Polytechnic Campus

Students at the Polytechnic campus focus on interdisciplinary science, engineering, management, technology, entrepreneurship, and education, in a supportive environment. Students form connections that last a lifetime and build skills that define their future careers.

With high-tech facilities and project-based learning, the Polytechnic campus provides the ideal environment for intellectual exploration. ASU’s Residential Colleges place students next door to classmates from the same major so creative connections can happen anywhere. These living-learning communities provide a supportive, close-knit culture designed to help students succeed at ASU.

At the Polytechnic campus, freshmen reside in Century Hall, Eagle Hall and Talon Hall based on their area of study. Residential Colleges at the Polytechnic Campus include Fulton, Ira Schools of Engineering, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, W. P. Carey School of Business, College of Letters and Sciences and Barrett, the Honors College. Housing for continuing residents is located in the North Residence halls and in shared houses in the North, West and South Desert Villages.

Polytechnic Campus Residential Halls

2015 - 2016 Academic Year