ASU campus locations

One university in many places

Arizona State University embraces diversity beyond just the faces you’ll see on campus. Our four metro Phoenix campuses offer a variety of experiences, looks and feels. Whether you prefer to be in the heart of a big metropolitan city (the nation’s fifth-largest to be exact), can’t wait to show off your ASU spirit at all of the home football games, or want a more quiet, serene setting — there’s a campus for you.

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Downtown Phoenix campus

ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus is home to students preparing for careers in health care, law, government, nonprofit and public social service, arts and sciences, journalism, media, and the corporate sector.

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Tempe campus

The historic Tempe campus offers hundreds of majors that engage undergraduates and graduates in multidisciplinary research and exploration in first-rate laboratories and facilities. Sun Devil Stadium and ASU’s other Pac-12 athletic venues contribute to the spirit-filled energy on campus.

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Polytechnic campus

The ASU Polytechnic campus is home for students studying integrative sciences and arts, engineering, management, technology, and education.

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West campus

ASU’s West campus blends a liberal arts education with 21st- century leadership preparation in its more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The beautiful architecture and courtyards on campus make it the perfect setting for students to enjoy the sun and study outside on the lawn.

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More places to learn

And ASU's diverse locations extend beyond metro Phoenix — offering degree opportunities to students in Lake Havasu City and online. 

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ASU@Lake Havasu

ASU@Lake Havasu, located on the California state line, offers undergraduate degrees in technology, psychology, health, environmental sciences, criminal justice, organizational leadership and political science.

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ASU Online

Offering more than 150 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, ASU Online is home to the nationally ranked online MBA and criminal justice programs. With six convenient start dates per year, your online education is waiting.

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Find your fit quiz

If you’ve never visited an ASU campus, it can be hard to determine which one will feel most like home to you. Take our find your fit quiz to see which campus you pair up with.

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Schedule a visit

You can’t fully appreciate all that campus has to offer until you’ve immersed yourself in it. Make your plans to visit ASU and tour as many campuses as you can while you’re here, or upgrade your visit and plan to explore Arizona. We’ve done all the itinerary planning for you!

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Life at ASU

Get a quick glimpse of what each campus looks like, and then plan your visit to check it out for yourself.

You asked: How do ASU students get between campuses?

ASU's metro Phoenix campuses are located throughout the Valley, but getting to and from our campus locations is easy. We have intercampus shuttles with free Wi-Fi that run every 30 minutes, and the light rail connects the Tempe and Downtown Phoenix campuses. Hear what current students say about getting between ASU locations.


“Arizona State University has such a positive and upbeat atmosphere. The campuses are so beautiful and the people are so nice. All of the buildings and structures are modern so you feel as though you're in such a luxurious place even when you're just at school.”

Jenna T.
Tourist development and management major from Collegeville, PA

Frequently asked questions about campuses and locations

How many campuses does ASU have?

ASU has four campuses in metro Phoenix — Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, Tempe and West. ASU also has a location, ASU@Lake Havasu, in Lake Havasu City in western Arizona near the California state line.

How do I know which campus is best for me?

ASU’s campuses offer a broad range of styles — big, small, fast-paced, laid-back, urban, suburban. You should definitely take ASU’s campus fit quiz, which can help you narrow down exactly the type of ASU campus that fits you best.

How much does it cost to live on campus?

The cost of living on campus varies based on many factors, including your campus, your residence hall and your room style. Rates can range from approximately $2,000 to more than $5,000 per semester. Included in your room rate is Wi-Fi, cable and laundry facilities, as well as room furnishings, 24-hour maintenance and many other amenities.

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