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  • How to Get Involved | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    students manage buildings create student policies plan student concerts and events and lead community service initiatives among other leadership pursuits ASU students are leaders in and outside of the classroom and the Memorial Union provides the platform and opportunities for student leaders to discover their talents skills and passions MU Advisory and Activities Board The Memorial Union Advisory and Activities Board acts as the student voice for the ASU Memorial Union MUAB serves the student population by planning and hosting events that showcase the MU In addition to programming efforts the MUAB conducts regular review of MU policies to make sure the MU is best serving the student population and its needs For more information about MUAB please contact muprograms asu edu Changemaker Central Changemaker Central serves as a key gathering space for ASU s social innovators It serves to empower students to apply their education expertise and passion for positive social progress and life long civic engagement Changemaker Central cultivates a culture that tackles social and global challenges through collaboration innovation and diverse approaches to problem solving Leadership Programs ASU offers numerous student leadership opportunities from Student Government USG Graduate and Professional Student Association GPSA the Programming and Activities Board PAB and the Memorial Union Advisory and Activities Board MUAB In addition the Memorial Union provides leadership development program and student leadership initiatives throughout the year that foster connections between students staff and faculty Student Employment The Memorial Union prides itself on its student run operations Learn more about how you can join the Memorial Union team Clubs Organizations ASU has more than 1 100 active student clubs and organization Find one that speaks to your passions or create your own student group on campus Fraternity and Sorority Life Fraternities and sororities have been an important part of ASU

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/mu/involved (2014-10-21)
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  • Plan your next event in the Memorial Union | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    student organizations campus departments and at limited times of the year organizations and businesses from the larger community The MU is an ideal setting for meetings conferences or special events due to its central location 25 meeting rooms event amenities and catering services Scheduling Events Whether you are planning a small meeting or a large conference we are excited to host your event at the ASU Memorial Union Our event coordinators are prepared to work with you and assist you in scheduling an appropriate space that s perfect for the kind of event or meeting you are planning Many of our rooms have flexible set ups that can include round tables theater info fair or other styles to best suit your needs while ensuring the best utilization of the facility In addition to meeting rooms Event and Meeting Services schedules dedicated portions of Cady Orange and Tyler Malls Palm Walk Student Services Lawn Hayden Lawn Vista Dome and Sparky s Den Billiards Bowling and Arcade Our office is open Monday Thursday from 8 a m 6 p m and Friday 8 a m 5 30 p m with amended hours during school breaks Because our facilities are in high demand

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/mu/plan_event (2014-10-21)
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  • Student Organizations | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Student Organizations Student Organizations Home Downtown Polytechnic Tempe West Locations Student Organizations Student organizations are a great way to get involved on campus They are a great way to make an impact on your campus life and community develop new skills and hone skills learned in the classroom meet friends with similar interests and have fun There are over 1000 registered student organizations at Arizona State University across all four campuses With this many student groups there is truly something for everyone If you can t find a club that interests you contact your local campus office at the links on the right and they will help you get one started Take a moment to browse all of our registered student groups or seach for a particular interest OrgSync OrgSync is a tool to manage all your organization s information Send emails and texts manage your membership and calendar store files fill out campus forms connect your organization with service opportunities and track your individual leadership experiences Check out some of the ways OrgSync can help you be successful or learn more about how to use OrgSync Upcoming Events My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/clubs (2014-10-21)
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  • Hispanic Heritage Month Events | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    and groups who identify with and strive to create a more inclusive environment for these communities Downtown Phoenix La Fiesta Sept 15 6 9 p m Civic Space Park Latin s Past Present and Future Oct 9 6 8 p m Cronkite First Amendment Forum 2nd Floor Polytechnic Media Perceptions of Latinos Sept 17 12 2 p m Century Hall Multipurpose Room Fiesta de la Noche Sept 30 6 8 p m Century Hall Courtyard Cafe Y Pan Oct 1 1 3 p m Student Union Salsa Night Oct 7 6 9 p m Student Union Ballroom Tempe Hispanic Heritage Month Kick Off Sept 15 11 a m 2 p m MU North Stage Through the Eyes of a Latino Sept 17 6 30 8 30 p m Underwater Dreams Documentary Panel Sept 26 6 8 p m MU Arizona Ballroom Brought to you by Fulton Schools of Engineering Graduate Professional Student Association Society of Hispanic Engineers Latinos in Engineering and Science and the NASA Space Robotics Club Latin Night Sept 26 8 11 p m MU North Stage Tempe Tardeada Oct 5 12 6 p m Tempe Community Complex Living in Higher Ed Latinos at ASU Learning Growing Sharing Oct 7 Noon 1 p m MU Gold RM 207 Brought to you by The Chicano Latino Faculty Staff Association El Concilio The Chicano a Research Collection ASU Libraries Meet the Greeks Oct 8 6 30 9 p m MU Arizona Ballroom Latino Genealogy Preservation of Family Archives Oct 15 5 30 7 p m Hayden Library C41 Lambda Theta Phi Taco Sale Fundraiser Oct 18 6 10 p m MU Arizona Ballroom West Noche de Celebracion Sept 15 11 30 a m 1 30 p m Verde Dining Pavilion Screening of film Underwater Dreams Sept 24 6 8 p

