ASU is dedicated to supporting students in their health and wellbeing during their university experience. COVID-19 is a unique challenge to student wellbeing. University Housing is prepared to provide a full and welcoming residential experience for students while implementing safety precautions in accordance with public health guidelines.
Are first year students expected to live on-campus?
First year students live on the campus of their major and are immersed in Sun Devil spirit, pride and tradition. On-campus living at ASU is centered on residential colleges that place you next door to classmates that share your major and career interests. Residential colleges provide supportive, close-knit communities designed to help you succeed at ASU. Priority application deadline for housing for fall semester is May 15th and for spring semester is November 15th.
What benefits come with living on campus?
When you live on campus, you are able to take advantage of the opportunities that are right outside your door. Additionally, residential staff are prepared to help you build the foundation for your next four years at ASU.
Living on campus provides:
- a 24/7 community of support
- a place where safety and security are top priorities
- a residential experience that fosters personal development, meaningful engagement and life-long relationships
- convenience to academic buildings, student services and campus dining locations
- fully furnished rooms and community spaces
- all-inclusive living, including housing, utilities, cable and internet
Connect to an experience larger than yourself. Reserve your housing today and discover the Sun Devil way of life.
What is a Residential College?
Residential colleges place first year students next door to classmates who share your major or career interests. Residential colleges feature programs, events and amenities tailored to your major, including: tutoring, advising, and academic resources. Additionally, residential staff are prepared to help you build the foundation for your next four years at ASU.
You will have an opportunity to continue your learning outside of the classroom by connecting with the faculty and staff in the residential community, participating in peer group dialogues and engaging with academic support activities in a supportive, close-knit community designed to help you succeed at ASU.