Arizona Center for Law and Society Grand Opening

Arizona State University and the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law will host the grand opening of the Arizona Center for Law and Society. This state-of-the-art building symbolizes a new model for legal education — one that fosters openness, collaboration and innovation for students who walk through its doors, and serves as a resource to the community. The building is designed to leverage technology to foster collaboration across multiple audiences and engage with partners, donors and community leaders that made this building possible.

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(Dis)Orientation

Enjoy Saturday Night Live-like sketches, songs, comedic drama and slam poetry that show real-life issues of campus life. Talented ASU students talk about dealing with newfound freedom and independence, living with roommates and preparing for college-level courses.

Downtown Transfer Student Orientation and Information Session

Transfer students will have an opportunity to learn about the ASU community and the resources and organizations that are here to help them succeed. Learn how the library can support your education, get information about resources on campus and meet peers who are also new to ASU. We hope to make this time informative and fun for you. Refreshments will be provided.

TaylorFest

TaylorFest is an annual block party that takes place in the Fall semester on the Sunday before classes begin at ASU. This event is a key part of the Sun Devil experience as it allows students the opportunity to interact at an event that is inclusive to various interests. TaylorFest is a collaboration between ASU student organizations, ASU campus partners, and local businesses where new and returning students can socialize, find out about student organizations, and meet local vendors from the downtown Phoenix area.

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