There are many resources available to students beyond what GPSA has to offer. Check with your department and school about scholarship and funding opportunities within your program. We also encourage students to stop by the Graduate Student Centers on each campus to meet other students, hang out, and get free printing (up to 50 pages a week) in color and black & white. Here are some of the resources available to students at ASU.
Graduate Student Centers – On-Campus LocationsTempe Campus: Center for Family Studies
851 S Forest Mall, Tempe, AZ 85281
Downtown Campus: Student Center at the Post Office-Lower Level
522 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003
West Campus: Faculty Administrative Building (FAB)
13591 N. 47th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85306
Polytechnic Campus: Academic Center Building-Lower Level
5988 S Backus Mall, Mesa, AZ 85212
Pitchfork Pantry serves students in order to combat hunger and food insecurity at ASU by providing direct services such as food relief and education on what makes students food insecure. It is a student-led food pantry that provides fresh produce, rescued groceries, and toiletries to anyone in the Arizona State University community for free.
There is very limited on-campus housing for graduate students. Take the ASASU Housing Survey and give honest feedback on your experience with ASU housing! Your participation will improve housing resources and support the efforts of student governments to advocate for more affordable student housing options.
If you, your household, or someone you know is struggling with housing affordability, food security, or other issues, please reach out to the Dean of Students at email@example.com. The Crisis Fund exists to provide financial relief to graduate students experiencing unforeseen emergencies. Fill out the form below if you’re in need of resources.
United Campus Workers AZ is a wall-to-wall union for all students, staff, and faculty. Our mission is to champion and defend the interests and well-being of all university workers and to fight for social and economic justice in our workplaces and communities.
Join or start your own graduate stduent organization (GSO) in order to apply for GSO funding from GPSA. This funding is typically used for events and operations. You can apply on Sun Devil Sync for up to $3,750 per event.
This is a support group for students in graduate school, please respect this purpose. It is for finding and sharing helpful resources only. Share events, ask questions, get connected to other graduate students!