does scientific inquiry pique your interest? Are you interested in making new discoveries through observational and experimental evidence? Push boundaries, adapt to new challenges and make important research contributions that impact the health and lives of people around the world. From biological sciences and mathematics to psychology and earth and space exploration, find your place in the natural sciences with more 70 degree programs to choose from. In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the natural sciences at the Tempe campus.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Exploring a Career in Global Business

Session description:  

If you have a global outlook, passion for travel and culture, and desire for an international career, Thunderbird's bachelor degree programs will position you as a global business leader, ready to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing international business environment. Learn from graduate-level faculty in interactive, discussion-based classroom experiences that deepen your learning. Attend to hear from faculty and students, and discover how you can stand out in a world of possibilities.

Presented by
Thunderbird School of Global Management

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Thunderbird School of Global Management
Choose Your Adventure: Pathways Toward Careers in Sustainability

Session description:  

There is a lot to learn from experiences outside of class, such as following internships into the career field. How do your education steps lead to post-graduation destinations?

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Session title Presented by Start time (MST)/registration link
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Music Venues: An Inside Look At ASU's Concert Halls

Session description:  

Learn about the history of the various spaces where music majors practice and perform.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
How to Make Your Music Application and Audition Stand Out

Session description:  

Learn how to apply for a music degree and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
9 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
A Conversation with School of Social Work

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Social Work ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where unique combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
How COVID-19 Unraveled Our Food System

Session description:  

In this session, hear an expert explain how our food systems and urban systems have been impacted by COVID-19. You will learn sustainability lessons from the first wave of the virus and how to plan for a future that is more resilient in face of any potential hazards.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Becoming a Nurse: It's More Than You Imagine

Session description:  

Dr. Katherine Kenny, associate dean in the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, will discuss the preparation and role of the registered nurse.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Big Business at Smaller Campuses

Session description:  

Explore new opportunities within smaller communities while still taking advantage of the resources of a large university — smaller class sizes, more connections to faculty and opportunities to participate in research are available in the business degree programs offered at the Polytechnic and West campuses.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Anchors Away! Voice and Teleprompter Training for TV News

Session description:  

Train your television voice and practice reading a teleprompter with AZPBS producer and Cronkite faculty member Allysa Adams.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Discovering Engineering and Technology Programs at ASU

Session description:  

Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arts and Design Student Panel

Session description:  

Do you want to know what it is like to be a student at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU? Join us as Herberger Institute students share their experiences and answer any student life questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
10:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Exploring Liberal Arts at Tempe: Social Sciences

Session description:  

Do you find yourself observing human communication and behavior? Have you ever wondered about the intersection of people and policy? Find solutions to the world's most pressing issues by gaining the skills needed to better understand how societies interact. From political science and global health to sociology and justice studies, the social sciences at ASU offer more than 80 degree programs to choose from. In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the social sciences at the Tempe campus.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" First-Year Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions first-year student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will receive as a future Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Sustainability and Our Post-COVID-19 World

Session description:  

Living in a globalized world and enduring a pandemic has affected social interaction. Attendees will learn about the impact of COVID-19 on socioeconomic systems.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring the Humanities at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Student Life in the Design School

Session description:  

Do you want to know what it’s like to be a student at the Design School? Join us as our current design students share their experiences and answer any student life-related questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
Noon / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Arts and Design Opportunities for Non-Majors

Session description:  

Add creativity to your college experience with a Herberger Institute class. This session will cover arts and design opportunities for students in any major. Opportunities for non-majors include a variety of courses in the following areas: art, digital culture, design, film, dance, theatre and music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Don't Even Open That PowerPoint: Technology in the Classroom

Session description:  

Technology has the potential for amazing educational opportunities. Still, some teachers do not realize how to provide their students with those opportunities. Likewise, students who may be technologically savvy may not know how they can use technology for learning. Sure, snapchatting is important, but what else can tech do? This session reviews exciting ways teachers can personalize learning with technology and identifies learning strategies students can apply by taking advantage of digital tools.

Presented by
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

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1 p.m. / Register
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
ASU is #1 in Innovation, So Why Not Study It?

Session description:  

What does it mean to study the future of innovation? Join faculty from the School for the Future of Innovation in Society to see how we discuss the future of science, technology and its impact to change the world.

Presented by
School for the Future of Innovation in Society

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1 p.m. / Register
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
Paving Your Path to a Career in Health With Any Major

Session description:  

Are you interested in a career in a medical field such as health or pre-med? Learn about traditional and new, innovative degree programs found across multiple campuses that lead to a variety of health careers.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
WPC Scholarships: Don't Leave Money on the Table

Session description:  

Come learn about scholarships offered by the W. P. Carey School of Business, including personal statements, application requirements and deadlines.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

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1 p.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Where Do You Want to Live and Work? Study and Work Local-to-Global

Session description:  

Learn about sustainability degrees that focus on finding solutions to environmental, economic and social challenges. School of Sustainability students benefit from experiential learning, hands-on projects, capstone courses, internships, research opportunities, workshops, service learning, field experience and study abroad courses. The knowledge and solutions created today will shape our quality of life as well as future generations — we have an opportunity and an obligation to make our world more sustainable. You can help lead our world toward a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, admission to nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

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1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Undergraduate Research Opportunities in the Fulton Schools

Session description:  

Are you interested in participating in research as an undergraduate student? Come learn about research opportunities available to our Fulton Schools students. We will highlight our Grand Challenges Scholars Program and Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative programs.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

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1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences at the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity for our students to work side-by-side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Exploring Pre-Law Opportunities at West

Session description:  

Students can major in any program at ASU and still be considered a pre-law student. Join our pre-professions advisor to explore all the opportunities and support available to students considering future careers in the field of law.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
A Live Tour of Barrett at the Tempe Campus

Session description:  

Join a current Barrett student as they take you on a stroll through the Barrett complex and residential community.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

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1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Opening Doors, Sparking Fires: Connecting for Public Good

Session description:  

We believe in the power of arts and design for transforming our communities for a better future. In this interactive session, explore how small sparks of insight and imagination through unlikely connections can light the fire toward understanding your purpose as an artist or designer for public good.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

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2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Nursing and Healthcare Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet current Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation students, who will share their Sun Devil stories — including major and career exploration, why they chose ASU and the Edson College, their favorite parts about being a Sun Devil, and tips for success. You'll have the opportunity to have all of your questions answered!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

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3:30 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Engineering Projects in Community Service

Session description:  

The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS, is a nationally award-winning social entrepreneurship program. Teams design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools and other nonprofit organizations. Our students aren't waiting to graduate to make a difference — they are tackling the world's problems today. Join this session to learn more about how you can participate in EPICS.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

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3:30 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Sustainable Sports

Session description:  

Step up to the plate and hit a home run for the environment, society and our economy. Learn how sports provide a platform for impact beyond anything currently available. Star alumnus Garret Wong, membership manager for the Green Sports Alliance, will join this game-winning discussion.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Paving Your Path to a Career in Law With Any Major

Session description:  

Interested in pursuing a career in the legal field? This session will discuss how ASU supports students in discovering their interests and assists them in their path to law school.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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3:30 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College Of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Coastal Resilience Research: Navigating Uncharted Waters

Session description:  

How does policy protect ecosystem diversity and improve the resilience of coastal communities? Discover the relationships between human-designed regulation and the health of our natural environments. Learn how to get involved with research and what it is like to work in academia.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

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6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Thursday, June 25, 2020
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More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

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8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Hit it Out of The Park: Interviewing Athletes

Session description:  

How do you get impactful information from athletes and coaches? Learn and practice interview techniques with Cronkite Sports Bureau directors Brett Kurland and Paola Boivin.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

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10 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity to work side by side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Start Your Journey Where Business is Personal

Session description:  

As a W. P. Carey student, you will thrive alongside other business-focused students. You will find countless opportunities to shape an exceptional college experience and an even better future. Be part of one of the nation’s best business schools — in a tight-knit community of faculty, staff and students who respect your value and are inspired to create an environment of success that provides you with strong support from day one at ASU.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

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10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Education Career: Teaching the Visually Impaired

Session description:  

Explore the unique and high-demand career path of teaching for visually impaired. As a TVI, you will make a difference every day by working with blind and partially sighted students across educational settings. While the goal of all TVIs is the same — to help students live independently — there are a variety of career paths available. TVIs can work with babies, children, teens or adults, and can work in a classroom, facility or home setting. Hear from experts at ASU and the Foundation for Blind Children about how you can pursue a dual-certification degree that will prepare you for this rewarding career.

Presented by
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

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10 a.m. / Register
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Dinner for 9.6 Billion: Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Food Systems

Session description:  

In your lifetime, the human population will reach Earth's capacity. In this session, you'll learn how we need to build solutions today to ensure our population of 9.6 billion people in 2050 will have the water, energy and technologies to meet the global demand for food. For example, as cities grow, farmland is sold for development and urban farming is a vital strategy for a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Campus Life at Downtown Phoenix Campus

Session description:  

Come meet the dean of students at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus and learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about clubs, events and student life from the Office of Student Engagement.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

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10 a.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

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10 a.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

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11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Virtual Scavenger Hunt

Session description:  

Have fun and win prizes while learning about the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this interactive, scavenger hunt-style session, we'll pose Edson College trivia questions and you'll search for answers on our website. Winners will win fun Edson College swag!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

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11:30 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Exploring Liberal Arts at Tempe: Humanities

Session description:  

Have you ever pondered what influences the human experience? Are you interested in examining fundamental questions and experiences from diverse perspectives? Become a problem solver, leader and lifelong learner who can answer global challenges with empathy and creativity. From history and philosophy, to creative writing and foreign languages, delve into the humanities with more than 60 degree programs to choose from. In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the humanities at the Tempe campus.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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11:30 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
How COVID-19 Unraveled Our Food System

Session description:  

In this session, hear an expert explain how our food systems and urban systems have been impacted by COVID-19. You will learn sustainability lessons from the first wave of the virus and how to plan for a future that is more resilient in face of any potential hazards.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where unique combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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11:30 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Social Hour with Business Students

Session description:  

Come socialize with current W. P. Carey School of Business students. Learn about what it's like to be a student in the W. P. Carey School of Business and get answers to any questions you have.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

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1 p.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Paving Your Path to a Career in Health With Any Major

Session description:  

Are you interested in a career in a medical field such as health or pre-med? Learn about traditional and new, innovative degree programs found across multiple campuses that lead to a variety of health careers.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Join ASU Venture Devils and Transform Your Idea Into a Reality

Session description:  

ASU Venture Devils aims to catalyze the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide dedicated startup support. Accepted founders also receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings, and venture development spaces. Hosted by Dr. Brent Sebold, executive director of venture development at Enterpreneurship + Innovation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

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1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Paving Your Path to a Career in Nursing

Session description:  

If you are interested in nursing and do not yet have a bachelor's degree, this session is for you! This session is ideal for transfer students interested in nursing, but all are welcome to attend. We will take a deep dive into both our Traditional Prelicensure Clinical Nursing Program and our Concurrent Enrollment Program, admission requirements, the selection process and more.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

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1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" First-Year Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions first-year student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will receive as a future Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

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1 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Career Development at ASU

Session description:  

Explore different opportunities available at ASU to help you launch your career, and learn about how Career and Professional Development Services can assist you on your journey.

