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The ASU Alumni Association works with Chapters around the country to host Sun Devil Send-Offs in the summer for new students joining ASU.
These events provide new students and their families a great opportunity to ask alumni questions about their ASU experience and make friends even before they arrive on campus. The 2017 Send-off season was a huge success with more than 35 events happening nationally.
ASU students who have attended Send-Offs are appreciative of the chance to meet ASU alumni and other freshmen and indicate that this event was helpful in preparing them for their time at the university.
View the video below that captures the essence of this important program:
Here's what students are saying about Sun Devil Send-Offs:
Cami Samuels, Portland, OR – Broadcast Journalism Major
"I really liked getting to meet other new students who live in the same state and area that I do. I think it is really helpful to know them going into the school year and we all exchanged phone numbers and info so we can stay in contact."
Jordan Frakes, Westlake Village, CA – Journalism Major
"I really enjoyed the introductions. Everyone comes from different backgrounds and attend ASU for different reasons. Hearing what other students were majoring in was interesting too."
Mikealina Mederos, Manhattan Beach, CA – Speech and Hearing Sciences Major
"I really enjoyed meeting new people, and I liked how I was able to ask my questions about the school."
Natalie Fleming, Madison, WI – Sustainability Major
"I enjoyed meeting both other incoming freshman as well as their parents. It was nice to talk about our individual preparations for ASU such as purchasing season passes for games and mode of transportation to Arizona."
Jaime Watson, Tucson, AZ – Political Science Major
"I loved meeting the alumni and hearing about their experiences at ASU and gaining advice from them."
Lupe A. Flores, Arcadia, CA – Kinesiology Major
"I liked meeting other students who are attending ASU and knowing that we're not alone entering a new adventure in life."