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Resources for students

At the School of Art, you are surrounded by people who want you to succeed.

Whether you are a prospective student needing vital information to help narrow university options, or you are a current student needing advice on classes, internships or job opportunities, we are here to help.

To access resources for current students.

  1. Click the "Login to Sharepoint" button below or click on the sections below.
  2. On the Microsoft sign in page enter your ASURITE email address such as
    • If you are prompted, select the “Work or school account, Created by your IT department”
  3. This will take you to the ASU sign in page
    • Enter your ASURITE credentials and select the student radio button when prompted.
  4. If you receive an access denied error message, please contact HIDA IT by going to or call 480-965-6911.


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Participating in an internship can enrich your educational experience and give you real-world exposure to your field. 
Find out more.

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School of Art is here to meet your needs whether you are a prospective undergraduate or graduate student needing vital information.


The contributions made by the faculty in the School of Art are vital components in the success our students. Visit the faculty directory.

Scholarships and funding opportunitiesThousands of dollars in scholarships and fellowships are awarded to students annually. Explore all of your options
ASU has many financial aid options available.

Herberger Institute Creative Career ServicesWhether your unique pathway includes graduate school, taking the first step into your chosen career, or creating your journey based on your passion areas, there are numerous ASU resources available to help you get the most out of your education. 
Find out more.

Did you know that creative thinking is one of the top traits employers are seeking? See our list of elective offerings for non-majors.


Final year requirements for studio art

BFA and MFA studio art programs culminate in exhibitions of student work.
Find out more

Honors experience

The School of Art offers special programming for Barrett, The Honors College students.
Explore the honors program.

Get involved

Connect with the art community in Tempe, Downtown, and online through SunDevilSync for club meetings, School of Art events, orientation sessions, community art fairs, and more.

Clubs and organizations

There are numerous student organizations on campus specifically for artists like you! 
Find out more.

Students working and looking at papers

External professional development resources

Research opportunities recommended by School of Art faculty, including residencies, conferences, exhibitions, fellowships, grants, and journals..


Forms are available for undergrad and graduate students.



The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Office of Student Success facilitates the academic achievement and creative development of undergraduate students while assisting in the navigation and attainment of their goals.

To access the resources the advising team offers, visit our Sharepoint website or click on the options below.

Contact an advisor or schedule an appointment

Living on and off campus

As a student in the Herberger Institute, you’ll have a number of options to choose from when it comes to experiencing student life, whether you’re living on campus or off campus.

Commencement and convocation

Graduation is the action of completing your degree requirements. Commencement and Convocation are ceremonies to celebrate the accomplishment of graduation.

Student of concern process

The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts students of concern process gives faculty, staff, peers, family members, and other community members the ability to make the dean's office aware of specific student concerns.

Barrett, The Honors College experience

We are proud to regularly attract many of the best and brightest students to Barrett, The Honors College. Connect with your faculty honors advisor for your intended major.

Fall Welcome

The Fall Welcome sessions are devoted to providing you with necessary information for your specific major within the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

Computing services

The Information Technology department within the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts assists with computer hardware and software, student computing labs, and a range of other technology services.

Share your success

We want to share news about your success and accomplishments, and we'll post them on our websites and social media efforts.


Handshake connects ASU students and alum with job and internship opportunities.

Make a Creative Career Advising appointment today!

  1. Log on to Handshake
  2. Click “Career Center” and then “Appointments”
  3. “Schedule a New Appointment” and find “Creative Careers”