Presented by
Career and Professional Development Services

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1 p.m. / Register
Career and Professional Development Services
Study Abroad 101

Session description:  

Did you know that you can earn ASU course credit while traveling the world? Join the Study Abroad Office to learn how you can take advantage of all ASU has to offer, including global experiences! In this session, you'll hear from students who have previously studied abroad, discover the benefits of participating in a study abroad program, learn how to find the right program for you, and dive into financing and scholarship opportunities.

Presented by
Study Abroad Office

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1 p.m. / Register
Study Abroad Office
Explore How You Can Change the World

Session description:  

Join us for a conversation with current Sun Devils and learn more about their personal journeys as changemakers at ASU. This moderated conversation will highlight multiple ways you can make a difference in the community as part of your college experience. Student leadership opportunities through public service, volunteering, sustainability, civic engagement and entrepreneurship will be highlighted.

Presented by
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation

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1 p.m. / Register
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation
Exploring the Humanities at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Choose Your Adventure: Pathways Toward Careers in Sustainability

Session description:  

There is a lot to learn from experiences outside of class, such as following internships into the career field. How do your education steps lead to post-graduation destinations?

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Beyond the Classroom: Integrative Sciences and Arts

Session description:  

Learn about opportunities to engage with your college outside of the classroom. The Office of Student Engagement and the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts will walk you through getting involved on campus and finding activities that fit your interests. The College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at the Polytechnic campus offers programs such as applied biological science, communication, English, history, interdisciplinary studies, science, technology and society, and technical communication. Not sure what you want to major in at ASU? Learn how the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts assists exploratory students and provides valuable resources throughout the major and career selection process.

Presented by
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

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1 p.m. / Register
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Audition Tips and Tricks for Dancers and Actors

Session description:  

Learn how to prepare for an audition and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts

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1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts
The Honors Curriculum – The Academic Experience and Other Opportunities

Session description:  

Learn about the variety of ways to earn your 36 honors credits, from the Human Event class to your senior thesis or creative project and everything else in between.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

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1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Creative Career Services: Professional Development for Arts, Design and Performance

Session description:  

We get it, "career" is a scary word. But it doesn't have to be. Are you looking for to work in the fields of arts, design, and performance? Join this informative session to learn more about career exploration in your field, tips for job searching, strategies for applying, and advice on networking and "making it" in your industry. Start your professional development now and be ready for successful future!

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

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2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Campus Life at Polytechnic Campus

Session description:  

Meet student engagement staff and student leaders from ASU’s Polytechnic campus. Learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about campus traditions, clubs, events and student life.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

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2 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Paving Your Path to a Career in Law With Any Major

Session description:  

Interested in pursuing a career in the legal field? This session will discuss how ASU supports students in discovering their interests and assists them in their path to law school.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Explore the Computing Disciplines within the Fulton Schools

Session description:  

Are you interested in a computing discipline, but not sure which program is the right fit for you? In this session, we will explore the Fulton Schools computing disciplines, helping you find the program that fits you and your goals best.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

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3:30 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Conversation with the School of Community Resources and Development and School of Public Affairs

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Community Resources and Development and Public Affairs ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

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3:30 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Sustainability Storytelling: Student-produced Short Documentaries

Session description:  

Relax at home with your favorite movie snack and watch two 2020 documentary shorts produced in Professor Byck’s class. “Plant the Rain” shows how a renegade rainwater harvester and a band of elementary school kids maximize the desert’s water. “Holding on to the Corn” explores the multi-generational effort to create a healthier community through Hopi knowledge and traditions. The filmmakers will join us and answer your questions!!

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Head West ... The Place to Be

Session description:  

Want to learn more about ASU’s West campus? Come see what current students are saying about it. Student leaders will share more about life outside of the classroom in an interactive session.

Presented by
Dean of Students - West Campus

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3:30 p.m. / Register
Dean of Students - West Campus
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that Sun Devil life has to offer at the Tempe campus. We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government, and much more.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

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3:30 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Supporting your Sun Devil: Resources for Families

Session description:  

The session provides families with information on supporting their student through the enrollment process, utilizing family resources and building their own ASU experience.

Presented by
ASU Family

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3:30 p.m. / Register
ASU Family
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Peer Coaching and Success at ASU

Session description:  

First-year students at ASU have access to peer success coaches. Join us to learn how your coach will help you set goals, improve your well-being, get connected to resources and maintain or improve your grades!

Presented by
ASU First-Year Success Center

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3:30 p.m. / Register
ASU First-Year Success Center
What is Digital Culture?

Session description:  

Interested in digital media? Want to turn code into art? Learn more about our digital culture degree program, play with some student projects and get answers to any questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

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5 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Investigate the Field of Forensic Science

Session description:  

For students dreaming of investigating crime scenes or analyzing DNA in a lab, ASU's New College offers the forensic science program. By combining study in biology, chemistry and oral communication with hands-on investigation into real cold cases, students will be uniquely prepared to enter the career field upon graduation.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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5 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, admission to nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

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5 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Forging Your Own Path at The College

Session description:  

Are you interested in creating positive and impactful change? Make your mark at The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the Tempe campus. With more than 95 undergraduate degree programs in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences, you'll have the opportunity to explore and sculpt a personalized experience for your desired career path. From mathematics and anthropology to chemistry and history, forge your own path at the academic heart of ASU. Learn more about the university's largest and most diverse college and how you can customize your experience through study abroad, undergraduate research, internships and more. Begin your ASU journey with The College today.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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5 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Q&A with Current Sustainability Students

Session description:  

Meet current students in the School of Sustainability and hear about their classes, campus environments, field trips, study abroad programs and plans for their future careers. Just like our transdisciplinary program, our students represent a wide array of interests and backgrounds and course-study options. They're looking forward to share their stories with you.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Arts and Design Opportunities for Non-Majors

Session description:  

Add creativity to your college experience with a Herberger Institute class. This session will cover arts and design opportunities for students in any major. Opportunities for non-majors include a variety of courses in the following areas: art, digital culture, design, film, dance, theatre and music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
7 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
The Arts and Design at ASU: Finding the Right Program For You

Session description:  

Learn about the degree programs, admission requirements and resources at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. The Herberger Institute comprises the School of Art; the School of Arts, Media and Engineering; the Design School; the School of Film, Dance and Theatre; and the School of Music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
7:30 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
The Future of Film at ASU, the New American Film School

Session description:  

Join us to learn more about our exciting curricular redesign, new facilities, technologies, resources and expert film faculty.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Friday, June 26, 2020
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More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Join us any time from 2-4 p.m. to get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  2 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Head West ... The Place to Be

Session description:  

Want to learn more about ASU’s West campus? Come see what current students are saying about it. Student leaders will share more about life outside of the classroom in an interactive session.

Presented by
Dean of Students - West Campus

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Dean of Students - West Campus
Peer Coaching and Success at ASU

Session description:  

First-year students at ASU are supported with a peer success coach. Join us to learn how your coach will help you set goals, improve your well-being, connect you to resources and even boost your grades.

Presented by
ASU First-Year Success Center

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
ASU First-Year Success Center
ASU@Lake Havasu

Session description:  

This live-hosted event will include a presentation on the admission and enrollment processes at ASU, a Q&A session with an admission representative, and information about student life at ASU@Lake Havasu.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that Sun Devil life has to offer at the Tempe campus. We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government, and much more.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register  1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness
Campus Life at Downtown Phoenix Campus

Session description:  

Come meet the dean of students at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus and learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about clubs, events and student life from the Office of Student Engagement.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
How Can Honors Help Me as a Nursing or Pre-Health Student?

Session description:  

At ASU there are special opportunities and resources available to pre-health students, including some unique to Barrett. Attend this session to learn more about what’s available to pre-health students in the honors college.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Study Abroad 101

Session description:  

Did you know that you can earn ASU course credit while traveling the world? Join the Study Abroad Office to learn how you can take advantage of all ASU has to offer, including global experiences. In this session, you’ll hear from students who have previously studied abroad, discover the benefits of participating, learn how to find the right program for you, and dive into financing and scholarship opportunities.

Presented by
Study Abroad Office

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Study Abroad Office
Campus Life at Polytechnic Campus

Session description:  

Meet Student Engagement staff and student leaders from the ASU Polytechnic campus. Learn about the student experience, including information about campus traditions, clubs, events and student life.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Sun Devil Spirit, Pride and Tradition

Session description:  

Join the Student Alumni Association for a session all about the spirit, pride and traditions here at ASU. We’ll take you to Sun Devil Stadium, where you’ll understand what it means to be a student in the Inferno, and to the top of “A” Mountain to see why it is so significant to Sun Devils. We’ll have contests and plenty of prizes for participants as well. Bring your ‘A’ game, and go Devils!

Presented by
Student Alumni Association

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Student Alumni Association
General Overview of Curriculum and Admission Processes

Session description:  

Learn about how Barrett works alongside being an ASU student, with particular emphasis on the application process and curriculum.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
3 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Moving Away For College: An Out-of-State Student Panel

Session description:  

Are you an out-of-state student thinking about ASU? Then this is a great workshop to attend! You’ll learn about our thriving campus community, how to get connected and steps to make ASU your new home — from current ASU students who once were in your exact shoes. Ask questions about campus living, student clubs, first-year jitters and what advice they have for a successful transition to college.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
3 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Explore How You Can Change the World

Session description:  

Join us for a conversation with current Sun Devils and learn more about their personal journeys as changemakers at ASU. This moderated conversation will highlight multiple ways you can make a difference in the community as part of your college experience. Student leadership opportunities through public service, volunteering, sustainability, civic engagement and entrepreneurship will be highlighted.

Presented by
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation
The Next Generation Service Corps: Cross Sector Leaders for the Challenges of Tomorrow

Session description:  

Learn how to become part of the Next Generation Service Corps. This four-year program supplements your chosen degree program by engaging you in a social issue that you’re passionate about, leadership curriculum and opportunities, and internships that further your learning. Cohort members learn about the private, public, nonprofit and military sectors, and the powerful collaboration that can impact their community for the greater good. A two-year track is available for transfer students. The PSA Financial Commitment Award is available to all members of the NGSC.

Presented by
Public Service Academy

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Public Service Academy
Saturday, June 27, 2020
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More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Join us any time from 8-10 a.m. to get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Peer Coaching and Success at ASU

Session description:  

First-year students at ASU are supported with a peer success coach. Join us to learn how your coach will help you set goals, improve your well-being, connect you to resources and even boost your grades.

