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  • Outside the Classroom | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Extended Lake Havasu Skysong Research Park Washington D C China Directory Search Search ASU Parent and Family Resources ASU Parent and Family Resources Home Resources Academic Resources Health and Safety Housing and Dining Financial Aid and Scholarships Outside the classroom Pay Your Charges Parking and Transit Sun Card Colleges Schools Programs Events News Sun Devil Family Association Outside the Classroom Watch your student thrive Becoming involved on campus gives students a stronger sense of investment and purpose At ASU we encourage all students to be actively engaged in campus life There are many ways for your student to become involved in the Sun Devil community whether through various student clubs and organizations sports and recreation opportunities or through student leadership Career Services Clubs and Organizations Dean of Students Fraternity and Sorority Life Get Involved at ASU Intramurals Religious and Spiritual Life Res Hall Association RHA Study Abroad Office Sun Devil Athletics Resources Academic Resources Health and Safety Housing and Dining Financial Aid and Scholarships Outside the classroom Pay Your Charges Parking and Transit Sun Card My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one place Admission Freshman Transfer International Readmission Graduate Law Counselor and Teacher Resources Paying

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/parents/resources/outside (2014-10-21)
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  • Colleges & Schools | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    throughout the greater Phoenix area ASU has the right campus and academic options for your student With nationally and internationally ranked programs and one of the largest populations of National Merit National Hispanic National Achievement Fulbright and Millennium Scholars in the nation ASU makes a strong commitment to the academic excellence of your student Health Solutions College of Journalism and Mass Communication Walter Cronkite School of Letters and Sciences School of Nursing and Health Innovation College of Public Programs College of Teachers College Mary Lou Fulton Additional Programs Graduate College Honors Barrett the Honors College University College Business W P Carey School of Business Letters and Sciences School of Teachers College Mary Lou Fulton Technology and Innovation College of Additional Programs Graduate College Honors Barrett the Honors College University College Business W P Carey School of Design and the Arts Herberger Institute for Engineering Ira A Fulton Schools of Graduate College Law Sandra Day O Connor College of Letters and Sciences School of Liberal Arts and Sciences College of Sustainability School of Teachers College Mary Lou Fulton Additional Programs Honors Barrett the Honors College University College Business W P Carey School of Graduate Degree Programs Undergraduate Degree Programs w College

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  • Programs and Events | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    through Fall Welcome Family Weekend Homecoming and new traditions like Night of the Open Door ASU provides opportunities for your student to a part of a special community As parents we encourage you to be a part of your student s Sun Devil story Orientation Congratulations Your student has been admitted to ASU Orientation is a key step in your student s transition to ASU and is required of all incoming students During Orientation your student will meet with current and future students and work with his or her academic advisor to select and register for courses You and your students will have the opportunity to connect with a variety of crucial university services including university housing financial aid and student services and resources Visit the Orientation site Fall Welcome Fall Welcome is a time for incoming students to settle into and explore their lives as the newest members of the Sun Devil family From move in to the first day of classes we re here to make sure your students get off on the right track Visit the Fall Welcome site Family Weekend Family Weekend is a time for ASU students and their families to celebrate being a part of the Sun Devil family Join us October 17 19 for Family Weekend 2014 Visit the Family Weekend site Homecoming One of ASU s longtime traditions Homecoming brings students families alumni and the university community together Join your students for the Lantern Walk Homecoming Parade or football game and see what makes being a part of the Sun Devil community so special Visit the Homecoming site Night of the Open Door ASU s newest tradition is also an excellent opportunity to see your student as ASU rolls out its academic highlights With more than 100 tours demonstrations and events over

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  • Fall Welcome Home | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    classes Fall Welcome is the official event that welcomes new ASU students and their families to campus With over 100 exciting FREE activities and events capped by the Sun Devil Welcome and Fall Concert Fall Welcome is the perfect time to learn about all the great things ASU has to offer Contact Us P O Box 872201 Tempe AZ 85287 2201 Phone 480 965 2880 Email fallwelcome asu edu My

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/fallwelcome (2014-10-21)
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  • ASU Family Weekend 2014 | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    socials to meet and greets with faculty most academic college activities take place Friday afternoon or Saturday morning Enjoy family friendly fun Check out Frozen in the Desert on Tempe s campus on Friday With a live performance of The Snow Queen the hit film Frozen and exciting Disney themed activities it s fun for the whole family Experience game day tradition and pride Don t miss Sparky s Spirit Hike Second Cup of Coffee a carnival style Devils on Mill and the Family Weekend Tailgate on Saturday leading up to the 7 30 p m game against Stanford Connect on social media Take a moment to send us a message and your best Family Weekend selfie using the hashtag ASUFamilyWeekend Preview Family Weekend events by clicking the photos below Getting started Learn more about the weekend s events and chat with the Sun Devil Family Association during a visit to the Family Weekend Preview and Hospitality Room on Friday afternoon in Tempe s Memorial Union Families registered for Saturday s tailgate can pick up their access passes at check in Bring the kids and a blanket Wind down a busy Friday with a variety of family entertainment on every campus Frozen in the Desert a special Disney themed program on the Tempe campus will feature a sing along version of the hit movie Frozen ice skating games and treats for the kids The fun begins with a student production of The Snow Queen Celebrate spirit tradition Don t miss two cherished traditions Saturday morning Sparky leads a Spirit Hike up ASU s Tempe Butte to paint the iconic A gold for the football game giving families a chance to take in the breathtaking views and a few selfies Enjoy breakfast and social opportunities at the SDFA s Family Weekend

