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Virtual sessions running throughout July

This July, satisfy your appetite for knowledge with live-hosted virtual sessions to help you explore your interests and career paths to prepare for college. Engage with current students, navigate academic programs aligned with your interests and find the campus that fits you best. By the end of the month, you'll have all the information you need to make applying to college a successful and exciting journey.

Not sure which sessions to attend? Take the me3® major and career quiz to help narrow down your interests to find a degree program that fits you. Take our What Kind of Student Could You Be? quiz to learn about yourself and the types of programs that fit you best!

Sessions calendar

Admission, financial aid and application workshops
Date Time Register
Paying for College

Session description:  

Join this session to learn about your financial aid package and resources available to you. Our team of experts will guide you through understanding your costs and awards, and answer your questions about paying for college.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 21 - 6:30pm
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July 21 6:30pm
Paying for College

Session description:  

Join this session to learn about your financial aid package and resources available to you. Our team of experts will guide you through understanding your costs and awards, and answer your questions about paying for college.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 30 - 4:30pm
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July 30 4:30pm
Paying for College

Session description:  

Join this session to learn about your financial aid package and the resources available to you. Our team of experts will guide you through understanding your costs and awards, and answer your questions about paying for college.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 9 - 6:30pm
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July 9 6:30pm
University Information Session

Session description:  

This live session will include a presentation on the ASU student experience, covering admission and enrollment processes, an overview of ASU's campuses, study abroad and student resources, and a Q&A with an admission team member.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 23 - 12:00pm
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July 23 12:00pm
University Information Session

Session description:  

This live session will include a presentation on the ASU student experience, covering admission and enrollment processes, an overview of ASU's campuses, study abroad and student resources, and a Q&A with an admission team member.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 7 - 6:30pm
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July 7 6:30pm
University Information Session

Session description:  

This live session will include a presentation on the ASU student experience, covering admission and enrollment processes, an overview of ASU's campuses, study abroad and student resources, and a Q&A with an admission team member.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 16 - 4:30pm
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July 16 4:30pm
Campus experience session
Date Time Register
Downtown Phoenix Campus Student Experience

Session description:  

Prepare for your future Sun Devil experience on the Downtown Phoenix campus and learn about student clubs and organizations, events, campus traditions, student life and so much more!

July 27 - 6:30pm
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July 27 6:30pm
Polytechnic Campus Student Experience

Session description:  

Prepare for your future Sun Devil experience on the Polytechnic campus and learn about student clubs and organizations, events, campus traditions, student life and so much more!

Presented by the Student Engagement office.

July 29 - 12:00pm
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July 29 12:00pm
Tempe Campus Student Experience

Session description:  

Prepare for your future Sun Devil experience on the Tempe campus and learn about student clubs and organizations, events, campus traditions, student life and so much more!

Presented by the Student Engagement office.

July 29 - 6:30pm
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July 29 6:30pm
West Campus Student Experience

Session description:  

Prepare for your future Sun Devil experience on the West campus and learn about student clubs and organizations, events, campus traditions, student life and so much more!

Presented by the Student Engagement office.

July 27 - 12:00pm
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July 27 12:00pm
Academic interest
Date Time Register
Undecided, exploratory, many interests

Session description:  

Students who are undecided, want to try out a few things or have too many interests to choose just one, can explore before committing.

Presented by the University College.

July 6 - 4:30pm
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July 6 4:30pm
Date Time Register
Anthropology

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects want to learn how to make a positive impact on humanity by deepening their understanding of the human experience across wide fields of study.

Presented by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

July 7 - 12:00pm
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July 7 12:00pm
Architecture, Construction and Design

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects learn how to design and create more functional cities, buildings and spaces to improve quality of life.

Presented by Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

July 13 - 4:30pm
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July 13 4:30pm
Business

Session description:  

Students with this interest can explore all aspects of business and how they drive today's interconnected economies.

Presented by W. P. Carey School of Business and Thunderbird School of Global Management.

July 8 - 4:30pm
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July 8 4:30pm
Communication and Languages

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects learn how to improve communication to positively impact people around the world across wide fields of study.

Presented by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, and College of Integrative Sciences and Arts.

