At the Fulton Schools you have many opportunities to get involved outside of the classroom. Meet new friends, conduct research, find your inner entrepreneur, help your peers as an upperclassman, introduce new generations to the joys of engineering and, above all, have fun! See how you can customize your experience.
Connect with your peers this semester
One of the most recommended pieces of advice for new college students is to join student orgs and clubs. At a university as large as ASU, the myriad clubs, organizations and opportunities can be difficult to navigate. But we have a few easy ways you can get involved.
Now is a good time to work on your career
It’s never too early to start thinking about your career. If you’ve always known what you wanted to do or if you’re still figuring it out, the Fulton Schools is here to help you to be successful.
Get involved in research as an undergrad
One of the best ways you can enhance your engineering education is through hands-on research projects. Research and lab experience help you develop your interests and make a great impression to future employers and graduate programs.
Be an innovator
By your nature as a Fulton Schools student, you’re a builder and innovator. You have great ideas and great potential to become a game-changing entrepreneur. What better place to get innovating than the #1 most innovative university? We have the opportunities to get you started.
Become a leader at the Fulton Schools
As you progress through your studies at the Fulton Schools, you have more opportunities to help your peers in a variety of leadership positions, and to inspire future Sun Devil engineers and technologists as community ambassadors.
Participate in Fulton Schools traditions
Being a Fulton Schools student doesn’t mean “all work and no play.” Our traditional ceremonial symbol is the lightsaber, so you know we can be a light-hearted bunch! We hope that in addition to all your study hours, you also take a few hours to have fun. First-year students already experienced E2, our traditional welcome weekend extravaganza. And hopefully you know that we wear gold on Fridays. Here are a few of our other traditions you shouldn’t miss out on.