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/familyweekend (2014-10-21)
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  • DART Guidelines | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    medical documentation Service Limits and Restrictions This service operates at near or above capacity every semester In order to make services available to as many qualified participants there are limits to what type of rides we offer All rides are for the registered participant only You will have to make other arrangements if you require someone to assist with your books supplies etc Regularly scheduled rides are for class and laboratory purposes only The rides will consist of on campus pick up and returns from on campus housing parking ASU inter campus shuttles and public transportation locations only Your meal plan is good at all on campus food services Those needing to get food when there is a break of 90 minutes or less between classes will be taken to the MU We do not provide service between residence halls for meals Considerations can be made under specific circumstances and are to be arranged with the program supervisor only For those who have a break between classes and want to return to your residence hall or parking lot There must be a minimum 90 minute break between the scheduled time of your pick up from the previous class to your residence hall to what would be the scheduled lead time to be pick up from your residence hall to your next class As an option we can take you to and pick you up from the MU libraries or the location of the next class DRC carts are not equipped to transport wheelchairs Those with crutches walkers tri wheeled push scooters must carry that equipment within the confines of your seated area Equipment cannot take up space that would prevent someone else from occupying the adjacent seat All equipment must be contained within and no part should extend outside of

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  • Abdominal Pain | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    between meals and in the morning It may last from a few minutes to a few hours and may be relieved with eating an antacids Loss of appetite and weight loss Nausea or vomiting dark red blood or material that looks like coffee grounds Bloody black or tarry stools The 2 most common factors associated with peptic ulcers are An infection with Helicobacter pylori H pylori bacteria The repeated use of aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs NSAIDs such as over the counter and prescribed ibuprofen Peptic ulcers are not caused by stress but stress can aggravate them See Stress Treatment Treatment depends on the cause The key is knowing when it s just a minor problem like a mild stomach ache or when it s something worse Pain that persists can be a sign of a medical condition or illness Very severe abdominal pain usually requires immediate medical care Questions to Ask Is the abdominal pain very severe or sudden extreme and constant Is the pain so bad that you can t move or does it get a lot worse when you move Are all of these symptoms of appendicitis present You have not had your appendix removed Pain and tenderness that usually start in the upper part of the stomach or around the belly button and move to the lower right part of the abdomen The pain can be sharp severe and felt more when the lower right abdomen is touched Nausea vomiting or no appetite Mild fever For females do you have the following signs and symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy or pelvic inflammatory disease PID You are sexually active and have missed one or more periods or have vaginal bleeding you can t explain Cramping or pain that can be severe in your lower abdomen Sudden fainting or dizziness Do you have signs and symptoms of an acute kidney infection Do you have the following signs and symptoms of kidney stones The pain started in your side before it moved to your abdomen or groin You pass no urine or it is painful to pass urine Your urine is bloody cloudy and or has a foul odor You pass urine often but only pass small amounts Your temperature is over 101 F 38 C With abdominal pain do you have any of these problems The whites of your eyes or your skin looks yellow Severe diarrhea or constipation lasts more than a week You have a bulge or discomfort when pressed anywhere on the abdomen Do you have signs and symptoms of a bladder infection With abdominal pain are any of these conditions present Continued belching nausea gas or gurgling noises Pain worsens when you bend over or lie down You could be pregnant Menstrual cramps are severe enough to keep you from going to classes nearly every month Self Care To Help Ease Pain in General Place a hot water bottle or a heating pad set on low over the area of pain Find

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/health/selfcare/abdominal (2014-10-21)
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  • Introduction | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    to Z Read about the problem its symptoms what causes it if known and treatments Scrutinize the Questions to Ask Start at the top of the flowchart and answer YES or NO to each question Follow the arrows in the flowchart until you get to one of these answers Get Immediate Care You should get help immediately If symptoms threaten life go to a hospital emergency department if you can do so quickly and safely If not call 9 1 1 or your local rescue squad Symptoms that threaten life include No breathing Unconsciousness Difficulty breathing Severe bleeding Head or neck injury Suicidal or homicidal intent Choking For symptoms that don t threaten life immediate care means seeing your health care provider or going to an urgent care center right away If your school has a health service center find out where it is and when it is open Find out where to go for urgent care both on and off campus Make sure you know phone numbers for these places and write them down Find out now how your health insurance covers medical emergencies when you are in the state you live in when you are out of state and even out of the country Then you ll know what to do if something occurs You may need to get additional insurance when you travel or study abroad See Provider You should get help immediately If symptoms threaten life go to a hospital emergency department if you can do so quickly and safely If not call 9 1 1 or your local rescue squad Symptoms that threaten life include No breathing Unconsciousness Difficulty breathing Severe bleeding Head or neck injury Suicidal or homicidal intent Choking For symptoms that don t threaten life immediate care means seeing your health care

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/health/selfcare/sectionone (2014-10-21)
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