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Los Diablos, established in 1984, is an organization committed to academic scholarship and community service. It is the official Latino Chapter of the ASU Alumni Association and is an affiliate of the ASU Foundation. For over 25 years, Los Diablos has been raising funds to provide financial assistance and support to outstanding college students of Arizona who attend and graduate from ASU. In addition to providing FULL tuition scholarships, Los Diablos scholars are assigned to a board member who serves as a mentor, advocate and university liaison for the academic year.
Founding Members: Romelia Carbajal, Manuel Dominguez, Aaron Kizer, Rosie Lopez, Tommy Martinez, Barbara Ortega, Carlos Ortega, Daniel R. Ortega, Hon. Ed Pastor, Verma Pastor, Ricardo Provencio, Sam Ramirez, Hilda Ortega Rosales, Nellie Soto, Richard Zazueta
Los Diablos Toast and Roast Legacy Reception
Thursday, April 5
6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Event to recognize and celebrate over 30 Years of Comunidad,
Liderazgo, and Corazon of the Los Diablos Legacy to the Arizona
State University familia.
The Los Diablos Toast and Roast Legacy Reception is an
opportunity to honor our Founding Members and to continue the
importance of making college accessible and affordable.
Registration link coming soon!
Community Dialogue hosted by Los Diablos
On Monday, August 29th, Los Diablos hosted a Community Dialogue at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Great Hall with special remarks from ASU's president, Michael Crow.
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