525 S. Forest Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85281
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On the north side of campus, across from the Tempe Transit Center, close to Sun Devil Stadium, Desert Financial Arena and Mona Plummer Aquatic Center. One block away from downtown Tempe and iconic Mill Avenue.
University Towers has single-occupancy room accommodations. This coed community provides 24-hour campus security and front desk services, community space and study rooms, a computer lab, community laundry, vending machines, swimming pool and volleyball court. The nearby Palo Verde East Hub is home to Starbucks, The UPS Store, the Sun Spot (quiet tutoring and study space), and the P.O.D. Market. Dining options are available in nearby Manzanita Hall and Tooker House.
Engineering, Ira A. Fulton
Students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering programs have the opportunity to enrich their academic experience outside the classroom by being a part of the Engineering Residential Community. Students have access to Community Assistants and Peer Mentors- upper-class engineering students who serve as a resource to residents and assist in the planning of academic and social activities. Engineering Residential Community members can expect to:
· Build relationships with Engineering students, faculty, and staff
· Create a strong support system that serves students throughout their academic and
· Connect with Engineering resources that aid in student success
· Have fun through a variety of academic and social programs and opportunities
The Engineering Residential Community does many fun activities throughout the year. You can challenge your professors to a game of volleyball or a gaga tournament, dine at Engrained with faculty and upperclassmen through Feasting with Faculty, carve pumpkins and then make them explode using chemistry, learn about lasers and play laser tag with other engineers, tour ASU and industry facilities and much more! Additionally, residents can join the Engineering Residential Council, a part of the Residence Hall Association (RHA) through a variety of paid and volunteer leadership positions to plan activities and events, advocate for fellow residents, and impact positive change within the Engineering Residential Community.