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Diversity and International Affairs

The Office of Diversity and International Affairs (DIA) serves more than 100 international students from more than 40 countries. We organize inclusive, globally enriching programs for all members of the ASU community to contribute to the development of student life.

Our MissionSafe Space Logo

The mission of the Office of Diversity and International Affairs (DIA) is to provide quality programs, educational services for all students and scholars with diverse cultures. We serve as the chief advocate for these groups and play a key role in efforts to encourage a global perspective for all in our campus community.

Our Core Values

DIA works to offer cross-cultural programming and information to enhance the global mission of the University. Students, scholars, faculty and staff continue to be involved in a variety of inclusive programming and intercultural dialogue with affiliated student organizations and the broader community.


World-Class Student Services

  • F-1 Student Advisement
  • J-1 Student/Scholar Advisement
  • Work Authorization
  • Access to SEVIS Information Resource Library
  • Safe Space Training
  • Diversity Workshops
  • Study Away Advising

World-Class Programs and Organizations

  • National Student Exchange Program (NSE)- Creates an opportunity for ASU students to study for a single term or an academic year at more than 200 universities in the U.S. including U.S. Territories.
  • International Student Association (ISA)- On-campus organization (open to all ASU students) that offers diverse cultural programming. ISA's goal is to promote unity and solidarity of all people.
  • Amplified- LGBTQIA organization which inclusively serves as a safe space to affirm all students through educational programming and advocacy outreach.

World-Class Annual Events

  • International Education Week
  • Welcome Week Orientation Mixer
  • First Friday Cultural Mixers

Helpful Links                     

International Student Checklist

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