Campus badges at ASU

Getting Started with campus badges: What is a Digital Credential or Digital Badge?

A digital credential, or digital badge, is an award that indicates an accomplishment or skill that can be displayed, accessed and verified online. 

Watch the videos below to see how badges can be used for you!



What is Badgr?

Badgr is a suite of digital credentialing tools used to create, award and store digital badges (also called micro-credentials, digital credentials, etc.)

Check out Badgr's Glossary of Terms to learn all the key terms identifying a Badgr digital credential. Frequently used terms include:

  • Badge - as mentioned above, an award that indicates an accomplishment or skill that can be displayed, accessed and verified online

  • Issuer - account/individual/organization awarding badges

  • Earner - account/individual receiving badges from completed tasks



Why Badgr?

Digital badges allow learners to be rewarded for their skills and accomplishments. They can share these badges on social media websites such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to display their achievements to future employers. View all of the current badges available to ASU learners here.

Accessing ASU Badgr

  1. Go to

  2. Select “Sign in with Arizona State University”.

  3. Use the SSO option to sign in with your ASURITE username and password.

  4. Complete Duo authentication.

If you do not have an ASU account, please register with your own preferred email and password.  

Note: If you receive a message stating “Looks like you don’t have access here” after logging in, it means you have not yet earned a badge at ASU!

If you believe you have already received a badge from ASU, and that this message has appeared in error, you may have multiple accounts. Please follow the instructions below to merge your accounts.

Merging multiple Badgr accounts

Have multiple Badgr accounts and want to merge them into one? Add multiple email addresses to one account, and all badges will appear under one login.