Online college credit and resources for college students 

Studying for an upcoming test, expanding your skill set or exploring new ideas? Find college-level resources ranging from study support to online courses for college credit.

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Earn credits for less

Take ASU classes for college credit online — no application or transcript required. Learn at your pace, on your time. These courses can count toward a variety of majors from engineering to business. All credits earned will apply to ASU and any accepting university.

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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.

Spanish speakers, earn college credits at reduced cost

Spanish speakers, earn college credits at reduced cost

Acceso allows Spanish-proficient students to take online courses at four Mexican universities, at a much lower cost, and then transfer the credits to an ASU undergraduate degree. This tuition-savings program is available to currently enrolled ASU students and students who plan to transfer to ASU

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A 21st century library

Here, you can take a virtual trip to ASU Library and its amazing collection of online learning material for all, including books, articles, journals and audiovisual content.

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Pathways for the Future

Upskill to stay competitive in today's ever-changing workforce with programs tailored to you. Pathways awardees can get career support, financial aid and earn credit toward an undergraduate degree or certificate in one of three tracks: liberal arts and sciences, business or engineering.

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Infiniscope

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.

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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.

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Ask an Anthropologist

Learners of any age can take advantage of a wealth of insights from our anthropology experts and the resources here will help teachers as well as parents teaching at home. From hands-on experiments to real-world studies, learners at all stages can discover more about the roots of human societies and culture.

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Sun Devils at Home

Stay up to date and active with Sun Devil Athletics, even while you’re staying home. This collection of videos and stories include messages and home workouts from athletes and trainers, family activities and Zoom backgrounds.

ASU Local Los Angeles

ASU Local Los Angeles

Join ASU's new downtown LA campus and start one of more than 30 bachelor's degree programs this fall. Full scholarships available if you apply by June 1

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