The ASU President’s Club is a group of passionate men and women committed to transforming public higher education through their support of the ASU president.
By providing intellectual and financial resources, members assist the president to further ASU as it sets a new model of public higher education…a New American University.
In addition to speaking on behalf of ASU in their communities, President's Club members bring about significant impact through annual investments used by the president as seed money for promising initiatives, to attract research funding, and to build strategic alliances and partnerships.
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ASU transforming higher education
Arizona State University is the largest public university in the U.S., and Dr. Michael Crow has been its president for the last decade. He talks to Charlie Rose about his work and the role education can and should continue to play in our lives.
College Degrees, Designed by the Numbers
With 72,000 students, ASU is both the country's largest public university and a hotbed of data-driven experiments. One core effort, eAdvisor, is a degree-monitoring system that keeps tabs on how students are doing in their majors. ASU's retention rate rose to 84 percent from 77 percent in recent years, a change that university Provost Betty Capaldi credits largely to eAdvisor.