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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.

Barrett LGBT Club (BL+C) provides a forum for peer advice, support and encouragement; a shared resource base; an opportunity for LGBTQIA* honors students to develop a vibrant, interconnected community of peers with similar experiences; a safe and affirming space in which students can express their identities in confidence; individual and group experiences designed to investigate notions of gender, sexuality, and marginalization, as well as courage, liberation, and success.

The Barrett Mentoring Program (BMP) is an organization founded on building community in Barrett for new students during their first-year experience. BMP pairs upper-class students with first-year students, creating a “family."  Each “family” is organized along similar academic goals (majors) and interests. Mentors act as resources, guides, and supporters as they assist their mentees in getting adjusted to college academics, foster Sun Devil pride by attending ASU and Barrett events, and...

Meetings: The Barrett Residential Council convenes weekly to bond with others in the Barrett community, vote on community funds allocations, and organize events for the Barrett complex.

Student Board: Barrett Residential Council has many opportunities for student leadership. All positions are available for students living within the Barrett Complex.

The Barrett Sustainability Club (BSC) is a group of students working to change the world, starting with Barrett, the Honors College. BSC aims to educate students about sustainability while providing a platform for change. The club also manages the organic rooftop garden within the Barrett Complex.

The Barrett Women’s League (BWL) is devoted to providing honors students opportunities to connect with each other and with faculty, staff, and alumni of Barrett, The Honors College. BWL aims to increase the awareness and accessibility of resources and faculty for Barrett students, in addition to empowering members to reach their fullest potential as professional women. Founded in the Fall of 2015, BWL has quickly embedded itself within the Barrett community by partnering with other Barrett...

The Honors Devils organization is comprised of Barrett Honors College students who assist with the college’s recruiting activities. Honors Devils help with visit programs, which provide prospective students the opportunity to attend classes, tour the campus and have lunch with a current student. Assisting with campus-wide recruitment events and hosting social events for the Barrett Honors College are also functions of the Honors Devils. They serve as the college’s ambassadors. ...

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. ...
The Barrett Welcome Program is designed to help incoming upper-division students navigate the benefits and challenges of Barrett.  Chairs of the program are available to offer advice and support as well as plan events to make upper-division students feel welcome in the Barrett community.  
BLAST West gives Barrett students at ASU West an opportunity to build their leadership skills while serving the community.  The members of BLAST West organize service activities for Barrett students both on and off campus.  These activities focus on the local as well as the international community.