Presented by
ASU First-Year Success Center

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
ASU First-Year Success Center
Getting the Most Out of Your Honors Experience

Session description:  

Join a panel of staff and students to discover the value of a four-year honors curriculum, additional academic and social opportunities, and a supportive residential community.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:15 a.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that being a Sun Devil has to offer at the Tempe campus! We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government and so much more!

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register  1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness
Transfer student signup

Transfer student sessions are for students interested in transferring to ASU who have already graduated high school and already have college credits.

Browse through sessions day by day, and register for the sessions that interest you the most. Session times are in Arizona, MST. To see the session start time based on your location, click on the time.

Sessions key  
Academic session
Student experience session
Admission session
Most sessions last 45-60 minutes. You may register for as many sessions as you like.
Sunday, June 21, 2020
Session title Presented by Start time (MST)/registration link
More to Explore Week Welcome

Session description:  

How can you make the most of ASU’s More to Explore event as a transfer student? Kick off the week by attending this live welcome session for advice from staff and students. Take a cue from our motto, “Go Devils!” and discover what makes ASU a great place to achieve your college goals — academic programs designed with you in mind offered virtually or in-person, internships, and a lifelong social network. This session is ideal for students transferring to ASU this fall or in the future.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register  7 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Monday, June 22, 2020
Session title Presented by Start time (MST)/registration link
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
More to Explore Week Welcome

Session description:  

How can you make the most of ASU’s More to Explore event as a transfer student? Kick off the week by attending this live welcome session for advice from staff and students. Take a cue from our motto, “Go Devils!” and discover what makes ASU a great place to achieve your college goals — academic programs designed with you in mind offered virtually or in-person, internships, and a lifelong social network. This session is ideal for students transferring to ASU this fall or in the future.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
In-Person vs. Online Degree Programs

Session description:  

ASU offers many different learning formats to fit into your specific circumstances and lifestyle. Learn about the variety of teaching methods available to ASU students to keep them on track to graduation.

Presented by
Admission Services and Ed Plus

Start time (MST)/registration link
noon / Register
Admission Services and Ed Plus
Exploring an Honors Education — One College at Four Campuses

Session description:  

In this general overview, learn about Barrett at all four of ASU’s metropolitan Phoenix area campuses and discover the unique experiences of each location.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Finding Your Transfer Pathway

Session description:  

Whether you're joining the Sun Devil community this year or down the road, now is the time to prepare. Attend this session hosted by transfer coordinators to uncover your next steps, explore Transfer Pathways options, and get application tips and advice.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register  5 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Exploring the Transfer Credit Guide

Session description:  

Do you have credits you'd like to transfer to ASU? Attend this interactive session to explore ASU's signature transfer credit resource, the Transfer Credit Guide, to understand how your courses transfer to ASU.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register  6:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
The Future of Film at ASU, the New American Film School

Session description:  

Join us to learn more about our exciting curricular redesign, new facilities, technologies, resources and expert film faculty.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
4 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Lights, Camera, Action! A Sneak Peek On Your Future Film Classes

Session description:  

This session is designed specifically for incoming film students and admitted students who want to add film electives or a film minor to their studies. You will discuss engaging topics, meet and learn from our expert faculty, and participate with other incoming students.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Session title Presented by Start time (MST)/registration link
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
School of Art Welcome and Class Session Invitation

Session description:  

Join the School of Art for a quick welcome and introduction. Afterward, you will have the opportunity to join a classroom session for incoming first-year and transfer students.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Creating Your Colorful Future: A Sneak Peak Into Art Classes at ASU

Session description:  

This session is designed specifically for incoming students majoring in art and admitted students who want to double major in art or add a studio art minor to their studies at ASU. You will explore the infinite nature of color and dive into the history, science, and perception of color through interactive activities and small group discussions.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
9 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring the Humanties at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Greatest HIITs: Degree Programs in Kinesiology, Sports, and Exercise science

Session description:  

Are you considering a career in physical therapy, exercise physiology, or strength and conditioning? The College of Health Solutions offers three unique bachelor's degree programs in kinesiology, exercise and wellness, and sports science and performance programming. Join this session to learn more about each degree program and explore the variety of career paths available. You'll meet faculty who will discuss the coursework and career outcomes for each of the majors. As an added bonus, we'll show you the weight room where students are able to apply what they learn about human physiology and movement mechanics in a hands-on environment.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Education: The World's Most Important Profession

Session description:  

As an educator, you can help drive the most important and positive changes on the planet. But that's not all. It's a dynamic field with multiple pathways to jobs after graduation. Join this session to explore what it means to be an educator, learn about funding opportunities for future teachers, and hear about the personalized support and professional experiences students receive at ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

Presented by
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, the admission process for nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Sustainability and Our Post-COVID-19 World

Session description:  

Living in a globalized world and enduring a pandemic has affected social interaction. Attendees will learn about the impact of COVID-19 on socioeconomic systems.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Discovering Engineering and Technology Programs at ASU

Session description:  

Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Let's Get Down to Business

Session description:  

An exceptional business education transcends academic disciplines. Blows your mind. Teaches you to do good while doing well. Challenges you. Inspires you. Challenges you again. Makes it possible to turn your dreams into reality. Let's get down to business!

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
The Arts and Design at ASU: Finding the Right Program For You

Session description:  

Learn about the degree programs, admission requirements and resources at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. The Herberger Institute comprises the School of Art; the School of Arts, Media and Engineering; the Design School; the School of Film, Dance and Theatre; and the School of Music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Sustainability Storytelling: Student-Produced Short Documentaries

Session description:  

Relax at home with your favorite movie snack and watch two 2020 documentary shorts produced in Professor Byck’s class. “Plant the Rain” shows how a renegade rainwater harvester and a band of elementary school kids maximize the desert’s water. “Holding on to the Corn” explores the multi-generational effort to create a healthier community through Hopi knowledge and traditions. The filmmakers will join us and answer your questions!

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Strategic Social Media

Session description:  

You already love Instagram and Twitter, but how do you use them strategically to grow your audience, build a brand and create opportunities? Hear how from Cronkite School Associate Dean Jessica Pucci.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity for our students to work side-by-side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Chop it Like it's Hot: Exploring Nutrition Majors

Session description:  

The College of Health Solutions offers three unique bachelor's degree programs in dietetics, food and nutrition entrepreneurship, and nutritional science. Join this session to learn more about each degree program and explore the variety of career paths available in nutrition. You'll meet faculty who will discuss the coursework and career outcomes for the different nutrition majors. As an added bonus, we'll show you the Kitchen Café, where students prepare, cook and serve meals to the general public at a reasonable price under the supervision of our chef and instructional retail kitchen coordinator.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" Transfer Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions transfer student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will have as a Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Afternoon at the Art Museum

Session description:  

Come learn about one of ASU's greatest creative resources: the ASU Art Museum. Curators and education specialists will talk about what the ASU Art Museum is up to and what will be happening in the fall season.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, where unique, cutting-edge combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues while gaining powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Where Do You Want to Live and Work? Study and Work Local-to-Global

Session description:  

Learn about sustainability degrees that focus on finding solutions to environmental, economic and social challenges. School of Sustainability students benefit from experiential learning, hands-on projects, capstone courses, internships, research opportunities, workshops, service learning, field experience and study abroad courses. The knowledge and solutions created today will shape our quality of life as well as future generations — we have an opportunity and an obligation to make our world more sustainable. You can help lead our world toward a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
How Health Innovation Helps in a Pandemic

Session description:  

Dr. Michael Collins, associate director for health entrepreneurship and innovation, discusses the role that health innovation has during a pandemic.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Steps to Transfer to Business School

Session description:  

Learn about your next steps to ensure a smooth transition to the W. P. Carey School of Business and about all the ways you can get involved to prepare for your future.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Translating Imagination into Innovation: Blending Technology and Society

Session description:  

Learn about the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, where we explore science and technology with thoughtful study focused on their ethical and social impacts.

Presented by
School for the Future of Innovation in Society

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
Make it Happen: Giving Your Career the Right Edge

Session description:  

Do you want an edge in your future career? Do you want to make an impact? Come learn tips and tricks from the pros to advance your career, life and ideas — and make it happen. Hosted by Dr. Brent Sebold, executive director of venture development at Enterpreneurship + Innovation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
How Can Honors Help Me as an Engineering Student?

Session description:  

Do you wonder how being an engineering student works in an honors college? This session explores the benefits and additional opportunities that Barrett provides engineering students at the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Audition Tips and Tricks for Dancers and Actors

Session description:  

Learn how to prepare for an audition and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Coastal Resilience Research: Navigating Uncharted Waters

Session description:  

How does policy protect ecosystem diversity and improve the resilience of coastal communities? Discover the relationships between human-designed regulation and the health of our natural environments. Learn how to get involved with research and what it is like to work in academia.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
A Conversation about Criminology and Criminal Justice

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
The Spectrum of Scientific Discovery

Session description:  

Does scientific inquiry pique your interest? Are you interested in making new discoveries through observational and experimental evidence? Push boundaries, adapt to new challenges and make important research contributions that impact the health and lives of people around the world. From biological sciences and mathematics to psychology and earth and space exploration, find your place in the natural sciences with more 70 degree programs to choose from. In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the natural sciences at the Tempe campus.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Exploring Pre-health Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Students can major in any program at ASU and still be considered a pre-health student. Join our pre-professions advisor to explore all the opportunities and support available to students considering future careers in the field of health care.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Choose Your Adventure: Pathways Toward Careers in Sustainability

Session description:  

There is a lot to learn from experiences outside of class, such as following internships into the career field. How do your education steps lead to post-graduation destinations?

