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Student Success Centers at ASU offer free academic support resources for all students including tutoring, writing support, structured study groups, or a place to study on your own.
ASU has a number of legal services that can assist you. Do you know your rights as a student? Whether on campus or dealing with problems off campus, are you fully informed? There are places that you can go to for legal aid and assistance, whether it be a Notary Public service or seeking advice and counsel in matters pertaining to judicial affairs. They enable you to empower yourself and assert your voice.
ASU is a diverse institution. This multitude of diversity encompasses such areas as ethnicity, socio-economic status, religion, sexual identity and orientation and students with disabilities. If you wish to learn more about any of these issues, which often influence your academic experience, there are student services and organizations available to assist you with resources, information and support.
There are special considerations that must be managed by a nontraditional student. Unlike traditional-aged students, the nontraditional student may have to contend with: supporting a family; making sure the kids are being supervised while you are attending class; questioning if you are academically prepared to return to college, working full time, etc. ASU provides Web resources you may find helpful in addressing issues specifically relating to returning adult students.
Studies have shown campus activities, in reasonable doses, can actually improve a GPA. And there’s no doubt that extracurricular activities can enhance your college experience. For many, getting involved rekindles their dedication to their studies. How do you find others who may share your interest in science fiction, snowboarding, rugby, or whatever? How do you connect to the various local agencies to become active in the community? ASU has hundreds of organizations and clubs that will help you become involved, or just help you explore any number of hobbies or activities that always sounded interesting. Here are places to take the first step in campus involvement.
Are you getting enough sleep? Are you eating the right foods? Are you taking care of yourself? Are you seeking medical assistance when you are ill? Making sure you are doing these things is an important consideration in your being academically successful. The following are some resources to assist you in being well: