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ASU in Washington D.C.

Student resources

Student resources

As an ASU student in Washington, D.C., university resources are available to you. Below is a list of key resources for your reference. Please identify yourself as an ASU D.C. student when calling.

Student Advocacy and Assistance guides students in resolving educational, personal and other campus impediments toward successful completion of your academic goals. 
(480) 965-6547

The Dean of Students serves to advance the vision of the New American University through design and delivery of programs and services that enhance the student experience and overall quality of student life. Student Advocacy and Assistance links students with appropriate university and community resources, agencies, and individuals, collaborates with faculty and staff in the best interest of the students, and follows through to bring efficient closure to student concerns. We work closely with many other campus departments and programs to ensure appropriate referrals and resources are made available to all students regardless of their geographic location.
(480) 965-6547

ASU Counseling Services offers confidential time-limited professional counseling and crisis services for students experiencing emotional concerns, problems in adjusting, and other factors that affect their ability to achieve their academic and personal goals. We will talk to you, help you identify solutions or support, and connect you with those services at ASU or in the community.

Counselor on Duty 
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MST, Monday thru Friday 
(480) 965-6146 

After Hours 
EMPACT (480) 921-1006 

Counseling support is also available for Sun Devils 24/7 at no cost. ASU Counseling Services now offers Open Call and Open Chat services and telehealth appointments for you at anytime, anywhere across the world. This service offers brief individual tele-therapy at both traditional and non-traditional times of day. 

To learn more, visit Open Call and Open Chat and Where to Start.

Living and getting around Washington, D.C.

Woodley Park center is ASU’s preferred housing for Sun Devils interning, living and working for a semester in Washington, D.C. 

Washington Intern Student Housing’s (WISH)

Your major is just one piece of the puzzle. Discover career opportunities based upon your skills, interests and passions. Career and Professional Development Services has made it easier than ever to discover a career path that is right for you. 

Career Services 
(480) 965-2350

ASU Health Services is dedicated to the well-being and educational success of each individual student by providing high quality health care that is accessible, affordable, and compassionate.

ASU is committed to offering you a top-quality education that provides the most value for your investment and prepares you for a lifetime of success. Financial Aid and Scholarship Services can assist via a network of resources.

Student Financial Assistance
(480) 965-3355

Connect with University Registrar Services to help with enrollment and academic records.

University Registrar
(480) 965-3124

ASU’s Live Well Community is dedicated to supporting you in your health and well being journey.

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