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Earning your graduate degree takes vision, hard work and commitment, and we want to make your experience better, from start to finish, with the resources, the support and the answers you need to begin your degree, progress in your program and thrive in your future career.


91% of graduate students become employed 90 days after graduation


ASU employs over 340 postdoctoral fellows


ASU offers over 450 graduate programs

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Professional Development

Hone your communication, critical thinking and collaborative skills and build your professional identity, whether you’re preparing for a career within or beyond academia.


Connect to a diverse graduate population and faculty and community resources for interpersonal support and academic or career guidance to navigate your professional path.

Knowledge mobilization

Learn to mobilize your research findings by making it accessible and usable in policy and practice—and make your work matter.

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Registration open for Summer Graduate Writing Camps

University Academic Success Programs is hosting two summer graduate writing camps in June for Arizona State University enrolled graduate students. 

Facilitated by UASP’s Writing Center staff, these camps will be offered online using both Canvas and Zoom.

Sitting on both sides of the table: Tips for combating job interview stress

The end of the school year is approaching. Sure, there’s excitement in the air, but endings can also bring uncertainty and insecurity. This is especially true when it comes to a top end-of-year stressor—the job application process. 

ASU students earn Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Associate-level Certifications

Six students have been awarded Associate-level Certifications from the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Network. These graduate students — Kara Gardner, Rehab Meckawy, Samantha Santos, Katreena Thomas, Annie Weaver-Bryant and Bobbi Woods — are the first students at Arizona State University to earn CIRTL certifications. 

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