Find your community - explore diversity resources
ASU celebrates diversity in many different ways both on and off campus. With so much available to you, it’s hard to know where to start. Whether you’re a go-getter, a classroom learner or an action-taker, there are multiple ways to get out there and find your community. Check out these four great resources to start exploring what ASU has to offer:
Get involved. ASU hosts its annual March on West in January in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Get involved for a great way to learn, give back and meet new people.
Pro tip: Meet the students who helped organize the event and ask how you can get involved next year.
Student groups galore. We have more than a thousand student groups at ASU. There’s a pretty good chance there’s a group that will fit what you’re looking for. If not, you can always start your own club with a couple friends and an advisor.
Pro tip: Check out upcoming involvement fairs and start looking for your home away from home.
Take a class. Explore the history and current events of a variety of cultures, regions and people by exploring classes in a cultural academic unit. These courses cover so many topics it’s going to be tough to decide which one to take.
Pro tip: Check out our guide to overcome your fear of office hours and chat with your professor with confidence.
Visit Culture@ASU. This is a fantastic resource for experiencing cultural diversity on campus. This site will keep you in the loop on upcoming events and series. Check out the Express Yourself performances showcasing spoken word, dance and visual arts.
Pro tip: Audition to be a part of the next performance.
We want to help you find the place you feel most at home while in school. Let us know what helped you find your community at ASU by sending us a message.