Shaping tomorrow, today

We seek to shape a future in which humanity not only survives but thrives on a healthy planet.

Big challenges need new thinking

We all share a stake in the future. Be part of the world’s first College of Global Futures, dedicated to creating a sustainable, equitable and vibrant future for everyone.

In Arizona State University’s College of Global Futures, we prepare our students to address some of the greatest challenges of our time: from ensuring the social benefits of powerful new technologies and creating just and sustainable futures, to exploring solutions to emerging issues that transcend the limitations of conventional thinking. Our students have numerous opportunities to work closely with professors and engage in exciting research to uncover more inclusive futures.

When you graduate from ASU’s College of Global Futures, you’ll be equipped with skills that enable you to work in areas such as consultancy, utilities, nonprofits, and government and regulatory agencies. Some examples of the career fields you can enter are policymaking, education, marketing, corporate sustainability, food systems, global development, technology assessment, waste and recycling, science communications, and fashion and apparel.

Who are we?

How can I make an impact?

Ensuring AI tech benefits humanity

Regenerative systems and circular economy

Increasing educational access with new technologies

Supporting innovation and development around the world

Advancing healthy coastal communities and marine systems

How to find us in degree search!

Ready to be a part of our community? Let us help you find the degree program that best fits your goals and interests.

Learn more about scholarships and how to finance your education

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A Day in the life

A Day in the Life story from an alumna, who works at U-Haul

Careers Going Forward

Careers Going Forward video events

Request our services

We offer services for prospective students, families, and teachers, such as, Walton Center for Planetary Health building, classroom college presentations (in-person or virtual), teacher professional development opportunities and information about further education through our undergraduate and graduate degrees.


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Will Cobb

Associate Director of Student Enrollment, Access and Impact

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Michelle Jimenez

Assistant Director of Enrollment and Recruitment