ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus is located in the heart of metropolitan Phoenix, within walking distance of local attractions such as Chase Ballpark, Arizona Science Center and the Heard Museum. Taylor Place, is the residence hall in the middle of a growing and thriving urban atmosphere, has easy access to the Valley Metro light rail for your transportation needs.
The Polytechnic campus, located in the East Valley, is home to ASU’s science and technology center. The campus is spacious, with outdoor areas and sports fields ideal for youth camps and conferences. With the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in close proximity, many aeronautical programs take advantage of the locale to host their conferences. Campus amenities include convenience stores, dining service and transportation options.
The Polytechnic campus offers two distinct styles of accommodations; spacious quad-occupancy suites consisting of two bedrooms connected by a kitchenette; and apartment-style living, with shared bedrooms, a kitchen, and common space.
ASU’s Tempe campus is the largest of the four campuses, featuring the Sun Devil Stadium, Wells Fargo Arena, Mona Plummer Aquatic Center, ASU Gammage, and Memorial Union. Situated in the heart of Downtown Tempe with easy access to Mill Avenue and local attractions, the Tempe campus has a lot to offer your participants.
Enjoy close proximity and access to recreation facilities including: outdoor volleyball courts, barbecue grills and areas for concerts and events, the Sun Devil Fitness Complex with 135,000 sq. ft. of indoor activity space as well as various outdoor fields and court space, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
ASU’s West campus has become the centerpiece of a burgeoning region, representing a new frontier in commerce, sports, recreation and the arts. West Campus is close to the University of Phoenix Stadium, Westgate shopping center and Peoria Sports Complex. Amenities include dining facilities, convenience stores and the Sun Devil Fitness Complex. West campus is home to landmarks such as the Albert Paley-designed entry gates and the Fletcher Lawn. Styled in an Oxford-inspired architecture, the Fletcher Lawn is a homage to traditional university education.