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Forging Your Own Path at The College

Session description:  

Are you interested in creating positive and impactful change? Make your mark at The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on the Tempe campus. With more than 95 undergraduate degree programs in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences, you'll have the opportunity to explore and sculpt a personalized experience for your desired career path. From mathematics and anthropology to chemistry and history, forge your own path at the academic heart of ASU. Learn more about the university's largest and most diverse college and how you can customize your experience through study abroad, undergraduate research, internships and more. Begin your ASU journey with The College today.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
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More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Music Venues: An Inside Look At ASU's Concert Halls

Session description:  

Learn about the history of the various spaces where music majors practice and perform.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
How to Make Your Music Application and Audition Stand Out

Session description:  

Learn how to apply for a music degree and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
9 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where unique combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
How COVID-19 Unraveled Our Food System

Session description:  

In this session, hear an expert explain how our food systems and urban systems have been impacted by COVID-19. You will learn sustainability lessons from the first wave of the virus and how to plan for a future that is more resilient in face of any potential hazards.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Becoming a Nurse: It's More Than You Imagine

Session description:  

Dr. Katherine Kenny, associate dean in the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, will discuss the preparation and role of the registered nurse.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Big Business at Smaller Campuses

Session description:  

Explore new opportunities within smaller communities while still taking advantage of the resources of a large university — smaller class sizes, more connections to faculty and opportunities to participate in research are available in the business degree programs offered at the Polytechnic and West campuses.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Discovering Engineering and Technology Programs at ASU

Session description:  

Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Anchors Away! Voice and Teleprompter Training for TV News

Session description:  

Train your television voice and practice reading a teleprompter with AZPBS producer and Cronkite faculty member Allysa Adams.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
A Conversation with School of Social Work

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Social Work ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Arts and Design Student Panel

Session description:  

Do you want to know what it is like to be a student at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU? Join us as Herberger Institute students share their experiences and answer any student life questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
10:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Sustainability and Our Post-COVID-19 World

Session description:  

Living in a globalized world and enduring a pandemic has affected social interaction. Attendees will learn about the impact of COVID-19 on socioeconomic systems.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring the Humanties at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Exploring Liberal Arts at Tempe: Social Sciences

Session description:  

Do you find yourself observing human communication and behavior? Have you ever wondered about the intersection of people and policy? Find solutions to the world's most pressing issues by gaining the skills needed to better understand how societies interact. From political science and global health to sociology and justice studies, the social sciences at ASU offer more than 80 degree programs to choose from. In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the social sciences at the Tempe campus.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Student Life in the Design School

Session description:  

Do you want to know what it’s like to be a student at the Design School? Join us as our current design students share their experiences and answer any student life-related questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
Noon / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences at the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity for our students to work side-by-side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" Transfer Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions transfer student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will have as a Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Exploring Pre-Law Opportunities at West

Session description:  

Students can major in any program at ASU and still be considered a pre-law student. Join our pre-professions advisor to explore all the opportunities and support available to students considering future careers in the field of law.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Where Do You Want to Live and Work? Study and Work Local-to-Global

Session description:  

Learn about sustainability degrees that focus on finding solutions to environmental, economic and social challenges. School of Sustainability students benefit from experiential learning, hands-on projects, capstone courses, internships, research opportunities, workshops, service learning, field experience and study abroad courses. The knowledge and solutions created today will shape our quality of life as well as future generations — we have an opportunity and an obligation to make our world more sustainable. You can help lead our world toward a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, admission to nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Don't Even Open That PowerPoint: Technology in the Classroom

Session description:  

Technology has the potential for amazing educational opportunities. Still, some teachers do not realize how to provide their students with those opportunities. Likewise, students who may be technologically savvy may not know how they can use technology for learning. Sure, snapchatting is important, but what else can tech do? This session reviews exciting ways teachers can personalize learning with technology and identifies learning strategies students can apply by taking advantage of digital tools.

Presented by
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Undergraduate Research Opportunities in the Fulton Schools

Session description:  

Are you interested in participating in research as an undergraduate student? Come learn about research opportunities available to our Fulton Schools students. We will highlight our Grand Challenges Scholars Program and Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative programs.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
ASU is #1 in Innovation, So Why Not Study It?

Session description:  

What does it mean to study the future of innovation? Join faculty from the School for the Future of Innovation in Society to see how we discuss the future of science, technology and its impact to change the world.

Presented by
School for the Future of Innovation in Society

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
Paving Your Path to a Career in Health With Any Major

Session description:  

Are you interested in a career in a medical field such as health or pre-med? Learn about traditional and new, innovative degree programs found across multiple campuses that lead to a variety of health careers.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Arts and Design Opportunities for Non-Majors

Session description:  

Add creativity to your college experience with a Herberger Institute class. This session will cover arts and design opportunities for students in any major. Opportunities for non-majors include a variety of courses in the following areas: art, digital culture, design, film, dance, theatre and music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
WPC Scholarships: Don't Leave Money on the Table

Session description:  

Come learn about scholarships offered by the W. P. Carey School of Business, including personal statements, application requirements and deadlines.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
A Live Tour of Barrett at the Tempe Campus

Session description:  

Join a current Barrett student as they take you on a stroll through the Barrett complex and residential community.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Opening Doors, Sparking Fires: Connecting for Public Good

Session description:  

We believe in the power of arts and design for transforming our communities for a better future. In this interactive session, explore how small sparks of insight and imagination through unlikely connections can light the fire toward understanding your purpose as an artist or designer for public good.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Transferring to the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Session description:  

The College of Integrative Sciences and Arts offers transfer students undergraduate degree programs and foundational skill development in humanities, social and natural sciences, and mathematics for a rapidly changing marketplace. Embracing change and rethinking the educational experience creates dynamic and innovative students for tomorrow's world. The College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at the Polytechnic campus offers programs such as applied biological science, communication, English, history, interdisciplinary studies, science, technology and society, and technical communication. Not sure what you want to major in at ASU? Learn how the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts assists exploratory students and provides valuable resources throughout the major and career selection process.

Presented by
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Sustainable Sports

Session description:  

Step up to the plate and hit a home run for the environment, society and our economy. Learn how sports provide a platform for impact beyond anything currently available. Star alumnus Garret Wong, membership manager for the Green Sports Alliance, will join this game-winning discussion.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Paving Your Path to a Career in Law With Any Major

Session description:  

Interested in pursuing a career in the legal field? This session will discuss how ASU supports students in discovering their interests and assists them in their path to law school.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College Of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Nursing and Healthcare Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet current Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation students, who will share their Sun Devil stories — including major and career exploration, why they chose ASU and the Edson College, their favorite parts about being a Sun Devil, and tips for success. You'll have the opportunity to have all of your questions answered!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Engineering Projects in Community Service

Session description:  

The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS, is a nationally award-winning social entrepreneurship program. Teams design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools and other nonprofit organizations. Our students aren't waiting to graduate to make a difference — they are tackling the world's problems today. Join this session to learn more about how you can participate in EPICS.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Nursing Information Session for Postbaccalaureate Students

Session description:  

If you already have a bachelor's degree and are interested in becoming a registered nurse, this session will help you understand your nursing degree options at ASU. In this session, we will review the Accelerated Clinical Nursing program (formerly the Postbaccalaureate Clinical Nursing Program), the Concurrent Enrollment Program and the Master of Science in Nursing (Entry to Nursing Practice). You will walk away with all the details on prerequisites, admission requirements, the selection process and your steps to get started.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Coastal Resilience Research: Navigating Uncharted Waters

Session description:  

How does policy protect ecosystem diversity and improve the resilience of coastal communities? Discover the relationships between human-designed regulation and the health of our natural environments. Learn how to get involved with research and what it is like to work in academia.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Thursday, June 25, 2020
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More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Start Your Journey Where Business is Personal

Session description:  

As a W. P. Carey student, you will thrive alongside other business-focused students. You will find countless opportunities to shape an exceptional college experience and an even better future. Be part of one of the nation’s best business schools — in a tight-knit community of faculty, staff and students who respect your value and are inspired to create an environment of success that provides you with strong support from day one at ASU.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Dinner for 9.6 Billion: Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Food Systems

Session description:  

In your lifetime, the human population will reach Earth's capacity. In this session, you'll learn how we need to build solutions today to ensure our population of 9.6 billion people in 2050 will have the water, energy and technologies to meet the global demand for food. For example, as cities grow, farmland is sold for development and urban farming is a vital strategy for a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Campus Life at Downtown Phoenix Campus

Session description:  

Come meet the dean of students at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus and learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about clubs, events and student life from the Office of Student Engagement.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Education Career: Teaching the Visually Impaired

Session description:  

Explore the unique and high-demand career path of teaching for visually impaired. As a TVI, you will make a difference every day by working with blind and partially sighted students across educational settings. While the goal of all TVIs is the same — to help students live independently — there are a variety of career paths available. TVIs can work with babies, children, teens or adults, and can work in a classroom, facility or home setting. Hear from experts at ASU and the Foundation for Blind Children about how you can pursue a dual-certification degree that will prepare you for this rewarding career.

Presented by
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" Transfer Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions transfer student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will have as a Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity to work side by side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Hit it Out of the Park: Interviewing Athletes

Session description:  

How do you get impactful information from athletes and coaches? Learn and practice interview techniques with Cronkite Sports Bureau directors Brett Kurland and Paola Boivin.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Forging Your Own Path at The College

Session description:  

Are you interested in creating positive and impactful change? Make your mark at The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on the Tempe campus. With more than 95 undergraduate degree programs in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences, you'll have the opportunity to explore and sculpt a personalized experience for your desired career path. From mathematics and anthropology to chemistry and history, forge your own path at the academic heart of ASU. Learn more about the university's largest and most diverse college and how you can customize your experience through study abroad, undergraduate research, internships and more. Begin your ASU journey with The College today.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness
Exploring Global Business

Session description:  

If you have a global outlook, passion for travel and culture, and desire for an international career, Thunderbird's bachelor degree programs will position you as a global business leader, ready to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing international business environment. Learn from graduate-level faculty in interactive, discussion-based classroom experiences that deepen your learning. Attend to hear from faculty and students, and discover how you can stand out in a world of possibilities.

Presented by
Thunderbird School of Global Management

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Thunderbird School of Global Management
Virtual Scavenger Hunt

Session description:  

Have fun and win prizes while learning about the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this interactive, scavenger hunt-style session, we'll pose Edson College trivia questions and you'll search for answers on our website. Winners will win fun Edson College swag!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where unique combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register  5 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
How COVID-19 Unraveled Our Food System

Session description:  

In this session, hear an expert explain how our food systems and urban systems have been impacted by COVID-19. You will learn sustainability lessons from the first wave of the virus and how to plan for a future that is more resilient in face of any potential hazards.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Exploring Liberal Arts at Tempe: Humanities

Session description:  

Have you ever pondered what influences the human experience? Are you interested in examining fundamental questions and experiences from diverse perspectives? Become a problem solver, leader and lifelong learner who can answer global challenges with empathy and creativity. From history and philosophy, to creative writing and foreign languages, delve into the humanities with more than 60 degree programs to choose from.

In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the humanities at the Tempe campus.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Study Abroad 101

Session description:  

Did you know that you can earn ASU course credit while traveling the world? Join the Study Abroad Office to learn how you can take advantage of all ASU has to offer, including global experiences! In this session, you'll hear from students who have previously studied abroad, discover the benefits of participating in a study abroad program, learn how to find the right program for you, and dive into financing and scholarship opportunities.

