Benefits of an ASU degree
Become a master learner
The world can be unpredictable and modern life is in a constant and rapid state of evolution and progression. At ASU, our goal is to teach you the art of learning so that you graduate with the ability to learn anything throughout your life. No matter what the world throws at you, you’ll have the tools to adapt. We call it being a master learner, and once you become one, you can create your own future.
Finding a job after college
Top 10 in the world
for employer-student connections – QS World University Rankings, 2022
employers recruit at ASU each year.
ASU has the resources, technology and passion to help you succeed
At ASU, student success is our highest priority. You’ll have the support to help you succeed at every step of your ASU experience. We offer tutoring, advising and professor office hours to help keep you on track and do well in your classes, as well as innovative digital tools like eAdvisor™ to alert you if you get off track. You’ll graduate prepared for the workplace and ready to find a job after college.
Frequently asked questions about success and results
How can I succeed in college?
Succeeding in college takes a willingness to study hard, stay organized and possibly most important, ask for help. ASU offers a wide range of support services and resources including tutoring, professor office hours and more. Staff members are always willing to help students with whatever they need. Your job in college is simply to ask for assistance when needed. Success in life happens when you surround yourself with a network of people who care about you and your goals.
Do ASU students find jobs after college?
The vast majority, 87 percent, of undergraduate students looking for a job receive at least one offer within 90 days of graduation. For graduate students, that figure is 91 percent. The average starting salary for someone with an ASU bachelor’s degree is more than $43,000 and for a graduate degree, it’s more than $63,000. Top employers of ASU graduates include Intel, Mayo Clinic, General Dynamics, Salt River Project and Honeywell.
How does ASU prepare students for meaningful careers?
ASU Career and Professional Development Services offers students a number of resources to help them get career-ready. Services include resume and cover letter review, interview tips, networking opportunities, job fairs and job search tools.