Study Abroad 101

Explore your study abroad options! Attending a Study Abroad 101 workshop is your first step to seeing the world through an Arizona State University study abroad program.

This information session, led by a Study Abroad student recruiter, covers all the basic information on program types, eligibility, housing, finances, searching for and choosing a program and the application process.

Free Bike Registration for Sun Devils — Tempe

Celebrate Bike Month with Parking and Transit Services by riding your bike on campus. 

To help bicyclists, PTS offers free bike registration. All you need is to bring your bike and Arizona State University ID card to the event.

Participants can learn about Phoenix-area alternate transportation options and meet with ASU Police for bike safety tips. Representatives from ASU’s car share and bike share programs will provide information about these services on campus.

Light refreshments served.

Americans and the Nazi Threat: What Did Arizonans Know?

While media around the country provided frequent and vivid accounts of rising Nazi brutality in Europe, Americans focused inward in the 1930–40s. Step back in time with experts from the Museum to explore headlines, reactions, and artifacts from the region to understand the history in a local context.


Dr. Donald Fixico, Distinguished Foundation Professor of History, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University

Seeking Justice in Arizona

Join the School of Social Transformation for the 13th annual Seeking Justice in Arizona Lecture Series. The Seeking Justice in Arizona Fall Lecture Series brings in experts from our local communities to discuss critical national issues in an Arizona context.

Each lecture is followed by a question and answer period and time to interact with the speaker informally. Admission is free and open to the public.  

Celia Robidoux, justice studies, Arizona State University 2012

Florence Project: Mental Health Services for Inmates in Immigration Proceedings

Liz Casey works with legal teams that represent individuals diagnosed with a mental illness in their immigration proceedings. She is responsible for locating necessary services for each client, writing release plans, advocating for clients, providing post-release case management services, and building partnerships with housing, mental health and other community support services.

The Florence Project is the only organization in Arizona that provides free legal and social services to men, women and children detained in immigration detention facilities.

The Collective

"The Collective" is a portfolio of assorted art that switches between traditional and digital work. It is a series of emotionally charged pieces, art that provokes deep sentiment in the artists.

The gallery will feature: