Fletcher Library, room 117


4701 W Thunderbird Rd

Glendale, AZ 85306

(main) 602-543-6290

(fax) 602-543-6140

AISSS Center Services

Individual support

  • academic planning, including DARS reviews
  • financial aid guidance, ask about scholarships
  •  career and professional development
  • social conversation and personalized consultation


Computer lab

  • study and relaxation spaces
  • works stations
  • free printing for scholarship-related materials
  • free faxing


AISSS West offers the following services:

  • computer workstations
  • study and meeting space
  • scholarship and internship opportunities
  • print, scan, copy and fax
  • academic success events
  • cultural presentations and workshops


Tutoring - Student Success Center

The Student Success Center at the West campus provides a broad array of programs and services to support students’ academic success. Tutors are available to work with students in small groups on a walk-in basis. Tutors can help students:

  • review key concepts from courses
  • learn new methods for notetaking and textbook reading
  • formulate questions to take back to professors about course material
  • develop new study strategies

For a successful tutoring session, students need to bring their books, notes, assignment, and a calculator if needed. Have specific questions ready about course content you may not understand fully.


Additional student support services

Trio at ASU - eoss.asu.edu/trio

Pathways for Achieving Student Success - studentsuccess.asu.edu/success-programs/pass


Claudia Dagnino is the Student Support Specialist for AISSS at the West campus.  Claudia has a broad background within the university setting.  She has held several positions within ASU, from student worker to financial aid counselor.  Claudia is an ASU alumnus and is now working on her Master’s degree.  When Claudia is not at work she enjoys reading, dancing, arts & crafts and playing volleyball.

Native American Student Organization

The Native American Student Organization (NASO) is a student-based club that is involved in campus activities, community service projects, fund raisers, and Club socials. They work with the American Indian Student Support Services(AISSS) on bringing people on campus to discuss a variety of subjects (ranging from health issues to scholarship info.) of interest to Native students. The club is open to membership by both Native and non-Native students.


NASO Website: https://orgsync.com/12712/chapter

Contact information: Vernon Savage-Vernon.Savage@asu.edu