Barrett, the Honors College at the Polytechnic campus provides an elevated academic experience that builds on the Polytechnic philosophy of “learning by doing.” This nationally-ranked Honors College creates a personable living-learning community of top students who are given special opportunities to reach their life-goals.
Along with ensuring that Barrett students have every opportunity to achieve academic success across the disciplines, a new residential hall that houses Barrett freshmen provides the perfect space to experience “a community of scholars.” Private space, entrepreneurial space, state of the art labs and alliances with local, national and international businesses seek to provide Barrett students with the practical and applied skills, and the theoretical knowledge necessary to exist and compete in the global, real-world marketplace.
I’m currently a freshmen at ASU’s Polytech Campus enrolled in the Engineering program. Without Barrett I probably would not have made the friends I did nor would I have been able to do the awesome honors contracts last semester, like making a zombie themed safety video.
Join FURI fellow Kyle Reilly and Andrew Heiman to learn more about this valuable opportunity within the Fulton Schools of Engineering!
Students are also highly encouraged to stay after the meeting for a Housing Renewal Q&A!
Join South Desert Village Residents Kyle Reilly and Andrew Heiman, as well as Barrett staff member, Jennifer Brady, in learning more about housing renewal for the 2015-2016 year! Students are encouraged to come to this Q&A to learn more about their options and the renewal process.
Dr. Mark Henderon, Associate Dean at Barrett Poly, was honored this past week on October 9th, by Tempe Sister Cities for his involvement and dedication to GlobalResolve. Co-founded in 2006 by Dean Henderson, GlobalResolve seeks to connect students and faculty in ways that foster creative innovation, but also to apply these solutions to current, real-world […]SEE ALL NEWS STORIES