Presented by
Study Abroad Office

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Study Abroad Office
Paving Your Path to a Career in Nursing

Session description:  

If you are interested in nursing and do not yet have a bachelor's degree, this session is for you! This session is ideal for transfer students interested in nursing, but all are welcome to attend. We will take a deep dive into both our Traditional Prelicensure Clinical Nursing Program and our Concurrent Enrollment Program, admission requirements, the selection process and more.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Join ASU Venture Devils and Transform Your Idea Into a Reality

Session description:  

ASU Venture Devils aims to catalyze the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide dedicated startup support. Accepted founders also receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings, and venture development spaces. Hosted by Dr. Brent Sebold, executive director of venture development at Enterpreneurship + Innovation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Paving Your Path to a Career in Health With Any Major

Session description:  

Are you interested in a career in a medical field such as health or pre-med? Learn about traditional and new, innovative degree programs found across multiple campuses that lead to a variety of health careers.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Career Development at ASU

Session description:  

Explore different opportunities available at ASU to help you launch your career, and learn about how Career and Professional Development Services can assist you on your journey.

Presented by
Career and Professional Development Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Career and Professional Development Services
Social Hour with Business Students

Session description:  

Come socialize with current W. P. Carey School of Business students. Learn about what it's like to be a student in the W. P. Carey School of Business and get answers to any questions you have.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Beyond the Classroom: Integrative Sciences and Arts

Session description:  

Learn about opportunities to engage with your college outside of the classroom. The Office of Student Engagement and the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts will walk you through getting involved on campus and finding activities that fit your interests. The College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at the Polytechnic campus offers programs such as applied biological science, communication, English, history, interdisciplinary studies, science, technology and society, and technical communication. Not sure what you want to major in at ASU? Learn how the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts assists exploratory students and provides valuable resources throughout the major and career selection process.

Presented by
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Exploring the Humanties at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register  5 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Audition Tips and Tricks for Dancers and Actors

Session description:  

Learn how to prepare for an audition and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Explore How You Can Change the World

Session description:  

Join us for a conversation with current Sun Devils and learn more about their personal journeys as changemakers at ASU. This moderated conversation will highlight multiple ways you can make a difference in the community as part of your college experience. Student leadership opportunities through public service, volunteering, sustainability, civic engagement and entrepreneurship will be highlighted.

Presented by
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation
Choose Your Adventure: Pathways Toward Careers in Sustainability

Session description:  

There is a lot to learn from experiences outside of class, such as following internships into the career field. How do your education steps lead to post-graduation destinations?

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
The Honors Curriculum – The Academic Experience and Other Opportunities

Session description:  

Learn about the variety of ways to earn your 36 honors credits, from the Human Event class to your senior thesis or creative project and everything else in between.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Campus Life at Polytechnic Campus

Session description:  

Meet student engagement staff and student leaders from ASU’s Polytechnic campus. Learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about campus traditions, clubs, events and student life.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Finding Your Transfer Pathway

Session description:  

Whether you're joining the Sun Devil community this year or down the road, now is the time to prepare. Attend this session hosted by transfer coordinators to uncover your next steps, explore Transfer Pathways options, and get application tips and advice.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Creative Career Services: Professional Development for Arts, Design and Performance

Session description:  

We get it, "career" is a scary word. But it doesn't have to be. Are you looking for to work in the fields of arts, design, and performance? Join this informative session to learn more about career exploration in your field, tips for job searching, strategies for applying, and advice on networking and "making it" in your industry. Start your professional development now and be ready for successful future!

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Conversation with the School of Community Resources and Development and School of Public Affairs

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Community Resources and Development and Public Affairs ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Explore the Computing Disciplines within the Fulton Schools

Session description:  

Are you interested in a computing discipline, but not sure which program is the right fit for you? In this session, we will explore the Fulton Schools computing disciplines, helping you find the program that fits you and your goals best.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Supporting Your Sun Devil: Resources for Families

Session description:  

The session provides families with information on supporting their student through the enrollment process, utilizing family resources and building their own ASU experience.

Presented by
Office of Family Information and Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Office of Family Information and Engagement
Paving Your Path to a Career in Law With Any Major

Session description:  

Interested in pursuing a career in the legal field? This session will discuss how ASU supports students in discovering their interests and assists them in their path to law school.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Exploring the Transfer Credit Guide

Session description:  

Do you have credits you'd like to transfer to ASU? Attend this interactive session to explore ASU's signature transfer credit resource, the Transfer Credit Guide, to understand how your courses transfer to ASU.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Sustainability Storytelling: Student-produced Short Documentaries

Session description:  

Relax at home with your favorite movie snack and watch two 2020 documentary shorts produced in Professor Byck’s class. “Plant the Rain” shows how a renegade rainwater harvester and a band of elementary school kids maximize the desert’s water. “Holding on to the Corn” explores the multi-generational effort to create a healthier community through Hopi knowledge and traditions. The filmmakers will join us and answer your questions!!

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Head West ... the place to be

Session description:  

Want to learn more about ASU’s West campus? Come see what current students are saying about it. Student leaders will share more about life outside of the classroom in an interactive session.

Presented by
Dean of Students - West Campus

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Dean of Students - West Campus
Peer Coaching and Success at ASU

Session description:  

First-year students at ASU have access to peer success coaches. Join us to learn how your coach will help you set goals, improve your well-being, get connected to resources and maintain or improve your grades!

Presented by
ASU First-Year Success Center

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
ASU First-Year Success Center
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that Sun Devil life has to offer at the Tempe campus. We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government, and much more.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Investigate the Field of Forensic Science

Session description:  

For students dreaming of investigating crime scenes or analyzing DNA in a lab, ASU's New College offers the forensic science program. By combining study in biology, chemistry and oral communication with hands-on investigation into real cold cases, students will be uniquely prepared to enter the career field upon graduation.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Q&A with Current Sustainability Students

Session description:  

Meet current students in the School of Sustainability and hear about their classes, campus environments, field trips, study abroad programs and plans for their future careers. Just like our transdisciplinary program, our students represent a wide array of interests and backgrounds and course-study options. They're looking forward to share their stories with you.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Transfer Student Success in Engineering

Session description:  

Are you a current college student looking to transfer into the Ira A Fulton Schools of Engineering? In this session, we will walk you through the different pathways, funding opportunities and transfer resources available to you within the Fulton Schools.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
What is Digital Culture?

Session description:  

Interested in digital media? Want to turn code into art? Learn more about our digital culture degree program, play with some student projects and get answers to any questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, admission to nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Arts and Design Opportunities for Non-Majors

Session description:  

Add creativity to your college experience with a Herberger Institute class. This session will cover arts and design opportunities for students in any major. Opportunities for non-majors include a variety of courses in the following areas: art, digital culture, design, film, dance, theatre and music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
7 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
The Arts and Design at ASU: Finding the Right Program For You

Session description:  

Learn about the degree programs, admission requirements and resources at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. The Herberger Institute comprises the School of Art; the School of Arts, Media and Engineering; the Design School; the School of Film, Dance and Theatre; and the School of Music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
7:30 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
The Future of Film at ASU, the New American Film School

Session description:  

Join us to learn more about our exciting curricular redesign, new facilities, technologies, resources and expert film faculty.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Friday, June 26, 2020
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More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Join us any time from 2-4 p.m. to get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  2 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Head West ... the place to be

Session description:  

Want to learn more about ASU’s West campus? Come see what current students are saying about it. Student leaders will share more about life outside of the classroom in an interactive session.

Presented by
Dean of Students - West Campus

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Dean of Students - West Campus
ASU@Lake Havasu

Session description:  

This live-hosted event will include a presentation on the admission and enrollment processes at ASU, a Q&A session with an admission representative, and information about student life at ASU@Lake Havasu.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Peer Coaching and Success at ASU

Session description:  

First-year students at ASU are supported with a peer success coach. Join us to learn how your coach will help you set goals, improve your well-being, connect you to resources and even boost your grades.

Presented by
ASU First-Year Success Center

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
ASU First-Year Success Center
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that Sun Devil life has to offer at the Tempe campus. We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government, and much more.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register  1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness
Campus Life at Downtown Phoenix Campus

Session description:  

Come meet the dean of students at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus and learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about clubs, events and student life from the Office of Student Engagement.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
How Can Honors Help Me as a Nursing or Pre-Health Student?

Session description:  

At ASU there are special opportunities and resources available to pre-health students, including some unique to Barrett. Attend this session to learn more about what’s available to pre-health students in the honors college.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Sun Devil Spirit, Pride and Tradition

Session description:  

Join the Student Alumni Association for a session all about the spirit, pride and traditions here at ASU. We’ll take you to Sun Devil Stadium, where you’ll understand what it means to be a student in the Inferno, and to the top of “A” Mountain to see why it is so significant to Sun Devils. We’ll have contests and plenty of prizes for participants as well. Bring your ‘A’ game, and go Devils!

Presented by
Student Alumni Association

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Student Alumni Association
Campus Life at Polytechnic Campus

Session description:  

Meet Student Engagement staff and student leaders from the ASU Polytechnic campus. Learn about the student experience, including information about campus traditions, clubs, events and student life.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Study Abroad 101

Session description:  

Did you know that you can earn ASU course credit while traveling the world? Join the Study Abroad Office to learn how you can take advantage of all ASU has to offer, including global experiences. In this session, you’ll hear from students who have previously studied abroad, discover the benefits of participating, learn how to find the right program for you, and dive into financing and scholarship opportunities.

Presented by
Study Abroad Office

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Study Abroad Office
General Overview of Curriculum and Admission Processes

Session description:  

Learn about how Barrett works alongside being an ASU student, with particular emphasis on the application process and curriculum.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
3 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Explore How You Can Change The World

Session description:  

Join us for a conversation with current Sun Devils and learn more about their personal journeys as changemakers at ASU. This moderated conversation will highlight multiple ways you can make a difference in the community as part of your college experience. Student leadership opportunities through public service, volunteering, sustainability, civic engagement and entrepreneurship will be highlighted.

Presented by
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation
The Next Generation Service Corps: Cross Sector Leaders for the Challenges of Tomorrow

Session description:  

Learn how to become part of the Next Generation Service Corps. This four-year program supplements your chosen degree program by engaging you in a social issue that you’re passionate about, leadership curriculum and opportunities, and internships that further your learning. Cohort members learn about the private, public, nonprofit and military sectors, and the powerful collaboration that can impact their community for the greater good. A two-year track is available for transfer students. The PSA Financial Commitment Award is available to all members of the NGSC.

Presented by
Public Service Academy

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Public Service Academy
Transfer Talk: A Student Panel

Session description:  

This session will provide the opportunity to ask questions of current ASU students who transferred to ASU. Ask questions about their transfer process, and hear tips and feedback for making your transfer process a success.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Saturday, June 27, 2020
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More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Join us any time from 8-10 a.m. to get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Peer Coaching and Success at ASU

Session description:  

First-year students at ASU are supported with a peer success coach. Join us to learn how your coach will help you set goals, improve your well-being, connect you to resources and even boost your grades.

