Visiting the ASU Campus and San Bernardino
How to Get to the Main Campus
We are located in the City of San Bernardino, close to the 10, 210, and 215 freeways. You may find driving directions to our campus by clicking here.
Visitors may park in any of the multiple university lots. Spaces are limited. No permit is required. Parking on the corner of Court St. and "D" Street offers the closest, most convenient space to all areas of the university for visitors.
A visit to the American Sports University campus is perhaps the best way to learn about the University's academic programs, student services, and community life.
Student guides conduct walking tours of the campus for prospective freshman students and their families and guests as part of an organized Campus Visit program. The visits include a Student Information Session before the tours. Click here for details and dates.
For group prospective student tours, please contact the Office of Admissions at least two weeks in advance.
There are no tours on official University holidays. You may find all official University holidays on our Academic Calendar.
Family Weekends & Activities
Each year, ASU invites families and friends to reunite with our students on-campus to get a real look at the daily operations of our institution. Check back for updates on planned activities and weekends.
Get Involved at ASU
The Office of Continuing Education was formed in 2009 to extend the resources of the University with the people of California. In the future, we plan to offer a sweeping breadth of credit and noncredit courses, services, and programs for people who seek educational and enrichment options that are outside the scope of traditional campus offerings.
These Continuing Education programs and courses will support the University's strategic themes of "a broadened sense of ownership by the people of California," "improved public education," and "support for the California economy."
Our Web-based and online courses will connect students of all ages to the vast intellectual capital of ASU. Our researchers and educators in the K-12 domain are developing programs that enhance educational outreach to children who enter California schools each year. Full and part-time students enrolled in the University will tap into our evening college credit program, as will citizens of the greater Inland empire community who are not enrolled in ASU. Working professionals will sharpen their career skills in our professional development seminars, workshops, and certificate programs. Retired adults will benefit from both the fellowship and scholarship opportunities of our University. We look forward to sharing our breadth of knowledge and resources with the greater community, here in California and beyond.
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