Celebrate the sciences, engineering, humanities, arts at Night of the Open Door.

Night of the Open Door: Dive into Science and meet a NASA astronaut

Posted: February 15, 2013

Celebrate the sciences, engineering, humanities and the arts at Night of the Open Door.

4 – 9 p.m.
March 2, 2013
ASU Tempe Campus

Enjoy more than 100 events, games and activities.

See an Apollo Moon rock and tour a cutting-edge laboratory. Attend “Emmerge” events or dart down a hallway with 18 species of rattlesnakes and 600,000 insects.

Meet NASA astronaut Cady Coleman, shoot a medieval catapult, henna your own tattoo, stroll along a Math Artwalk, make your own comic, learn Flamenco guitar, slam poetry, or engineer your own roller coaster car or solar cell.

Whether you explore ASU through a language and culture laboratory, conversations with students or Pulitzer Prize winner, or gaze through the lens of the Renaissance or glassblower, see ASU science, engineering, arts, humanities and museums like never before.

Night of the Open Door is open to the public. Admission and parking are free, and the first 2,000 attendees get free ASU registration bags.

Pre-register and reserve your bag today.

See a full list of events and parking information.