Open Hours at the Piper Writers House

The Piper Writers House is open! Drop by for our new open hours every first and third Friday* from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. to learn more about our historic building, meet creative writing community or just hang out and read a book.

We're located on the Tempe Campus of Arizona State University at 450 E Tyler Mall, Tempe, AZ 85281. Volunteers will be on hand to answer your questions about our programs and the history of our space. Come on in!

*Please note: there are no Open Hours in the Summer (June, July, and August)

Same-Day Advising

Need to see your academic advisor for a quick question? New College offers Same-Day Advising every Thursday! Call our advising office (602-543-3000) on Thursday morning to secure your same-day appointment for later that day. It's like standing in line for a movie or concert tickets  only better because you don't have to stand in line!

Curious what it's REALLY like to study abroad? Want to get your questions answered by someone who has experienced the journey before? Join us as a Study Abroad Student Alumni answers your questions live on Instagram (@ASUStudyAbroad). You can ask anything — from choosing a best-fit program, how to apply, making travel arrangements, what it's like to be abroad  the sky's the limit. Attend and be entered into a drawing to win a study abroad prize pack!

School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies Graduate Programs Meet and Greet: Graduate Life During a Pandemic: Strategies of Care

Graduate life looks different now than it did before COVID-19. Join Program Directors Claudia Villegas-Silva and Annika Mann for a conversation about strategies for transitioning into this academic year, especially how we can gather resources to create a community of mutual support. Meet and greet faculty in these two exciting graduate programs.

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Best Laid Plans

Gallery 100 is pleased to present "Best Laid Plans," an exhibition featuring a selection of work by spring 2020 BFA graduates. The title, which refers to a popular saying used when plans go awry, speaks to how each of these artists have had to adapt during the pandemic.