Presented by
ASU First-Year Success Center

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
ASU First-Year Success Center
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Getting the Most Out of Your Honors Experience

Session description:  

Join a panel of staff and students to discover the value of a four-year honors curriculum, additional academic and social opportunities, and a supportive residential community.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:15 a.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that Sun Devil life has to offer at the Tempe campus. We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government, and much more.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register  1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness
International student signup

International student sessions are for all students who will study on F-1 visas, non-U.S. citizens, whether they are currently in the U.S. or abroad.

Take a look at sessions by day, and register for the ones that interest you the most. Session times are in Arizona, MST. To see the session start time based on your location, click on the time.

Sessions key  
Academic session
Student experience session
Admission session
Most sessions last 45-60 minutes. You may register for as many sessions as you like.
Sunday, June 21, 2020
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More to Explore Week Welcome for Students in China

Session description:  

Session starts at 4 p.m. China time. This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 a.m. / Register  3 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
More to Explore Week Welcome for Students in India

Session description:  

Session starts at 8:30 p.m. India time. This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
More to Explore Week Welcome for Students in Vietnam

Session description:  

Session starts at 10 a.m. Vietnam time. This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Monday, June 22, 2020
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More to Explore Week Welcome for Students in South Korea

Session description:  

Session starts at 4 p.m. South Korea time. This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
12 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
More to Explore Week Welcome for Students in India

Session description:  

Session starts at 6:30 p.m. India time. This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
More to Explore Week Welcome for International Students

Session description:  

This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Transferring to ASU: International Students

Session description:  

This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission. We will also review the requirements for what is needed to transfer to ASU as an international student, whether you live abroad or here in the U.S.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register  5 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Finding Your Major

Session description:  

Hoping to find a college major that inspires you and leads to success? Want help with exploring your options?
Join Major and Career Exploration for an interactive session with information, tools and resources. Complete the me3® self-assessment before the session by going to yourfuture.asu.edu/me3.

Presented by
University College

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register  2 p.m. / Register
University College
Exploring an Honors Education — One College at Four Campuses

Session description:  

In this general overview, learn about Barrett at all four of ASU’s metropolitan Phoenix area campuses and discover the unique experiences of each location.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
More to Explore Week Welcome for International Students

Session description:  

This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
3 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
The Future of Film at ASU, the New American Film School

Session description:  

Join us to learn more about our exciting curricular redesign, new facilities, technologies, resources and expert film faculty.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
4 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Lights, Camera, Action! A Sneak Peek On Your Future Film Classes

Session description:  

This session is designed specifically for incoming film students and admitted students who want to add film electives or a film minor to their studies. You will discuss engaging topics, meet and learn from our expert faculty, and participate with other incoming students.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
More to Explore Week Welcome for Students in Southeast Asia

Session description:  

Session starts at 10 a.m. Bangkok time. This session will give you a comprehensive overview of ASU, including how it ranks among other top international institutions. Hear about campus culture from a student panel, and learn about scholarship opportunities for international students and requirements for admission.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
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More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
School of Art Welcome and Class Session Invitation

Session description:  

Join the School of Art for a quick welcome and introduction. Afterward, you will have the opportunity to join a classroom session for incoming first-year and transfer students.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Creating Your Colorful Future: A Sneak Peak Into Art Classes at ASU

Session description:  

This session is designed specifically for incoming students majoring in art and admitted students who want to double major in art or add a studio art minor to their studies at ASU. You will explore the infinite nature of color and dive into the history, science, and perception of color through interactive activities and small group discussions.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
9 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, the admission process for nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Exploring the Humanities at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Finding Your Major

Session description:  

Hoping to find a college major that inspires you and leads to success? Want help with exploring your options? Join Major and Career Exploration for an interactive session with information, tools and resources. Complete the me3® self-assessment before the session by going to yourfuture.asu.edu/me3.

Presented by
University College

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register  3 p.m. / Register
University College
Greatest HIITs: Degree Programs in Kinesiology, Sports, and Exercise Science

Session description:  

Are you considering a career in physical therapy, exercise physiology, or strength and conditioning? The College of Health Solutions offers three unique bachelor's degree programs in kinesiology, exercise and wellness, and sports science and performance programming. Join this session to learn more about each degree program and explore the variety of career paths available. You'll meet faculty who will discuss the coursework and career outcomes for each of the majors. As an added bonus, we'll show you the weight room where students are able to apply what they learn about human physiology and movement mechanics in a hands-on environment.

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College of Health Solutions

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10 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Education: The World's Most Important Profession

Session description:  

As an educator, you can help drive the most important and positive changes on the planet. But that's not all. It's a dynamic field with multiple pathways to jobs after graduation. Join this session to explore what it means to be an educator, learn about funding opportunities for future teachers, and hear about the personalized support and professional experiences students receive at ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

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Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

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10 a.m. / Register
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Sustainability and Our Post-COVID-19 World

Session description:  

Living in a globalized world and enduring a pandemic has affected social interaction. Attendees will learn about the impact of COVID-19 on socioeconomic systems.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" First-Year Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions first-year student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will receive as a future Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

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10 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Discovering Engineering and Technology Programs at ASU

Session description:  

Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.

Presented by


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10 a.m. / Register
Let's Get Down to Business

Session description:  

An exceptional business education transcends academic disciplines. Blows your mind. Teaches you to do good while doing well. Challenges you. Inspires you. Challenges you again. Makes it possible to turn your dreams into reality. Let's get down to business!

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

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10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
The Arts and Design at ASU: Finding the Right Program For You

Session description:  

Learn about the degree programs, admission requirements and resources at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. The Herberger Institute comprises the School of Art; the School of Arts, Media and Engineering; the Design School; the School of Film, Dance and Theatre; and the School of Music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Strategic Social Media

Session description:  

You already love Instagram and Twitter, but how do you use them strategically to grow your audience, build a brand and create opportunities? Hear how from Cronkite School Associate Dean Jessica Pucci.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity for our students to work side-by-side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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11:30 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Sustainability Storytelling: Student-Produced Short Documentaries

Session description:  

Relax at home with your favorite movie snack and watch two 2020 documentary shorts produced in Professor Byck’s class. “Plant the Rain” shows how a renegade rainwater harvester and a band of elementary school kids maximize the desert’s water. “Holding on to the Corn” explores the multi-generational effort to create a healthier community through Hopi knowledge and traditions. The filmmakers will join us and answer your questions!

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
How Health Innovation Helps in a Pandemic

Session description:  

Dr. Michael Collins, associate director for health entrepreneurship and innovation, discusses the role that health innovation has during a pandemic.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

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1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Afternoon at the Art Museum

Session description:  

Come learn about one of ASU's greatest creative resources: the ASU Art Museum. Curators and education specialists will talk about what the ASU Art Museum is up to and what will be happening in the fall season.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

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1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, where unique, cutting-edge combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues while gaining powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Translating Imagination into Innovation: Blending Technology and Society

Session description:  

Learn about the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, where we explore science and technology with thoughtful study focused on their ethical and social impacts.

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School for the Future of Innovation in Society

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1 p.m. / Register
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
Make it Happen: Giving Your Career the Right Edge

Session description:  

Do you want an edge in your future career? Do you want to make an impact? Come learn tips and tricks from the pros to advance your career, life and ideas — and make it happen. Hosted by Dr. Brent Sebold, executive director of venture development at Enterpreneurship + Innovation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

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1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Chop it Like it's Hot: Exploring Nutrition Majors

Session description:  

The College of Health Solutions offers three unique bachelor's degree programs in dietetics, food and nutrition entrepreneurship, and nutritional science. Join this session to learn more about each degree program and explore the variety of career paths available in nutrition. You'll meet faculty who will discuss the coursework and career outcomes for the different nutrition majors. As an added bonus, we'll show you the Kitchen Café, where students prepare, cook and serve meals to the general public at a reasonable price under the supervision of our chef and instructional retail kitchen coordinator.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

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1 p.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" Transfer Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions transfer student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will have as a Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

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1 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Where Do You Want to Live and Work? Study and Work Local-to-Global

Session description:  

Learn about sustainability degrees that focus on finding solutions to environmental, economic and social challenges. School of Sustainability students benefit from experiential learning, hands-on projects, capstone courses, internships, research opportunities, workshops, service learning, field experience and study abroad courses. The knowledge and solutions created today will shape our quality of life as well as future generations — we have an opportunity and an obligation to make our world more sustainable. You can help lead our world toward a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
How Can Honors Help Me as an Engineering Student?

Session description:  

Do you wonder how being an engineering student works in an honors college? This session explores the benefits and additional opportunities that Barrett provides engineering students at the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

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1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Audition Tips and Tricks for Dancers and Actors

Session description:  

Learn how to prepare for an audition and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

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2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Coastal Resilience Research: Navigating Uncharted Waters

Session description:  

How does policy protect ecosystem diversity and improve the resilience of coastal communities? Discover the relationships between human-designed regulation and the health of our natural environments. Learn how to get involved with research and what it is like to work in academia.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
A Conversation about Criminology and Criminal Justice

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

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3:30 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Exploring Pre-health Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Students can major in any program at ASU and still be considered a pre-health student. Join our pre-professions advisor to explore all the opportunities and support available to students considering future careers in the field of health care.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
The Spectrum of Scientific Discovery

Session description:  

Does scientific inquiry pique your interest? Are you interested in making new discoveries through observational and experimental evidence? Push boundaries, adapt to new challenges and make important research contributions that impact the health and lives of people around the world. From biological sciences and mathematics to psychology and earth and space exploration, find your place in the natural sciences with more 70 degree programs to choose from. In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the natural sciences at the Tempe campus.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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3:30 p.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Choose Your Adventure: Pathways Toward Careers in Sustainability

Session description:  

There is a lot to learn from experiences outside of class, such as following internships into the career field. How do your education steps lead to post-graduation destinations?

Presented by
School of Sustainability

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5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
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Forging Your Own Path at The College

Session description:  

Are you interested in creating positive and impactful change? Make your mark at The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the Tempe campus. With more than 95 undergraduate degree programs in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences, you'll have the opportunity to explore and sculpt a personalized experience for your desired career path. From mathematics and anthropology to chemistry and history, forge your own path at the academic heart of ASU. Learn more about the university's largest and most diverse college and how you can customize your experience through study abroad, undergraduate research, internships and more. Begin your ASU journey with The College today.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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6 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Discovering Engineering and Technology Programs at ASU

Session description:  

Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 a.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Music Venues: An Inside Look At ASU's Concert Halls

Session description:  

Learn about the history of the various spaces where music majors practice and perform.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
How to Make Your Music Application and Audition Stand Out

Session description:  

Learn how to apply for a music degree and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
9 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Discovering Engineering and Technology Programs at ASU

Session description:  

Are you interested in becoming an engineer or computer programmer, or working with artificial intelligence? Discover the 25 different degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses and how to customize your experience through the Fulton Difference. Learn how to select a discipline within the Fulton Schools and explore options to accelerate your path to graduation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
A Conversation with School of Social Work

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Social Work ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

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10 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Exploring Global Business

Session description:  

If you have a global outlook, passion for travel and culture, and desire for an international career, Thunderbird's bachelor degree programs will position you as a global business leader, ready to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing international business environment. Learn from graduate-level faculty in interactive, discussion-based classroom experiences that deepen your learning. Attend to hear from faculty and students, and discover how you can stand out in a world of possibilities.

