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ASU launches Family Hub for engagement opportunities, family news

A new online hub allows families to easily engage in Sun Devil life

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Sun Devil families around the world and across many generations can sign up for the ASU Family Hub to get connected to events and resources at Arizona State University.

June 30, 2020

Arizona State University launched the ASU Family Hub on June 30 as a new way to help parents and families create personalized university experiences.

The key functions of the ASU Family Hub include bringing Sun Devil families together and offering information on campus programs and events, resources for supporting students and opportunities for families to get involved at ASU, regardless of where they live.

“This hub is a great idea and will help make my life easier,” said Shari Weiss, whose incoming first-year student is her third child to attend ASU.

Families can customize their experience within the hub, from receiving information relevant to their student to specific opportunities related to their own interests and passions by joining different communities.

“I've never been able to organize all of the marketing pieces for family involvement over the years, but now I look forward to getting involved, knowing that all those opportunities are going to be in one place,” Weiss said.

The hub was designed to encourage families across the globe to take advantage of the many lifelong learning opportunities, Sun Devil traditions and events that ASU offers. Families can share their excitement for upcoming lectures and exhibits, cheer on Sun Devil Athletics, opt in to the ASU Mentor Network and volunteer to support family experiences and student success.

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The ASU Family Hub will connect parents and family members to university resources for their children and engagement opportunities with other families. Graphic provided by CampusESP.

All registered families will be automatically enrolled in the hub to learn about the many engagement, involvement and lifelong learning opportunities available within Sun Devil family community.

“We want this to be more than just a place to learn about ASU events and deadlines,” said Kellyn Johnson, director of family programs at Arizona State University.

“We want this to be a true hub, a strong community in which families engage with university programs, support student success, connect with each other and build an ASU experience rooted in their interests and aspirations.”

Families who have not already received an email invitation can register here to activate and complete their profiles.

Written by Will Argeros, EOSS Marketing

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