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Future Sun Devil Families Day opens doors to college

Free workshops share how to prepare for success at ASU


Future Sun Devil Families Day welcomes middle school and high school students.
Photo by Arizona Board of Regents

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November 05, 2015

Arizona State University is hosting Future Sun Devil Families (FSDF) Day this Saturday. This free half-day college workshop event is open to the public. ASU welcomes families, middle school and high school students to experience the campus together.

FSDF Day will equip each attendee with critical information about pursuing a higher education and achieving college success.

“It is our hope that families will leave with a greater understanding of what it takes for their students to be college ready,” said Lorenzo Chavez, director of family initiatives. “We want families to know that college is attainable, and it is not too early to start planning and preparing for success at ASU.”

In a series of fun, interactive workshops, FSDF Day staff will address such questions as financial aid, admission requirements and the steps students should take during high school to be better prepared to succeed in college.

“The impact of Future Sun Devil Families Day goes far beyond this event,” Chavez said. “Families receive and share college information and resources with neighbors, friends, family members and the larger community.”

Future Sun Devil Family Day

What: Free workshops to help students and parents be better prepared for college, as well as advice from current students and campus tours.

When: 8:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 7. 

Where: Arizona Ballroom in the Memorial Union, ASU Tempe campus. Parking will be free in the Apache Parking Structure at Lemon Street and Apache Boulevard. Find an interactive map here.

Details: For more information or to register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/future-sun-devil-families-day-tickets-18912511832.

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