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Upcoming and Recorded Career Spotlight Sessions

A list of upcoming and recorded career spotlight sessions offering information from various career areas.

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Girl Scouts: The Science of Crime Scenes

Calling all girls: Join us on May 4, 2019 at the Parsons Leadership Center in South Phoenix to learn more about Girl Scouts and participate in a fully immersive program, “The Science of Crime Scenes!” Have you ever wondered what…

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ASU Summer Programs

ASU Summer Programs are available for students grades Kindergarten – 12 in a variety of topics including engineering, leadership, math and the arts. Programs are offered on all four ASU campuses and formats range from day camps to residential programs,…

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Future Sun Devil Families

Future Sun Devil Family Day!  It’s never too early to plan for college! Future Sun Devil Family Day (FSDF) is an opportunity for students and parents to experience a university campus, talk to current college students, learn the benefits of attending…

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Resources


Stress and Balance

Stress is a natural part of life.  We experience stress in varying degrees daily.  Getting a handle on stress helps to create balance.  Some signs of balance include:

  • Mindfulness:  Living in the present moment rather than worrying about the past or the future
  • Time management:  Making good use of your time so that you attend to the important priorities in your life
  • Regulating emotions:  Recognizing and expressing your emotions in constructive ways
  • Prioritizing sleep:  Setting an effective sleep routine so that you get enough sleep to rest your body and mind daily
  • Coping:  Skill in finding constructive ways to manage challenging situations
  • Relaxation:  Ability to bring the body and mind to a calm state of being

Explore topics in stress and balance:

Semester Stress & Anxiety

ASU is committed to the success and well-being of our students. Many students are facing significant stressors in their lives which can interfere with personal and academic goals. For some, stress may even result in thoughts of self-harm or suicide. 

We are aware that it can be difficult to know when to be concerned about yourself or another student, especially for you are not a mental health professional.  Your experience of stress or a sense of being overwhelmed may exhibit in a variety of ways. While there is no template, click here for signs that may indicate distress or a significant emotional concern.

If you find that you need help or are concerned about another student, it is important to know that there are steps you can take and resources available to support you. For yourself we encouage you to reach out to any of the resources below to help.  If you are concerned about a friend, we encourage you, to speak directly to them and express your concern. Be specific and remind them you are talking to them because you care.

  • ASU Counseling Services staff is available for walk-ins, appointments or to provide consultation anytime between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
    A call placed to (480) 965-6146 will connect you to any of our four campus locations. After business hours, call the EMPACT ASU-dedicated hotline at (480) 921-1006
  • Student Advocacy and Assistance  in the Dean of Students office guides students in resolving educational, personal and other difficulties by linking students with appropriate university and community resources
  • For emergency situations, call the ASU Police Department (9-1-1)

Right now! Enrollment is ongoing throughout the year. You can begin online high school courses at any time and courses take approximately 4-5 months per semester.

Full-time Arizona students need to enroll for fall during one of the following windows:

Early Enrollment* – May 15-June 15

High School Enrollment – June 16-July 15

Last Chance Enrollment for Full-time High School** – July 16-Aug 19

Last Chance Enrollment for Full-time High School Condensed Session** – Aug 20-Oct 7

*During Early Enrollment the application fee is waived and you may save on individual course tuition. Ask your admissions advisor for details.

