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In the spirit of the fall season, here are some tricks and treats for ASU Online students. First, the tricks . . . If you have a question about anything ASU-related . . . navigate to the ASU Help Center or click on the Service Center tab located on your… Read More →
Congratulations! You have decided to enroll in an online graduate program at Arizona State University. Currently, Arizona State University offers over 35 online graduate programs, and a quick scroll through ASU Online’s website (http://asuonline.asu.edu/online-degree-programs/graduate) reveals the diversity of the programs: a Doctor of Behavioral Health program, a Master of Liberal… Read More →
For the past three years, I’ve played professional golf on the international stage and most recently with the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). The tour has afforded me an amazing opportunity to pursue my dream of playing professional golf while visiting some pretty amazing places. To join the tour, however,… Read More →
You don’t have to be a computer wizard to enroll and succeed in ASU’s online courses. But we do recommend keeping a few tech tips in mind: Use a desktop or laptop computer. ASU Online recommends you use a standard PC or Mac desktop or laptop computer with a webcam, headset… Read More →
With the semester drawing to an end, we all know what’s right around the corner – final exams! Like a storm brewing on the horizon, we all see it coming and there’s nothing we can do to avoid it. However, we can prepare, but as an online student, I’ve learned… Read More →
Does MIGA (make it go away) come to mind every time you have to do that DQ? Paper due tomorrow, but not started? Let’s face it – since our fathers and our fathers’ fathers have probably used the “dog ate my homework” excuse as many times as they walked to… Read More →
You’ve considered your options, mulled over critical decisions, completed the application process, and been accepted as an online student. Soon you’ll begin your courses, meet your instructors and classmates, and start working through course materials on the way to your educational goals. As you begin to do this it’s important… Read More →