ASU for You is an approach to education that supports Universal Learners® with resources from a national research university recognizing that to meet the needs of a rapidly changing, technology-driven world, people will need to access education and learning platforms throughout their lives.
Whether you are a learner or an educator, this new offering — launched now at a time when the world faces unique challenges that demand innovation and adaptation — provides a flexible and growing set of digital educational assets. The program is designed for people of all ages and at all stages of their educational, career or lifelong learning journey — wherever in the world they may be.
ASU for You offers resources for you
Find content made just for you or choose from our most popular resources listed below.
This rich library of resources is designed to help you be an informed and engaged citizen in American politics and democratic society. Multimedia programs feature nationally renowned speakers, historical texts and other tools to help you become versed in civil discourse and the pressing issues of our time.
Infiniscope uses simulations and virtual field trips to help educators engage learners in a whole new way. If you work to deliver education, you can make connections here that help you build adaptive, exciting learning experiences for your students.
The NASA Psyche Mission Innovation Toolkit
Be part of a new generation of explorers as you learn what it takes to make space missions a reality. Open courses introduce you to skills that took the Psyche mission from conception to launch.
Ask a Biologist
Whether it’s for school, at home or just for personal interest, Ask a Biologist will introduce you to fascinating topics about what makes the living world work the way it does, from microbes to mammals. Delve into articles, experiments, VR tours and tap the expertise of professional biologists to answer your questions.
Cultural innovation tools
Tools used by artists, designers and other creatives to adapt their process for these challenging times. Online resources — including exhibitions, performances, educational tools, stories from artists and more — will allow you to continue to create, collaborate and educate in the arts
Inspark Teaching Network
Textbook replacements, labs, simulations and projects that promote active, personalized learning using exploration-based lessons. Inspark is a global network of educators creating and sharing next-generation courseware.
Earn credits for less
To help learners make progress toward their undergraduate degree this summer, ASU has reduced tuition for online open courses from $400 to $99 until Aug. 25. These are general studies classes you can take for credit that can be applied towards a degree anywhere, so you can advance now.
Make your next move
The pace of change is altering the workplace and creating exciting new careers. Here you can enhance your knowledge and skills or set course for a career opportunity in an emerging industry or field of work. Find what you want from a wide range of professional development courses, each developed in collaboration with ASU faculty.
Visiting university students
Undergraduate students in good standing at any college or university are eligible to take courses for credit with Arizona State University as a visiting university student. If you already have a bachelor’s degree or are looking to enroll in ASU courses at the graduate level, you can apply as a graduate non-degree applicant.
Enrich your life
ASU offers a personalized learning pathway for Universal Learners® to follow their passions and explore their purpose. Here, you can earn badges, certificates and more as you broaden your skill sets.
Study Hall presented by Crash Course and ASU
From the producers of the popular Crash Course, this new YouTube series dives into subjects like writing composition, algebra, chemistry and data literacy. Join us weekly to check out new episodes.
Curated educational resources
ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College offers teaching and learning expertise for digital formats. Find resources for educators, leaders, community members and families. These tools support a multitude of needs as we come together to respond to adversity and put the practical, social and emotional needs of humans at the center of our solutions.