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Student life is the heart of the college, with activities, organizations, and initiatives aimed at helping students build lasting relationships with peers, faculty and staff who are devoted to their individual success. Find out how you can proactively get involved, get moving, and be part of something bigger than yourself while building your skill sets and resume for graduate school or industry. With over 1000 clubs and organizations available at ASU and in the Barrett Honors College that offer rich opportunities for service and engagement, honors students find multiple ways to get involved and stay connected to ASU.

The Barrett Honors College Council, also known as the BHCC, is one of Barrett’s signature organizations composed of elected students who work to foster a community within Barrett and enhance students’ Barrett experience. Similar to a Student Council, the BHCC is devoted to providing students with...
The Barrett Leadership and Service Team Downtown (aka “BLAST’D”) aims to support the College by assisting and organizing social and academic events, and volunteer opportunities. BLAST’D members develop essential leadership skills, help connect students with the local community, and serve Barrett...
Barrett Downtown Honors Devils serve as student ambassadors of the Barrett Downtown program, assisting with on-campus Barrett recruitment activities for prospective students. Downtown HDs (as they’re sometimes called) help with prospective student information sessions and SED’s (Student Experience...
The Barrett Honors College Council, also known as the BHCC, is one of Barrett’s signature organizations composed of elected students who work to foster a community within Barrett and enhance students’ Barrett experience. Similar to a Student Council, the BHCC is devoted to providing students with...
Through the Barrett Mentoring Program, freshmen are able to select their mentor pair (comprised of sophomores, juniors and seniors) and become a part of a Barrett family with several other incoming honors college students. Mentor teammates provide guidance, encourage involvement in Barrett and ASU...
BLAST @ Poly is the leadership and service team for honors students on the Polytechnic campus. BLAST members organize events for Barrett students, serve ASU and the Polytechnic campus, and work with charitable organizations in their community.In the past, some of their community building events...
Barrett Honors College students have the opportunity to participate in our Barrett living-learning residential community, Barrett Living On Campus, which is designed to support academically outstanding students. Freshmen honors students live together in Century Hall. This facility is designed to...
Poly Honors Devils are Barrett students who promote the Honors College and Polytechnic campus by speaking with prospective students, guiding tours, and holding events designed to encourage high-achieving students to apply to Barrett.By serving the honors community in multiple ways, Honors Devils...

Welcome to AllWalks@ASU! AllWalks@ASU educates ASU students about domestic sex trafficking and how it impacts our communities. We are also a part of the Student Alliance Against Trafficking which brings together students at different universities across the country to help spread awareness. 

Arizona Microcredit Initiative (AMI) is a student-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that strives to help local entrepreneurs start and run their businesses. We do this through three channels: Business Development Workshops, One-on-one consulting, and Microloans. We encourage all students to attend our workshops held at Barrett for honors students. The topics range from basic business modeling to accounting and finance. For more information, feel free to check out our website...

The Barrett Honors College Council, also known as the BHCC, is one of Barrett’s signature organizations composed of elected students who work to foster a community within Barrett and enhance students’ Barrett experience. Similar to a Student Council, the BHCC is devoted to providing students with quality programs, events, and services and giving Barrett students a voice in the community, and working with Barrett Administration to advocate on student issues. One of the key ways in which...

Formerly BATS, the Barrett Honors College Nontraditional Students (BHCNS) is a student association developed within Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University that recognizes and supports the unique needs and interests of upper division honors college student. This organization provides a forum for peer advice, support and encouragement, a shared resource base, and an opportunity for students to develop a vibrant, interconnected community of Barrett peers. Members of...

Barrett Indigenous Culture Association (BICA) is a nonprofit organization designed to promote the diversity and cultural community at Barrett, the Honors College and provide a communal space for Native Americans and all indigenous people around the world.

The Barrett Leadership and Service Team (or BLAST as members affectionately call it) was founded in the fall 2006 semester. The team works to create and organize new events that will build a strong community among Barrett students, past and present, and lay the foundation for longstanding traditions unique to the Honors College. BLAST focuses on three pillars of engagement: leadership development, social service, and the support of major honors college events including Family Weekend,...

The Barrett Artists and Musicians is the music and arts group of Barrett West. BAM members share their passion for art and music throughout the year by organizing cultural events for the Barrett community.  They host trips to Downtown First Friday, visits to the Musical Instrument Museum, and art...
The Barrett Ambassadors serve a critical role in helping prospective students feel welcome when they visit Barrett West. The Ambassadors give campus tours and serve as hosts for prospective students who visit the ASU West campus for a day or overnight. 
The Barrett Honors College Council, also known as the BHCC, is one of Barrett’s signature organizations composed of elected students who work to foster a community within Barrett and enhance students’ Barrett experience. Similar to a Student Council, the BHCC is devoted to providing students with...
Honors Devils serve as representatives of Barrett by participating in a variety of Barrett recruiting events throughout the year. The members of this paraprofessional organization serve as speakers, event hosts, and honors representatives at prospective and new student events.Honors Devils receive...
Starting college can be a challenging time, but Barrett Mentors are here to help Barrett West freshmyn make a smooth transition to university life. Barrett West Mentors are available to answer questions and offer advice about classes, the Barrett community, and student life at ASU. During the fall...
The Barrett Residential Community (BRC) is a unique program in both Casa de Oro and Las Casas that creates an engaging living-learning environment which fosters students’ personal development, both intellectually and socially, while providing facilities to meet their academic and living needs. ...