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Choosing where to live next year is a big decision. If you haven’t decided yet, there are a variety of housing options on any of the ASU campus locations. Whether you're looking for a room or suite in a residence hall, flexible housing which allows you to select a roommate or the independence of living in an apartment with your friends, we make the decision easy for you.
With the access, convenience, value, flexibility, numerous options, amenities and community that comes with living on campus, when you live at ASU, you get the ultimate Sun Devil experience.
Living on campus is recommended for upper division students as well as first time freshmen—not only because living on campus enhances your experience — you are also more likely to excel in the classroom, get more involved in campus activities, have more interaction with faculty and feel more connected to the campus community.
Barrett, the Honors College upper division students at the Tempe, Polytechnic, and West campuses will participate in the Barrett Priority Housing Process. This process gives returning students the opportunity to reserve preferred unit types for the 2018-2019 academic year. Downtown Barrett students will not be participating in this process.
Jan. 22, 2018
Barrett Priority Housing Forms will be available for pickup during the fall semester at the following locations:
A hard copy must be submitted to University Housing (Tempe) or the Barrett Suite (Polytechnic & West), by January 22, 2018 at 5 p.m. with the following information:
Each successfully submitted form will receive a time stamp for assignment during the Residential College Selection weeks.
Jan. 29 - Feb. 9, 2018
The first week of Residential College Selection, assignments for successfully submitted Barrett Priority Housing Forms will be made from Monday, Jan. 29 to Thursday, Feb. 1. Students will receive automated confirmation of their reservations, and may review on the MyHousing Portal.
The second week of Residential College Selection, Barrett, the Honors College students who did not participate in the Barrett Priority Housing Process can log in to My ASU Housing to select from the available spaces in the Housing Portal.