Undergraduate experiences

Real-world research and professional experiences for students are critical to advancement post-graduation in jobs and careers.

As an undergraduate, you can work with faculty, graduate students and other undergraduates to transform your knowledge into actual practice –whether it is developing alternative energy from sunlight or creating your own entrepreneurial experience to launch a business.

Search for what interests you on our UResearch site using the Handshake app to link you directly with researchers and research efforts that fit your interests and career goals. In addition to research, there are also internships, service-learning opportunities, study abroad, clubs and groups that help make ASU graduates the strongest candidates for today's rapidly shifting career landscape.

The Ask A Biologist is a web-based K-12 science education program that has, since 1997, excited the imagination and put learning in the hands of children, teachers, parents, home-schoolers and life-long learners.
Check out ASU/NASA's Space Grants, which provide graduate and undergraduate students opportunities to further their education in a multitude of disciplines and programs.
Visit Barrett, The Honors College to learn about the unique learning environment honors students have access to and how the Barrett experience fosters intellectual growth through diverse majors and concentrations.
ASU offers several entrepreneur opportunities, programs and centers, like Changemaker Central, that thrive thanks to students innovative talents and abilities.
The Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics examines ethical issues surrounding new technology, research and warfare through the center's various projects and work. The center prepares for and devises strategies to improve public programs and face challenges head on through innovative collaboration.
The School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research (SOLUR) program promotes and facilitates opportunities for undergraduates with majors in the School of Life Sciences (SOLS) to participate in exciting biological research being done on the ASU campus and elsewhere in the Valley.
ASU is home to over 1000 registered student organizations that span all four campuses. Join an organization today and be the change you want to see in your community, meet people with similar ideals, develop skills for use outside and inside the classroom and most importantly, have fun.
The ASU Study Abroad Office administers more than 300 study abroad programs in over 60 countries around the world. Students can study abroad during the summer term, fall semester, spring semester or full academic year.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has a wide range of scholarship to offer, including scholarships available for students who are interested in participating in research experiences with faculty.