**There are course restrictions in this cohort, please ask your admissions advisors for details

Summer 2019 ASU/ASUPD Schedule for Concurrent Courses


 

Session A

Session B

Session C

Last Day to Request ASU courses (new ASUPD students)

5/10/2019

6/24/2019

5/10/2018

Tuition and Fees Deadline (as applicable)

5/17/2019

6/28/2019

5/17/2019

Classes Begin

5/20/2019

7/3/2019

5/20/2019

Last Day to Add/Drop

5/21/2019

7/5/2019

5/21/2019

Memorial Day- No Classes

5/27/2019

Tuition Fee 100% Refund Deadline (ASUPD invoices after this date)

5/24/2019

6/25/2019

5/24/2019

Course Withdrawal Deadline

6/9/2019

7/23/2019

6/9/2019

Independence Day- No Classes

7/4/2019

Complete Session Withdrawal Deadline

6/27/2019

8/13/2019

7/11/2019

Classes End

6/27/2019

8/13/2019

7/11/2019

Final Grades Due

6/30/2019

8/15/2019

7/14/2019


Are you proving to be a highly motivated high school student? If so, consider taking Concurrent Courses to earn two degrees- a bachelor’s in three years, and a master’s in one additional year. That’s the time it takes most people to get just one degree! The 3+1 program is a fully constructed course schedule that capitalizes on your Concurrent Courses. For more information, check out this link and contact your LSC.

ASU Prepatory Academy is excited to announce a special partnership with the Girl Scouts. All girls are welcome to join for a fun-filled, exciting opportunity at no cost!

Joining Girl Scouts truly enriches the lives of girls! They offer incredible outdoor adventures, travel opportunities, scholarships, and the highest awards! Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character.

Click here to sign up for Girl Scouts.

Did you know? ASU Prep Digital students have access to the ASU Library’s collection of research databases, e-books, e-journals, and more. When you use these library resources, you will be prompted to login using your ASURITE ID. Don’t know your ID? Contact your LSC for assistance.

Explore ASU Online Library Resources here.

Access Library Tutorials here.

Learn about proper source citation here.

Are you currently enrolled in, or interested in taking an ASU course? Check out some of our most frequently asked questions here.

A few highlights:

Take a Tour of my.asu.edu

Set up your ASU Email Account

How to Locate Grades and Transcripts

Get your Course Book List

For tech support: dial (855) 278-5080, or visit the University Technology Office here.

The Verma and Ed Pastor Scholarship- May 15 deadline ($2,500-$5,000)

The Phoenix Community Development & Investment Corporation will award $2,500-$5,000
scholarships for post-secondary education to students in Maricopa county. Applications for the Verma &
Ed Pastor scholarship are due by May 15, 2019 to the Arizona Community Foundation. For more info and
to apply, please click here.

The Phoenix Suns Charities SunStudent Scholarship- May 15 deadline ($5,000 to $7,000)

Phoenix Suns Charities wishes to recognize and reward students who set high expectations for themselves and have identified, and intend to pursue, endeavors that will lead to a successful future, not only for themselves but for their communities. Up to 7 total SunStudent Scholarship awards will go to Arizona students; 2 of which will be reserved for Native American students, and one for an exceptional student, who will receive the Kevin Johnson Scholar award of $7,000. For more info and to apply, click here.

Catherine M. Newman Memorial Scholarship Fund- May 15 deadline (amount varies)

The Catherine M. Newman Memorial Scholarship was created to honor the memory of Catherine (Cathy) Marie Newman with the objective of helping scholars who have demonstrated a passion for learning, hard work, and giving back to the community, but who may also need financial assistance to bring the dream of a college degree to fruition. Your application for this scholarship honors Cathy Newman’s memory and we appreciate your interest. 

Eligibility requirements: 3.0 GPA or above, intent to enroll full-time at ASU, NAU, or the UA. Preference for students majoring in sciences or writing (including math, engineering and journalism).

For more info and to apply, click here.

Ingebritson Family Scholarship- May 15 deadline (up to $3,000)

The Ingebritson Family Foundation makes scholarship awards to students attending Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, Maricopa Community Colleges, Yavapai College and Eastern Arizona College. Eligible students must have a 2.5 GPA or higher, have Financial Need as demonstrated by FAFSA, and intend to major in Nursing, Education, Finance, or Engineering. 

Award Details:
Award is up to $2,000 for a community college and $3,000 for a 4 year university.

For more info and to apply, click here.

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