Why I Chose Arizona State University

I can get more knowledge, reach more resources, meet more people, and maximize my potential at Arizona State University. Choosing to learn here is the best decision I’ve ever made!

Stay Active, Have Fun, Play Sports

Sports! Whether you want to work off stress or just stay in great shape, you don’t have to be an NCAA Division-I athlete to play sports at ASU. In fact, club and intramural sports offer all students a chance to stay healthy and motivated to succeed (while having fun).

Is transferring to ASU worth it?

For me, the phrase “I am a transfer student” contains a strong sense of pride. It is more than just a title, or a status on an application; those five words tell a story. Those are the words I live by.

3 Reasons to Join a Student Organization

Fact: There are over 1,000 registered student organizations at ASU. These clubs cover an incredibly wide range of interests, so it’s really easy to find something exciting to fill up the time between class and homework. Here are three reasons to get involved.

W. P. Carey Students

Pursue Your Passion in Business and Beyond

Here at ASU, and especially within the W. P. Carey School of Business, it’s common for students to pursue concurrent degrees in business and other disciplines university-wide. But what happens when you pick two majors that are on opposite sides of the spectrum?

5 Reasons to Study Abroad

After going back and forth on the idea of studying abroad for a couple of semesters, I’m so happy I decided to go for it. Here are just five reasons for you to consider studying abroad during college.

Fleischer Scholars: A high school summer program with real impact

Being a peer mentor for Fleischer Scholars was one of the best decisions I have ever made, not only because it has opened my eyes and opportunities for personal growth, but also because I was able to make a positive impact on the lives of wonderful young people.

ASU Business Students Give Back to the Community

I’ve been passionate about volunteering since I was a kid.Luckily both ASU and the W. P. Carey School of Business emphasize the importance of giving back to the community, offering every student ample opportunity to volunteer throughout the year.

Finding the Leader in You

Very few people are natural born leaders. But with so many opportunities around you, it’s easy to find the leader in you at ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business.

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