Join a club or organization in the physics department
If you want to network with fellow students who are passionate about physics, we encourage you to join one of the clubs and organizations in the Department of Physics at Arizona State University. From learning time management and making new friends to building your resume and positioning yourself for future employment, the benefits of student involvement are numerous.
Learn more about our physics clubs and organizations
- Sundial – The Sundial Project at ASU fosters a diverse community of individuals who are interested in the physical sciences. The community supports all members academically, professionally and personally through mentorship, departmental programs and network connections.
- The Society of Physics Students – The Society of Physics students is a professional physics association for students with an interest in physics. Our members include a diverse array of students in various fields of study, including chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, math, medicine and more. Members within the association can be elected to join Sigma Pi Sigma, a nationally recognized honor society. Both parts of the organization operate within the American Institute of Physics. For more information on how to join ASU SPS, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.