July 14 - 4:30pm
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July 14 4:30pm
Computer Science, Software Engineering

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects want to work on the forefront of technological innovation through areas such as computer and software design to solve emerging challenges across wide fields of study.

Presented by Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, and College of Health Solutions.

July 12 - 4:30pm
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July 12 4:30pm
Criminology and Forensics

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects learn about justice, systematic factors influencing crime and how to improve the human experience across wide fields of study.

Presented by New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences and Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.

July 15 - 12:00pm
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July 15 12:00pm
Cultural Studies

Session description:  

Students with this interest gain insight into innovative technologies and media while using practices of humanities and global thinking.

Presented by New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, and The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

July 19 - 12:00pm
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July 19 12:00pm
Earth and Space exploration

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects ask questions with deep consequences and explore the great unknowns of the Earth, our solar system and the universe beyond. They also apply a broad range of engineering skills and computational tools to design and analyze state-of-the-art, aerodynamically efficient wings and surfaces.

Presented by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

July 21 - 12:00pm
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July 21 12:00pm
Education and Teaching

Session description:  

Students with this interest gain an opportunity to learn about and improve education locally and globally, across wide fields of study.

Presented by Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

July 19 - 4:30pm
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July 19 4:30pm
Engineering

Session description:  

Students with this interest will integrate mathematical models, science and technology to solve problems and create practical solutions in a wide range of areas.

Presented by Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

July 20 - 4:30pm
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July 20 4:30pm
Fine Arts, Performance and Film

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects have a passion for creativity, entertainment and artistic expression.

Presented by Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

July 21 - 4:30pm
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July 21 4:30pm
Flight

Session description:  

Students with this interest will combine academic studies with professional flight and aviation training.

Presented by Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

July 29 - 4:30pm
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July 29 4:30pm
Health, Wellness

Session description:  

Students with this interest learn how to promote healthy habits to a broad range of populations through hands-on experiences across wide fields of study.

Presented by College of Health Solutions, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, and W. P. Carey School of Business.

July 27 - 4:30pm
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July 27 4:30pm
History, Philosophy and Humanities

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects want to study how we can look to reasoned thinking, classical texts, an assessment of past events and the broad human experience as a guide to gain a deeper understanding of the past, present and future across wide fields of study.

Presented by College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

July 22 - 4:30pm
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July 22 4:30pm
Innovation Nation and Sustainability

Session description:  

Do you want to make a difference through science and policy? Do you want to focus on creating a sustainable future for generations to come? Join this session to learn more about ASU's innovative degrees and minors in two of our newest schools that are leading the nation in critical decision-making and thought leadership.

Presented by the College of Global Futures.

July 28 - 4:30pm
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July 28 4:30pm
Journalism

Session description:  

Students with this interest are focused on learning the fundamentals and intricacies of journalistic practices.

Presented by Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

July 14 - 12:00pm
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July 14 12:00pm
Mathematics

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects want to work on the forefront of innovation by using mathematics to solve emerging technological challenges across wide fields of study.

Presented by the College of Integrative Sciences and Art, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

July 7 - 4:30pm
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July 7 4:30pm
Nursing

Session description:  

Students with this interest are on the path to become highly trained professional nurses in various health care settings.

Presented by Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation.

July 20 - 6:30pm
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July 20 6:30pm
Pre-Law

Session description:  

Law schools accept students from all majors and backgrounds. Students should choose a major based on their interests. At ASU, the Pre-law Advising office supports students through the process of applying to law school.

Presented by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

July 22 - 12:00pm
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July 22 12:00pm
Pre-Med

Session description:  

Learn how you’ll prepare for medical school at ASU.

Presented by College of Health Solutions, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

July 13 - 6:30pm
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July 13 6:30pm
Psychology and Counseling

Session description:  

Students interested in psychology and counseling gain a deeper understanding of the human mind, brain and behavior in order to improve lives across wide fields of study.

Presented by College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, The College of Liberal Arts and Science, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, and Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.

July 26 - 6:30pm
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July 26 6:30pm
Public Service and Political Science

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects have an enthusiasm for civic matters. They gain a deeper understanding of politics, policy and systemic forces, and learn how to implement positive change across wide fields of study.

Presented by Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, and The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

July 26 - 4:30pm
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July 26 4:30pm
Science

Session description:  

Students with this interest master scientific processes to improve life for people, animals and the environment across wide fields of study.

