Undergraduate Student Success
Together with your academic advisor, you can proactively develop a path to graduation and beyond. Your advisor can help you choose classes to meet your degree requirements, manage your schedule, and provide guidance on the many resources ASU has to offer. It’s recommended that you meet with your advisor at least once a semester.
Undergraduate Thunderbird Peer Leaders are upper-division students here to help you navigate your college experience and create genuine connections with you. They facilitate programming by engaging students with educational opportunities beyond the classroom.
Undergraduate Campus Ambassadors come from all over the world and support fellow students and prospective students through their academic journeys. Meet your Campus Ambassadors and get a feel for Thunderbird Undergraduate student life!
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Internships are an integral part of the Thunderbird undergraduate curriculum and all Thunderbird undergraduate students are required to complete a 3 or 6 credit internship, TGM 484. It is the student's responsibility to secure their preferred internship experience such as working locally, out of state, remotely, or abroad and submit to Thunderbird advising for approval in a timely manner. Internships outside of the U.S. can be organized through ASU’s Global Education Office or independently.