Student preparedness is our top priority! Browse resources available to Cronkite students.
ASU offers education and resources to ensure that all members of the university are safe and secure. Safety Escort services are also available.
Learn more about Campus Safety
Learn about ASU’s Campus Police
Life-threatening emergencies: Call 911
Non-emergencies (Downtown Campus): Call 602-496-3456
For a Safety Escort: Call 480-965-1515 (or the non-emergency line for your campus)
All ASU students have access to Sun Devil Athletic Events for free; use that link for tickets, and your ASUrite login to access the ticketing portal.
University Ticketing Office: 500 East Veterans Way Tempe, AZ 85287; Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Barrett, the Honors College
Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University is a selective, residential college that recruits academically outstanding undergraduates across the nation.
Schedule a visit here or call 602-496-1757 for an advising appointment.
Online: Purchase books and supplies online here.
Downtown bookstore: 111 E. Taylor St., Ste 160, Phoenix, AZ 85004; call 602-496-0347; Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (hours subject to change)
ASU Counseling Services offers professional confidential, time-limited, counseling and crisis services for students experiencing emotional concerns, problems adjusting, and other factors that affect their ability to achieve their academic and personal goals.
For immersion students: Call 480-965-6146 (general) or 602-496-1155 (Downtown); or, visit ASU Counseling Services at Post Office Suite 208, directly across from the Cronkite building. Walk-ins, tele-counseling or in-person services available. You may schedule an appointment through My Health Portal.
For online students: Call 833-223-9883, or visit ASU 360 Life Services
Cronkite academic advising
Undergraduate advising and graduate advising services connect students to advisers who provide guidance on topics related to courses, academic careers and general success. To schedule an appointment, call, visit or go to MyASU and view the Academic Support Team box, and select “Academic Advising.”
Visit: Cronkite suite 222
Cronkite Career Services
Services provided include résumé review, internship information and career advising specific to the media field. Schedule an appointment to learn about internships and information specific to media careers.
Visit: Cronkite suite 222
Financial Aid and Scholarship Services
Available to assist students with all financial aid, scholarship, and account questions.
Call: 855-278-5080, 24/7
Visit: University Center Building, Suite 130 (Downtown campus)
First-year success center
The First-Year Success Center (FYS) is an award-winning, high-impact, dynamic center that treats every student like a VIP through a variety of peer coaching services. Success coaching empowers students to thrive both inside and outside the classroom, and it is customized to individual interests, strengths, and needs. FYS provides individualized and holistic peer coaching services to freshmen and sophomores on four ASU campuses.
Visit: University Center 102 (Downtown), Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Calculate your term and cumulative GPAs here.
ASU Health Services
ASU Health Services is dedicated to the wellbeing and educational success of each student by providing high-quality health care that is accessible, affordable, and compassionate. Physicians and nurse practitioners are board-certified in emergency medicine, family medicine, internal medicine, neurology, orthopedics, rheumatology, and sports medicine.
Visit: Health South, 1st floor (Downtown)
The library is open to the students and the public. It offers group study rooms, computers, printing, technology support, adapters and help with research by college specific librarians. Reserve rooms and access the library database online.
Visit: LL University Center (Downtown); Monday-Thursday: 7 a.m.–11 p.m., Friday: 7 a.m.–7 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
On/off campus housing
Living at ASU promotes creative connections and innovation both inside and outside of the classroom while providing a supportive, close-knit environment designed to set you up for success.
Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services (SAILS)
Call: 480-965-1234 (Downtown)
If you seek work in order to meet educational and living expenses, or you seek real-world professional experience, consider student employment. Search for open ASU Student employment positions.
Student Success Center (tutoring center)
The Downtown Campus Student Success Center provides assistance in mathematics, statistics, biology and many other subjects by reviewing key concepts from courses, learning new methods for note taking and textbook reading, formulating questions to take back to professors about course material and developing new study strategies.
Visit: University Center 101, Monday-Thursday: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Student Success Center (writing center)
This writing center provides assistance in writing essays, personal statements, and grammar with a variety of writing assignments, including essays, applications, résumés, lab reports, and more.
Visit: University Center 101, Monday-Thursday: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (Walk-ins available but appointments are recommended)
Online: Schedule an appointment
Sun Devil Fitness and Wellness Center
ASU’s Sun Devil Fitness enhances the ASU experience by providing programs, services and facilities that promote healthy lifestyles, build community and enable student success. Sun Devil Fitness offers a variety of recreation, fitness and sport opportunities that include intramurals, group fitness, personal training, sport clubs and instructional classes.
SunDevilSync (clubs and organizations)
SunDevilSync is Arizona State University’s online student involvement system. It connects students with student organizations and student organizations with their members and Administrative Advisors in a customizable, online campus community. Sign into SunDevilSync using your ASUrite ID login.
Use several of ASU’s resources to travel, commute and park on the various campuses. Use the shuttle service that takes students in between the Tempe, Polytechnic, Downtown and West campuses.
Visit: University Center first floor lobby
TRIO is a set of federally-funded college opportunity programs designed to motivate and support first generation, low-income, students with disabilities and veterans in pursuit of a college degree. After reviewing the eligibility requirements, submit your application. Student Support Services online applications are accessible to admitted and current ASU students.
Visit: Post Office 244