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/student-engagement/culture/hispanic-heritage (2014-10-21)
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  • MU After Dark | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    D C China Directory Search Search Memorial Union Memorial Union Home About the MU What s in the MU Things to Do MU After Dark Monday Thursday Night Football Jazz on the Plaza Alive 5 Comedy Sun Devil Spirit Bowling and Billiards How to Get Involved Plan an Event MU After Dark Friday Nights in the MU Things heat up in the MU after the sun goes down MU After Dark is an opportunity for students to enjoy all the MU has to offer at night Each Friday night students can enjoy pre home released movies casino nights poetry slams live music performances TED Talks Bowling Billiards carnival games karaoke and many more events sponsored by ASU student organizations Interested in hosting an MU After Dark program Contact muprogams asu edu Become a fan of MU After Dark on Facebook to get all the details each week Follow us on Twitter ASUMUAD and Instagram too This Week s Event Things to Do MU After Dark Monday Thursday Night Football Jazz on the Plaza Alive 5 Comedy Sun Devil Spirit Bowling and Billiards My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one place Admission Freshman Transfer International Readmission

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/mu/things_to_do/afterdark (2014-10-21)
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  • Home Page | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    We are glad you are a part of the Sun Devil family At Arizona State University we pride ourselves on ensuring that every student has the best possible university experience We realize this goal by focusing on Achievement Engagement and Responsibility which we think of as The Sun Devil Way We will ensure that you achieve in and out of the classroom we encourage you to engage and connect personally with the university and your fellow Sun Devils and we expect you to make responsible choices during and beyond your time at ASU You are the author of your own Sun Devil story and we know at graduation you will be proud of what you have attained We are honored to support you in your efforts Go Devils Contact Us Downtown Phoenix campus Dr Georgeana Montoya Downtown Post Office Room 243 522 N Central Avenue Phoenix AZ 85004 602 496 4357 Polytechnic campus Dr Michael Mader Administration Building Room 120 7001 E Williams Field Road Mesa AZ 85212 480 727 5269 Tempe campus Dr Kevin Cook Student Services Building Room 263 1151 S Forest Ave Tempe AZ 85281 480 965 6547 West campus Dr Sharon Smith University Center Building Room

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/DOS (2014-10-21)
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  • Campus Safety Presentation | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Campus Campus Life Student Support Student Rights Student Rights Home Academic Integrity Campus Safety Presentation Choices Workshop Disciplinary conduct checks Filing a report FAQ for Parents FAQ for Students Online Social Networking Policies Procedures Sexual Violence Awareness and Response Student Code of Conduct Title IX Safety Policies Campus Safety Presentation Campus Safety Presentation Preventing and Responding to Conflict With the goal of providing all members of the university community a safe environment ASU encourages staff and faculty to attend a Campus Safety Presentation or review this presentation online This presentation includes information about safety concerns intervention strategies and resources and learning to diffuse conflict The brief evaluation at the end of the presentation offers a way to request an in person presentation for your staff Begin the presentation by clicking here Then click anywhere on a screen to advance to the next screen or click the arrows bottom left to advance or return to a prior screen Student Rights Student Rights Home Academic Integrity Campus Safety Presentation Choices Workshop Disciplinary conduct checks Filing a report FAQ for Parents FAQ for Students Online Social Networking Policies Procedures Sexual Violence Awareness and Response Student Code of Conduct Title IX My ASU Find

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/dos/srr/CampusSafetyPresentation (2014-10-21)
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  • Choices Workshops | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    who participated in situations involving errors in judgment Students will be challenged to think about their values and current decision making style while considering if their behavior is congruent with their values and learning about various decision making fallacies and styles Please visit https eoss asu edu dos srr to register for the next available workshop All workshops are held at Off Campus Student Services located at 915 S Rural Rd Tempe AZ 85281 Day Date Time Location Monday 8 18 2014 10 a m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Thursday 8 28 2014 3 30 p m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Thursday 9 11 2014 3 30 p m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Monday 9 15 2014 10 a m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Thursday 9 25 2014 3 30 p m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Monday 9 29 2014 10 a m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Thursday 10 9 2014 3 30 p m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Monday 10 13 2014 10 a m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Thursday 10 23 2014 3 30 p m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Monday 10 27 2014 10 a m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Thursday 11 6 2014 3 30 p m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Monday 11 10 2014 10 a m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Thursday 11 20 2014 3 30 p m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Monday 11 24 2014 10 a m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Thursday 12 4 2014 3 30 p m OCSS Conference Room Click Here to Register Monday 12 8 2014

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/dos/srr/choices_workshop (2014-10-21)
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