Presented by
Thunderbird School of Global Management

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Thunderbird School of Global Management
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where unique combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
How COVID-19 Unraveled Our Food System

Session description:  

In this session, hear an expert explain how our food systems and urban systems have been impacted by COVID-19. You will learn sustainability lessons from the first wave of the virus and how to plan for a future that is more resilient in face of any potential hazards.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Becoming a Nurse: It's More Than You Imagine

Session description:  

Dr. Katherine Kenny, associate dean in the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, will discuss the preparation and role of the registered nurse.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

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10 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Big Business at Smaller Campuses

Session description:  

Explore new opportunities within smaller communities while still taking advantage of the resources of a large university — smaller class sizes, more connections to faculty and opportunities to participate in research are available in the business degree programs offered at the Polytechnic and West campuses.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

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10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Anchors Away! Voice and Teleprompter Training for TV News

Session description:  

Train your television voice and practice reading a teleprompter with AZPBS producer and Cronkite faculty member Allysa Adams.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

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10 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Arts and Design Student Panel

Session description:  

Do you want to know what it is like to be a student at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU? Join us as Herberger Institute students share their experiences and answer any student life questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
10:30 a.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" First-Year Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions first-year student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will receive as a future Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Sustainability and Our Post-COVID-19 World

Session description:  

Living in a globalized world and enduring a pandemic has affected social interaction. Attendees will learn about the impact of COVID-19 on socioeconomic systems.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Exploring the Humanities at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Exploring Liberal Arts at Tempe: Social Sciences

Session description:  

Do you find yourself observing human communication and behavior? Have you ever wondered about the intersection of people and policy? Find solutions to the world's most pressing issues by gaining the skills needed to better understand how societies interact. From political science and global health to sociology and justice studies, the social sciences at ASU offer more than 80 degree programs to choose from. In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the social sciences at the Tempe campus.

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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11:30 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Student Life in the Design School

Session description:  

Do you want to know what it’s like to be a student at the Design School? Join us as our current design students share their experiences and answer any student life-related questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
Noon / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Don't Even Open That PowerPoint: Technology in the Classroom

Session description:  

Technology has the potential for amazing educational opportunities. Still, some teachers do not realize how to provide their students with those opportunities. Likewise, students who may be technologically savvy may not know how they can use technology for learning. Sure, snapchatting is important, but what else can tech do? This session reviews exciting ways teachers can personalize learning with technology and identifies learning strategies students can apply by taking advantage of digital tools.

Presented by
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

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1 p.m. / Register
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
ASU is #1 in Innovation, So Why Not Study It?

Session description:  

What does it mean to study the future of innovation? Join faculty from the School for the Future of Innovation in Society to see how we discuss the future of science, technology and its impact to change the world.

Presented by
School for the Future of Innovation in Society

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1 p.m. / Register
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" Transfer Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions transfer student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will have as a Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Where Do You Want to Live and Work? Study and Work Local-to-Global

Session description:  

Learn about sustainability degrees that focus on finding solutions to environmental, economic and social challenges. School of Sustainability students benefit from experiential learning, hands-on projects, capstone courses, internships, research opportunities, workshops, service learning, field experience and study abroad courses. The knowledge and solutions created today will shape our quality of life as well as future generations — we have an opportunity and an obligation to make our world more sustainable. You can help lead our world toward a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, admission to nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Undergraduate Research Opportunities in the Fulton Schools

Session description:  

Are you interested in participating in research as an undergraduate student? Come learn about research opportunities available to our Fulton Schools students. We will highlight our Grand Challenges Scholars Program and Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative programs.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences at the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity for our students to work side-by-side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Arts and Design Opportunities for Non-Majors

Session description:  

Add creativity to your college experience with a Herberger Institute class. This session will cover arts and design opportunities for students in any major. Opportunities for non-majors include a variety of courses in the following areas: art, digital culture, design, film, dance, theatre and music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

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1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring Pre-Law Opportunities at West

Session description:  

Students can major in any program at ASU and still be considered a pre-law student. Join our pre-professions advisor to explore all the opportunities and support available to students considering future careers in the field of law.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
A Live Tour of Barrett at the Tempe Campus

Session description:  

Join a current Barrett student as they take you on a stroll through the Barrett complex and residential community.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Opening Doors, Sparking Fires: Connecting for Public Good

Session description:  

We believe in the power of arts and design for transforming our communities for a better future. In this interactive session, explore how small sparks of insight and imagination through unlikely connections can light the fire toward understanding your purpose as an artist or designer for public good.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Sustainable Sports

Session description:  

Step up to the plate and hit a home run for the environment, society and our economy. Learn how sports provide a platform for impact beyond anything currently available. Star alumnus Garret Wong, membership manager for the Green Sports Alliance, will join this game-winning discussion.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Nursing and Healthcare Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet current Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation students, who will share their Sun Devil stories — including major and career exploration, why they chose ASU and the Edson College, their favorite parts about being a Sun Devil, and tips for success. You'll have the opportunity to have all of your questions answered!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Engineering Projects in Community Service

Session description:  

The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS, is a nationally award-winning social entrepreneurship program. Teams design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools and other nonprofit organizations. Our students aren't waiting to graduate to make a difference — they are tackling the world's problems today. Join this session to learn more about how you can participate in EPICS.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Nursing Information Session for Postbaccalaureate students

Session description:  

If you already have a bachelor's degree and are interested in becoming a registered nurse, this session will help you understand your nursing degree options at ASU. In this session, we will review the Accelerated Clinical Nursing program (formerly the Postbaccalaureate Clinical Nursing Program), the Concurrent Enrollment Program and the Master of Science in Nursing (Entry to Nursing Practice). You will walk away with all the details on prerequisites, admission requirements, the selection process and your steps to get started.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Coastal Resilience Research: Navigating Uncharted Waters

Session description:  

How does policy protect ecosystem diversity and improve the resilience of coastal communities? Discover the relationships between human-designed regulation and the health of our natural environments. Learn how to get involved with research and what it is like to work in academia.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Thursday, June 25, 2020
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Studying Business as an International Student

Session description:  

This session is designed for international students who are interested in studying business. During this session, we will cover the services offered to you as an international students and the W. P. Carey School of Business admission requirements.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  3:30 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Campus Life at Downtown Phoenix Campus

Session description:  

Come meet the dean of students at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus and learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about clubs, events and student life from the Office of Student Engagement.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Start Your Journey Where Business is Personal

Session description:  

As a W. P. Carey student, you will thrive alongside other business-focused students. You will find countless opportunities to shape an exceptional college experience and an even better future. Be part of one of the nation’s best business schools — in a tight-knit community of faculty, staff and students who respect your value and are inspired to create an environment of success that provides you with strong support from day one at ASU.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" Transfer Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions transfer student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will have as a Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Dinner for 9.6 Billion: Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Food Systems

Session description:  

In your lifetime, the human population will reach Earth's capacity. In this session, you'll learn how we need to build solutions today to ensure our population of 9.6 billion people in 2050 will have the water, energy and technologies to meet the global demand for food. For example, as cities grow, farmland is sold for development and urban farming is a vital strategy for a more sustainable future.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Hit it Out of the Park: Interviewing Athletes

Session description:  

How do you get impactful information from athletes and coaches? Learn and practice interview techniques with Cronkite Sports Bureau directors Brett Kurland and Paola Boivin.

Presented by
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness
Exploring Mathematical and Natural Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to resolve key issues faced by our civilization. At the core of this experience is the opportunity to work side by side with our faculty conducting authentic research in STEM disciplines. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Exploring Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where unique combinations of disciplines including anthropology, communication, political science, psychology and sociology collide. Students work side by side with faculty to address individual, community, national and global issues. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Creating Better Health Outcomes: Programs for a Fit Future at ASU

Session description:  

Join the College of Health Solutions staff and current students for a live-hosted session to get answers to any questions you may have about health solutions programs at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, such as kinesiology, nutrition and medical science.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Virtual Scavenger Hunt

Session description:  

Have fun and win prizes while learning about the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this interactive, scavenger hunt-style session, we'll pose Edson College trivia questions and you'll search for answers on our website. Winners will win fun Edson College swag!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Exploring Liberal Arts at Tempe: Humanities

Session description:  

"Have you ever pondered what influences the human experience? Are you interested in examining fundamental questions and experiences from diverse perspectives? Become a problem solver, leader and lifelong learner who can answer global challenges with empathy and creativity. From history and philosophy, to creative writing and foreign languages, delve into the humanities with more than 60 degree programs to choose from.

In this session, you'll hear from current students about how to customize your college experience in the humanities at the Tempe campus."

Presented by
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
How COVID-19 Unraveled Our Food System

Session description:  

In this session, hear an expert explain how our food systems and urban systems have been impacted by COVID-19. You will learn sustainability lessons from the first wave of the virus and how to plan for a future that is more resilient in face of any potential hazards.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
"Which Public Service Degree Is Right For Me?" First-Year Student Edition

Session description:  

We're glad ASU is right for you — we invite you to the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions first-year student academic information session. You will learn all about our different degree programs and the opportunities you will receive as a future Sun Devil. Come join us and learn more about Watts College!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Explore How You Can Change The World

Session description:  

Join us for a conversation with current Sun Devils and learn more about their personal journeys as changemakers at ASU. This moderated conversation will highlight multiple ways you can make a difference in the community as part of your college experience. Student leadership opportunities through public service, volunteering, sustainability, civic engagement and entrepreneurship will be highlighted.

Presented by
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation
Audition Tips and Tricks for Dancers and Actors

Session description:  

Learn how to prepare for an audition and avoid common mistakes. Admission staff will discuss tips and tricks for success.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Exploring the Humanties at West Campus

Session description:  

Learn more about the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, where students learn to think critically about the human experience, and communicate effectively while working within, outside, and across the boundaries of traditional liberal arts disciplines. Through rigorous, interdisciplinary coursework, students break down the walls between different areas of study to understand where and how they intersect. Students gain powerful, life-enriching, practical skills that enable them to think outside the box and equip them to solve global challenges.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Beyond the Classroom: Integrative Sciences and Arts

Session description:  

Learn about opportunities to engage with your college outside of the classroom. The Office of Student Engagement and the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts will walk you through getting involved on campus and finding activities that fit your interests. The College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at the Polytechnic campus offers programs such as applied biological science, communication, English, history, interdisciplinary studies, science, technology and society, and technical communication. Not sure what you want to major in at ASU? Learn how the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts assists exploratory students and provides valuable resources throughout the major and career selection process.

