professional organizations

Students are encouraged to research the professional organizations listed as a way to increase your professional networks. Additionally, these organizations should be researched for cfe and internship opportunities.

get involved

Joining a student organization is a great way to get connected to the school and other students interested in similar career paths. The School of Community Resources & Development encourages its students to become involved in student organizations which provide peer support, networking and career development opportunities.

graduate & doctoral programs

Advance your career and your community. Pursue a graduate degree through the College of Public Service & Community Solutions.

Prospective students interested in graduate program offerings within the School of Community Resources and Development at Arizona State University are encouraged to submit their application materials as early as possible. Visit the ASU Graduate College website to learn more.

undergraduate programs

undergraduate programs


ASU's School of Community Resources & Development advances the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of our local and global communities through instruction, research, and service. We provide use inspired research and experiential academic programs in the areas of:  Community Sports Management; Nonprofit Leadership & Management; Parks & Recreation Management; and Tourism Development & Management.


The School of Community Resources & Development offers a variety of scholarships to students.

Additional scholarship money may be found through ASU at: or through the College of Public Service & Community Solutions website.



Downtown Phoenix campus 

The School of Community Resources & Development is located on the Downtown Phoenix Campus of Arizona State University, in the University Center Building, suite 550.


411 N. Central Ave, Suite 550
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phone: 602-496-0550
Fax: 602-496-0953


current and prospective student advising: