Getting involved is easier than you think. Even if you can’t be on campus, you can still be an important part of our student organizations. Whether you want to pursue a leadership position—or connect with other students who share in your hobbies or passions—joining a student club is a great way to meet students, build connections and make the most of your ASU Online experience!
Below is a list of clubs that already offer online membership. More and more clubs are adding online memberships, so be sure to check back regularly to find a club that’s the perfect fit for you.
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars recognizes academic achievement while also giving students the opportunity to get involved. Members work to develop leadership skills and participate in service and volunteer activities. NSCS invites first- and second-year college students who have a GPA of 3.4 or higher. If you meet the GPA and ranking requirements you’ll receive an invitation to join during your first or second year of studies.
Graphic Information Technology Club
Are you a Graphic Information Technology major? If so, this club is for you! One of the largest student organizations on ASU’s Polytechnic campus, the GIT Club is the student organization for all GIT majors. The GIT Club organizes events including an annual student art show and barbecue and meetings with industry speakers and also awards scholarships for students to attend conferences. To join, just email firstname.lastname@example.org. In your message, list your ASU email address as well as your first and last name.
Video Game Development Club
Do you have an interest in video game development? ASU’s Game Developers Club is dedicated to bringing artists, writers, musicians, designers and programmers together to develop video games, foster team working skills and build professional portfolios. To join, visit the club’s website and click the Join Us button.
Are you interested in competitive gaming? By joining the eSports Association, you’ll have the opportunity to learn, practice, and play together as well as gain opportunities to compete in leagues, such as the Collegiate StarLeague (CSL), League of Legends, Defense of the Ancients (DOTA), and more. Players of all skill levels are welcome. To join; just visit the club’s website and/or Facebook page.
Lux Undergraduate Creative Review
Do you like to write? The Lux Undergraduate Creative Review is an online magazine encouraging and featuring the emerging talent of all undergraduate students by providing a creative outlet for their literary and artistic work. Lux accepts poetry, fiction, visual art, song lyrics, screenplays, creative non-fiction, music, film, and other modes of expression beyond the bounds of traditional genres and values originality, individuality, artistry, diversity, and passion. If you’re interested in submitting some of your work to be featured in LUX, visit luxmag.wordpress.com for more information about submission guidelines and to download the electronic submission form.
Do you grapple with some of humankind’s biggest questions? Do you find value in reflection and contemplation? Then check out ASU’s online Philosophy Club! You can request to join via Google Hangouts here.
ASU Alumni Association
Want to network with fellow Sun Devils? Our alumni association provides a great way to meet others with an ASU connection. With groups across the country and around the globe, you can easily find an alumni group near you. Alumni groups are constantly hosting events from networking opportunities to game day meet-ups. Sun Devils love joining together to share their school pride! To join, visit The ASU Alumni Association website to get started.