Celebrate ASU Night at Chase Field on Aug. 27


August 5, 2013

Arizona State University and the Arizona Diamondbacks are hosting an ASU Night at Chase Field on Aug. 27. Show your Sun Devil pride by wearing your maroon and gold as the Diamondbacks take on the San Diego Padres, starting at 6:40 p.m. Tickets are specially discounted for all ASU students, faculty and staff.
 
The following seating options are available:

• infield reserve – $9 (reg. $14-$25)
• bleachers – $14 (reg. $19-$33)
• baseline reserve – $20 (reg. $26-$45)
 
To purchase tickets, click here and use the special offer code: devils. Download Full Image

Downtown Phoenix campus students can contact Keith Chandler at keith.chandler@asu.edu to redeem their tickets.
 
For any accessible seating or groups of 12 or larger, contact Diamondbacks representative Daren Heaton at (602) 462-4233 or dheaton@dbacks.com.
 

To purchase tickets follow the instructions below:

1. Click on the link provided.
2. Select your game.
3. Next screen: leave the email box blank; put in special offer code.
4. Next screen: create a Ticketmaster account (box is on the right) – only need to do this one time OR put in the information for your existing ticketmaster account (this is where the tickets will be e-mailed, so a personal account may be used).
5. Next screen: select number of tickets and use the drop down for the seating location.
6. The best available seats for the criteria are chosen and you can approve and move on to the purchase screen.

Lisa Robbins

editor/publisher, Media Relations and Strategic Communications

480-965-9370

Quality low-cost counseling services available at ASU


August 5, 2013

The Counselor Training Center, located on the Tempe campus in Payne Hall (EDB 401), offers quality, low-cost counseling services to the ASU community and to the community-at-large.

Services are available to full-time students, faculty and staff for $20 per semester; part-time students, faculty and staff for $40 per semester; and any community member for $80 per semester.  

The counselors at the center are graduate students working toward either a master's degree in counseling or doctoral degree in counseling psychology. They work under the close supervision of faculty members who are licensed psychologists. The counselors in training work with individuals, couples and families to help them resolve personal, career, marital and adjustment issues that are barriers to healthy relationships and productive lives.

For more information or to make an appointment, contact the Counselor Training Center at 480-965-5067 or visit cisa.asu.edu/ctc.