Welcome current students!
Here you will find resources to help guide you through your experience at the School of Community Resources and Development.
Please review the advising guide for information about our programs and minors.
Use this link to find your advisors and to answer commonly asked questions.
Have questions? We can help answer them. Thinking about how you are going to finance your undergraduate degree? Review this link for options.
The School of Community Resources & Development has several scholarships available only to students in this school. Review this link for more information about these specific opportunities.
Joining a student organization is a great way to get connected to the school and other students interested in similar career paths. Follow this link for more information on all of the student organizations specific to this school.
Ready to find out more about the national organizations associated with your degree? Ready to get connected to professionals in your choosen career field? Review this list of numerous organizations that you can become a part of on the national level.
All students are required to complete 200 hours of Career Field Exploration hours prior to their final semester of their senior year. Follow this link for more information about the requirements, a database of opportunities, and other related information.
All students are required to return a signed placement agreement before the start of their internship. Follow this link for instructions.
All students will complete a full-time internship during their final semester of their senior year. Whether you are a sophomore thinking ahead or a senior ready to get the application process started, this page provides all the necessary details.
Feel as if you have exhausted all possibilities for career field exploration (CFE) hours and internships? Check here for additional resources.
All information regarding the College of Public Programs Convocation can be found here.
****Please note that all petitions must be submitted via email attachment (doc or docx format only) to Lynne.Cody@asu.edu.****
The deadline for Summer and Fall 2013 petitions is 5:00, May 8, 2013.