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The Downtown Phoenix campus is located in the heart of the nation’s sixth-largest city, creating an exciting residential college environment with access to the resources of the state’s metropolitan core and professional sports and cultural venues.
The Downtown Phoenix campus is home to more than 80 student clubs ranging from Undergraduate Student Government Downtown to the Programming Activities Board and from the Student Nutrition Council to the Society of Professional Journalists. These student organizations, along with academic disciplines, the Office of Student Engagement, residential colleges, intramural sports and others, provide ample opportunities for students to get involved and stay engaged outside of the classroom.
Downtown students also are enthusiastic supporters of ASU athletics. Sun Devil football and basketball games, as well as many other ASU sporting events, are just a light-rail ride away on the Tempe campus. Downtown students have won spirit awards for attendance at games.
The campus that opened in 2006 now boasts more than 10,000-plus students and is continuing to grow, with an expanded park, the new Sun Devil Fitness Complex, including a rooftop pool, and a student center with space for club meetings and relaxing. Learn more about the history of the Downtown Phoenix campus.
The West campus of Arizona State University creates a learning community blending liberal arts education with 21st-century workforce preparation.
The northwest Phoenix campus provides modern amenities in its residence halls, dining facilities, and the Sun Devil Fitness Complex and swimming pool. Subtropical landscaping, fountains and outdoor enclaves are third-space opportunities for students to socialize or collaborate while pursuing any of more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
West campus landmarks include the Albert Paley-designed entry gates, extensive public art, and at the center of campus, Fletcher Lawn. This commons is a contemporary homage to traditional university education, as is the Oxford-inspired architecture around it on the courtyard-fashioned campus.
We offer programs in criminology and criminal justice for students on the West campus.
When you live on campus, you are able to take advantage of the opportunities that are right outside your door. Residential colleges feature programs, events and amenities tailored to your major, including tutoring, advising, and academic resources.
Living on campus provides:
Connect to an experience larger than yourself. Reserve your housing today and discover the Sun Devil way of life.
Taylor Place residence hall at the Downtown Phoenix campus is an on-campus residential community where College of Public Service and Community Solutions students have the opportunity to live together and share the college experience. You'll develop your academic interests in an environment that provides support by student leaders and college staff.
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Knowing your way through enrollment can be as easy as locating your classroom for ASU 101. Below is my complete guide to enrollment with all the important details to assist you along the way.
Our college takes great pride in the students we prepare to serve our communities. To graduate, you must be able to enroll in classes and have most of your focus on learning. That is why we are here. Allow us to be a resource to support your efforts along the way.
Like any major assignment, financing your education requires planning, research, and action. As an invested partner in your success, we expect you to graduate with STYLE.
Every hero needs a sidekick—someone to help them go the extra mile or lift them up when they’re down. We may not have capes, but we're geared up and prepared to be your sidekicks on this journey towards your success. Should you need help, here is how to reach us.
We encourage you to utilize university services first. The university has a superb team of individuals who specialize in answering questions and providing services in financial aid, records, and student accounts. Each campus has an enrollment services office to help with most anything involving your records, finances, financial aid, and scholarships.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) should begin by speaking with an ASU Financial Aid & Scholarship Services representative for more information. We also have a number of ASU Staff and Faculty who can assist with connecting you with resources. DREAMzone Allies are available throughout the four campuses to assist you. (My office is just one of many.)
Scholarships are a bit like the lottery, in that if you don’t play, you generally won’t win. But, with scholarships, you have MUCH better odds of getting the prize. You also have far more control over your chances by finding scholarships that are a good fit, applying multiple places, and submitting applications frequently instead of just once or twice and hoping to win the jackpot.
Typically, the students I see who are successful at receiving scholarships will apply for a scholarship twice a week, maybe three. Make it a habit and, if you see a scholarship that you don’t qualify for, but it might benefit your classmate or friend, be sure to pass it along!
Think outside the box and be creative. Don’t get too wrapped up into a single way of thinking. Options are limitless. Get others involved: your parents, your aunts/uncles, friends, co-workers can be valuable in getting additional money or ideas. Some may work for a professional association or union that gives out scholarships; but if you don’t ask, you may never know.
While you are a student at ASU, you are accountable for many things—above all, you are responsible for your own success. Fortunately, almost everything you need to know to succeed here is available online. Knowing deadlines is key when it comes to registration, financial aid, billing, and scholarships. Add deadlines to your calendar to help you keep on track.
Student experiences outside the classroom are most impactful when connected to academic life. A range of programs is available to help students connect with classmates and professors, hone their leadership skills, and prepare for life at Arizona State University.
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