Student resources and support

Nothing at ASU is out of reach for a student

ASU offers tools and support services aimed at helping you succeed and earning your degree. Check out these free resources available to keep you on track:

Me3 ®: Major and career quiz

Not exactly sure what you'd like to major in or what kind of career you want? This fun quiz will help pair you with options that align with your interests.

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Tutoring services

Located on all four metro Phoenix campuses and with some services online, Tutoring Centers can help you get ahead and stay ahead. Don’t wait until you get behind — start tutoring early in the semester, and you’ll better understand your coursework.

ASU tutoring services

Success coaching

ASU’s First-Year Success Center offers freshmen the opportunity to partner with an upper-division or graduate student trained to help with the transition to college life, provide insider tips and advice on academics, getting involved, finding scholarships, and more.

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eAdvisor™: Stay on track to graduate

ASU’s exclusive eAdvisor™ tool is designed to keep you on the path to graduate and let you know if you fall off track.

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Transfer Success Course

UASP offers a course to help transfer students transition to ASU. The highly recommended course, ASU 394, offers modules that are designed to provide students with information on how to navigate life at ASU.

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Career services

Schedule an appointment with a career advisor to get assistance discovering which career opportunities match with your skills and interests. Together you can create a personalized professional development plan to help you get hired.

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First-Year Success Center at ASU

The First-Year Success Center at ASU is an award-winning and high-impact center that treats every student like a VIP through a variety of peer coaching services. Hear from students who are now success coaches themselves about the benefits of going in for your first appointment.

Succeeding in college

Nothing at ASU is out of reach for a student. If you are interested in something, there are opportunities for you to get involved. See how some of our current students found internships and experiences that set them on a successful path.

Celeste

“Through the support of my professors, my peers on my floor in my dorm, and my family back home, I am really making the experience what I want it to be. ASU is fantastic in molding to my wants and needs as a student.”

Celeste C.
Film-making practices major from El Dorado Hills, California

Frequently asked questions about student resources

How long does it take to graduate from college?

The length of time it takes to graduate from college varies depending on many factors such as how many credit hours you take per semester and whether or not you take summer classes. The general timeline is four years, but it’s OK to take longer if you need to. And many students graduate in less than four years. Your academic advisor can offer you guidance and work with you to develop your timeline.

How long does it take to get a job after college?

Approximately 90 percent of ASU graduates looking for a job get at least one offer within 90 days of graduating. The amount of time it takes to get a job after college varies depending on many factors, including what field you are pursuing a career in, and how much time and effort you dedicate to your job search. ASU offers outstanding career service resources to students and alumni to help find and land their dream job.

Does tutoring improve grades?

For most students, tutoring helps them keep focused on their studies, work through challenging course content, prepare for quizzes and exams, and think through project goals and plans. All of these improve study habits and can help students improve their performance in class.

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