Presented by
College of Health Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
College of Health Solutions
Social Hour with Business Students

Session description:  

Come socialize with current W. P. Carey School of Business students. Learn about what it's like to be a student in the W. P. Carey School of Business and get answers to any questions you have.

Presented by
W. P. Carey School of Business

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
W. P. Carey School of Business
Join ASU Venture Devils and Transform Your Idea Into a Reality

Session description:  

ASU Venture Devils aims to catalyze the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide dedicated startup support. Accepted founders also receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings, and venture development spaces. Hosted by Dr. Brent Sebold, executive director of venture development at Enterpreneurship + Innovation.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Paving Your Path to a Career in Nursing

Session description:  

If you are interested in nursing and do not yet have a bachelor's degree, this session is for you! This session is ideal for transfer students interested in nursing, but all are welcome to attend. We will take a deep dive into both our Traditional Prelicensure Clinical Nursing Program and our Concurrent Enrollment Program, admission requirements, the selection process and more.

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
The Honors Curriculum – The Academic Experience and Other Opportunities

Session description:  

Learn about the variety of ways to earn your 36 honors credits, from the Human Event class to your senior thesis or creative project and everything else in between.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Creative Career Services: Professional Development for Arts, Design and Performance

Session description:  

We get it, "career" is a scary word. But it doesn't have to be. Are you looking for to work in the fields of arts, design, and performance? Join this informative session to learn more about career exploration in your field, tips for job searching, strategies for applying, and advice on networking and "making it" in your industry. Start your professional development now and be ready for successful future!

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Campus Life at Polytechnic Campus

Session description:  

Meet Student Engagement staff and student leaders from the ASU Polytechnic campus. Learn about the student experience, including information about campus traditions, clubs, events and student life.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Supporting your Sun Devil: Resources for Families

Session description:  

The session provides families with information on supporting their student through the enrollment process, utilizing family resources and building their own ASU experience.

Presented by
Office of Family Information and Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Office of Family Information and Engagement
Head West ... the place to be

Session description:  

Want to learn more about ASU’s West campus? Come see what current students are saying about it. Student leaders will share more about life outside of the classroom in an interactive session.

Presented by
Dean of Students - West Campus

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Dean of Students - West Campus
Why I Chose New College at West Campus: Student Panel

Session description:  

Meet the ambassadors of the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. As current students, they will provide insight into life at ASU and tell you why they chose New College.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that Sun Devil life has to offer at the Tempe campus. We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government, and much more.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Exploring Undergraduate Research Opportunities at West Campus

Session description:  

Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE) program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate students. Learn about the ways New College students are involved in groundbreaking research and discovery.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Explore the Computing Disciplines within the Fulton Schools

Session description:  

Are you interested in a computing discipline, but not sure which program is the right fit for you? In this session, we will explore the Fulton Schools computing disciplines, helping you find the program that fits you and your goals best.

Presented by
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Conversation with the School of Community Resources and Development and School of Public Affairs

Session description:  

Let's chat about the School of Community Resources and Development and Public Affairs ... and more!

Presented by
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Watts School of Public Service and Community Solutions
Sustainability Storytelling: Student-produced Short Documentaries

Session description:  

Relax at home with your favorite movie snack and watch two 2020 documentary shorts produced in Professor Byck’s class. “Plant the Rain” shows how a renegade rainwater harvester and a band of elementary school kids maximize the desert’s water. “Holding on to the Corn” explores the multi-generational effort to create a healthier community through Hopi knowledge and traditions. The filmmakers will join us and answer your questions!!

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Investigate the Field of Forensic Science

Session description:  

For students dreaming of investigating crime scenes or analyzing DNA in a lab, ASU's New College offers the forensic science program. By combining study in biology, chemistry and oral communication with hands-on investigation into real cold cases, students will be uniquely prepared to enter the career field upon graduation.

Presented by
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Finding Your Major in Health Care and Nursing at ASU

Session description:  

Join us to learn about majors in health and health care at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this session, we will review our health majors, admission to nursing programs, the student experience and more. We look forward to speaking with you!

Presented by
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
What is Digital Culture?

Session description:  

Interested in digital media? Want to turn code into art? Learn more about our digital culture degree program, play with some student projects and get answers to any questions you may have.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Q&A with Current Sustainability Students

Session description:  

Meet current students in the School of Sustainability and hear about their classes, campus environments, field trips, study abroad programs and plans for their future careers. Just like our transdisciplinary program, our students represent a wide array of interests and backgrounds and course-study options. They're looking forward to share their stories with you.

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
5 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Arts and Design Opportunities for Non-Majors

Session description:  

Add creativity to your college experience with a Herberger Institute class. This session will cover arts and design opportunities for students in any major. Opportunities for non-majors include a variety of courses in the following areas: art, digital culture, design, film, dance, theatre and music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
7 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
The Arts and Design at ASU: Finding the Right Program For You

Session description:  

Learn about the degree programs, admission requirements and resources at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. The Herberger Institute comprises the School of Art; the School of Arts, Media and Engineering; the Design School; the School of Film, Dance and Theatre; and the School of Music.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
7:30 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
The Future of Film at ASU, the New American Film School

Session description:  

Join us to learn more about our exciting curricular redesign, new facilities, technologies, resources and expert film faculty.

Presented by
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 p.m. / Register
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Choose Your Adventure: Pathways Toward Careers in Sustainability

Session description:  

There is a lot to learn from experiences outside of class, such as following internships into the career field. How do your education steps lead to post-graduation destinations?

Presented by
School of Sustainability

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
School of Sustainability
Friday, June 26, 2020
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Exploring the Career Journey of International Students at ASU

Session description:  

Connect with Career and Professional Development Services and the International Students and Scholars Center to learn about career options available to international students. Each ASU student embarks on a career journey beginning with on-campus coursework and skills development and culminating with off-campus employment or internships. Ultimately, international students may choose to stay and work in the U.S. after graduation, return to their home country or seek employment in another country. This session will present the options available to international students, as well as ASU resources to help you meet your career goals.

Presented by
Career and Professional Development Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
7 a.m. / Register
Career and Professional Development Services
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Join us any time from 2-4 p.m. to get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register  2 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Head West ... the place to be

Session description:  

Want to learn more about ASU’s West campus? Come see what current students are saying about it. Student leaders will share more about life outside of the classroom in an interactive session.

Presented by
Dean of Students - West Campus

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Dean of Students - West Campus
ASU@Lake Havasu

Session description:  

This live-hosted event will include a presentation on the admission and enrollment processes at ASU, a Q&A session with an admission representative, and information about student life at ASU@Lake Havasu.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
11 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that Sun Devil life has to offer at the Tempe campus. We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government, and much more.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register  1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness
Campus Life at Downtown Phoenix Campus

Session description:  

Come meet the dean of students at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus and learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about clubs, events and student life from the Office of Student Engagement.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
How Can Honors Help Me as a Nursing or Pre-Health Student?

Session description:  

At ASU there are special opportunities and resources available to pre-health students, including some unique to Barrett. Attend this session to learn more about what’s available to pre-health students in the honors college.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
1:15 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Campus Life at Polytechnic Campus

Session description:  

Meet student engagement staff and student leaders from ASU’s Polytechnic campus. Learn about the Sun Devil experience, including information about campus traditions, clubs, events and student life.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Sun Devil Spirit, Pride and Tradition

Session description:  

Join the Student Alumni Association for a session all about the spirit, pride and traditions here at ASU. We’ll take you to Sun Devil Stadium, where you’ll understand what it means to be a student in the Inferno, and to the top of “A” Mountain to see why it is so significant to Sun Devils. We’ll have contests and plenty of prizes for participants as well. Bring your ‘A’ game, and go Devils!

Presented by
Student Alumni Association

Start time (MST)/registration link
2 p.m. / Register
Student Alumni Association
General Overview of Curriculum and Admission Processes

Session description:  

Learn about how Barrett works alongside being an ASU student, with particular emphasis on the application process and curriculum.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
3 p.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Moving Away For College: An Out-of-State Student Panel

Session description:  

Are you an out-of-state student thinking about ASU? Then this is a great workshop to attend! You’ll learn about our thriving campus community, how to get connected and steps to make ASU your new home — from current ASU students who once were in your exact shoes. Ask questions about campus living, student clubs, first-year jitters and what advice they have for a successful transition to college.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
3 p.m. / Register
Admission Services
Explore How You Can Change The World

Session description:  

Join us for a conversation with current Sun Devils and learn more about their personal journeys as changemakers at ASU. This moderated conversation will highlight multiple ways you can make a difference in the community as part of your college experience. Student leadership opportunities through public service, volunteering, sustainability, civic engagement and entrepreneurship will be highlighted.

Presented by
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Start time (MST)/registration link
3:30 p.m. / Register
Changemaker Central at ASU, ASU Public Service Academy, Entrepreneurship + Innovation
Saturday, June 27, 2020
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What is the International Students and Scholars Center?

Session description:  

Get an overview of the services provided by the ISSC, as well as OPT and CPT.

Presented by
ISSC

Start time (MST)/registration link
6 a.m. / Register
ISSC
More to Explore Assistance Center

Session description:  

Join us any time from 8-10 a.m. to get personal assistance from ASU admission representatives, learn how to build your More to Explore schedule, and chat about your options at ASU and how to apply to the university. This session is a virtual open house that you can enter and leave at any time and get your questions answered.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
8 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Sun Devil Stories with Devils' Advocates

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students who represent all four campuses to gain insights on campus life as they share their Sun Devil stories.

Presented by
Admission Services

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
Admission Services
Peer Coaching and Success at ASU

Session description:  

First-year students at ASU are supported with a peer success coach. Join us to learn how your coach will help you set goals, improve your well-being, connect you to resources and even boost your grades.

Presented by
ASU First-Year Success Center

Start time (MST)/registration link
10 a.m. / Register
ASU First-Year Success Center
Getting the Most Out of Your Honors Experience

Session description:  

Join a panel of staff and students to discover the value of a four-year honors curriculum, additional academic and social opportunities, and a supportive residential community.

Presented by
Barrett, The Honors College

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:15 a.m. / Register
Barrett, The Honors College
Get Involved! Campus Life at Tempe

Session description:  

Come learn about all that Sun Devil life has to offer at the Tempe campus. We will share information about fraternities and sororities, cultural events, concerts, student government, and much more.

Presented by
Office of Student Engagement

Start time (MST)/registration link
11:30 a.m. / Register  1 p.m. / Register
Office of Student Engagement
Live Well at ASU

Session description:  

This session will detail the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and all the wellness programs available to you. The health and well being of ASU students is a top priority. Engage with the community and build your best you.

Presented by
Sun Devil Fitness

Start time (MST)/registration link
1 p.m. / Register
Sun Devil Fitness

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