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The School of Earth and Space Exploration offers field trip opportunities for science classes from kindergarten through high school (View PDF). Our science and technology enrichment experience includes a 3D astronomy show and facility tours designed to reinforce the spirit of scientific inquiry and exploration.
The headquarters of ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration is in the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV, located on ASU’s Tempe Campus. The first and second floors of this flagship building are dedicated to education and public outreach and include a 3D theater and planetarium, Earth and space exploration exhibit galleries, an extensive meteorite collection, and windowed views into working research laboratories.
The School of Earth and Space Exploration’s unique K-12 experience includes a 3D astronomy show in the Marston Exploration Theater and educationally relevant tours, led by ASU students. These are designed to reinforce the spirit of scientific inquiry and exploration. Activities are correlated to the Arizona College and Career Ready Standards.
Onsite visits typically include 2 to 2.5 hours of program and tours, followed by a lunch break, before boarding buses to return to school. Normally, school groups arrive between 9:30 am and 10:00 am, and are ready to leave by 1:15 pm. We are flexible and can usually adjust for special circumstances.
Walking tours to other ASU School of Earth and Space facilities can be organized. This activity is typically appropriate for older students.
Tours are scheduled Tuesdays and Thursdays most weeks of the year and cost $6.50 per student. A modified program is now available on Monday and Wednesday mornings for a limited group size and targeted to older students.
For questions or to reserve a field trip for your school, please call or e-mail us.
Phone: (480) 727-4729