Presented by College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

July 28 - 12:00pm
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July 28 12:00pm
Sociology

Session description:  

Students interested in this field want to better understand intimate relationships, friendship groups and families to gain insight into social institutions and human social behavior.

Presented by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

July 13 - 12:00pm
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July 13 12:00pm
Sports, Tourism and Recreation

Session description:  

Students interested in these subjects acquire planning and management skills in leisure-oriented industries, which help improve economic health and quality of life.

Presented by Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, and W. P. Carey School of Business.

July 15 - 4:30pm
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July 15 4:30pm
Student experience
Date Time Register
Finding Your Community at ASU

Session description:  

ASU’s student body is representative of many identities, belief systems, religions and backgrounds, and the ASU community provides a place to call home no matter how your identities intersect. Bring your questions for a diverse panel of students who can help you find your community and sense of belonging at ASU.

Presented by the Student and Cultural Engagement office.
July 30 - 6:30pm
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July 30 6:30pm
How Will Honors Help Me at ASU?

Session description:  

Hear from current students and staff about the benefits of being in Barrett, The Honors College at ASU.

Presented by Barrett, The Honors College.

July 20 - 12:00pm
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July 20 12:00pm
How Will Honors Help Me at ASU?

Session description:  

Hear from current students and staff about the benefits of being in Barrett, The Honors College at ASU.

Presented by Barrett, The Honors College.

July 6 - 12:00pm
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July 6 12:00pm
How Will Honors Help Me at ASU?

Session description:  

Hear from current students and staff about the benefits of being in Barrett, The Honors College at ASU.

Presented by Barrett, The Honors College.

July 15 - 6:30pm
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July 15 6:30pm
Live Well @ ASU: Wellness @ ASU

Session description:  

Join us virtually to learn about health on campus with staff from the Sun Devil Fitness Complex, Student Health Services and ASU Counseling.

Presented by Live Well @ ASU.

July 26 - 2:30pm
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July 26 2:30pm
Peer Coaching at ASU

Session description:  

ASU students are supported with a peer coach in their first year. Join us to learn how your peer coach will be your connector, cheerleader and catalyst in year one to help you achieve your goals and maintain your well-being.

Presented by First Year Success.

July 12 - 12:00pm
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July 12 12:00pm
Student Experience at Lake Havasu

Session description:  

Meet student leaders and learn about the Sun Devil experience at the ASU@Lake Havasu location, including information about campus traditions, clubs, events and student life.

July 22 - 6:30pm
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July 22 6:30pm
Student Panel

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students. Hear stories about Sun Devil life at ASU.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 23 - 4:30pm
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July 23 4:30pm
Student Panel

Session description:  

Join our campus tour guides, also known as Devils' Advocates, for this live session where you can interact with current students. Hear stories about Sun Devil life at ASU.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 30 - 12:00pm
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July 30 12:00pm
Study Abroad 101

Session description:  

Interested in studying abroad as an ASU student? This information session covers all the basic information on how to get started, including program types, eligibility, housing, finances, searching for and choosing a program, and the application process. Where will you go?

Presented by Study Abroad Office.

July 26 - 12:00pm
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July 26 12:00pm
Success Tips for First-Generation Students and Families

Session description:  

This session includes a live presentation on the ASU first-generation college student experience, covering the value of a college degree, college search guidance, and an overview of ASU's resources for students. Includes a Q&A with admission team members.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 28 - 6:30pm
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July 28 6:30pm
Success Tips for First-Generation Students and Families

Session description:  

This live session includes a presentation on the ASU first-generation college student experience, covering the value of a college degree, college search guidance, and an overview of ASU's resources for students. Includes a Q&A with admission team members.

Presented by Admission Services.

July 9 - 4:30pm
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July 9 4:30pm
The Next Generation Service Corps: Cross-sector leaders for the challenges of tomorrow

Session description:  

Learn about the two- and four-year leadership development programs in ASU’s Public Service Academy — home to students of more than 150 majors who are passionate about social change, community engagement and sustainable solutions. The Next Generation Service Corps also offers a commitment award of base tuition gap funding for all admitted members of the program.

Presented by Public Service Academy.

July 8 - 12:00pm
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July 8 12:00pm

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