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Arizona State University at the Tempe campus is the largest of four campuses that compose Arizona State Universitymarker. The campus lies in the heart of Tempe, Arizonamarker, about eight miles (13 km) east of downtown Phoenix. The campus is considered urban, and is approximately in size. ASU's Tempe campus is arranged around broad pedestrian malls and is completely encompassed by an arboretum. ASU has an extensive public art collection, considered one of the ten best among university public art collections in the United States. Against the northwest edge of campus is the Mill Avenue district (part of downtown Tempemarker) which has a college atmosphere that attracts many students to its restaurants and bars. ASU's Tempe Campus is also home to all of the university's athletic facilities.

History

The Tempe campus is the original campus, and Old Mainmarker, the first building constructed on the campus, still stands today. The Tempe campus is also the largest of the four campuses, with 52,734 students enrolled in its programs. There are many notable landmarks on campus, including Grady Gammage Memorial Auditoriummarker, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Other notable landmarks include Palm Walk, which is lined by 111 palm trees, Charles Trumbull Hayden Library, Old Mainmarker, the University Club Building, and UniversityBridge.

Academics

The Tempe campus is home to the following schools and colleges:

In addition, the Tempe campus hosts courses and programs offered by the following schools and colleges:

Residence halls

North Neighborhood
  • Manzanita Hall (Freshman)
  • Palo Verde Main Hall (Freshman)
  • Palo Verde East Hall (Freshman and Residential College of Engineering)
  • Palo Verde West Hall (Freshman)
  • San Pablo Hall (Freshman)


Center Neighborhood
  • Best Hall (Freshman and the Arcadia Residential Community for Design and the Arts)
  • Hayden Hall (Freshman)
  • Irish Hall (Freshman)
  • McClintock Hall (Upperclassman Housing)


South Neighborhood
  • Barrett Honors College (Freshman-Senior) (Cereus) (Agave) (Sustainability House at Barrett, SHAB)
  • Hassayampa Academic Village (A - E) (Mohave Hall-CLAS living and learning communities)(Arroyo Hall-Mary Lou Foulton College of Education)(Jojoba Hall - WP Carey School of Business)(Chuparosa Hall - First Year Residential Experience)(Acacia Hall - Live Well Community)
  • Hassayampa Academic Village (F - H)
  • Sonora Center (Freshman)
  • Adelphi Commons I (Panhellenic Sorority Housing; Female only) and II (Fraternity, Undergrad, & Grad Housing; Co-ed) - Privately managed by Campus Living Villages, owned by ASU


Campus Apartments
  • University Towers (Upper division)
  • Cholla Apartments (Upper division)
  • Vista del Sol (Upper division) - Privately owned, operated, and managed by American Campus Communities through an on campus Real-Estate Investment Trust (Student REIT) set up through American Campus Communities and Arizona State University. This agreement is one of the first of its kind.


Campus Gallery

File:ASU Old Main.jpg|the Old Mainmarker building.File:ASU Main - Barrett01 - 2009-08-28.JPG|Photo of the north west side of the Agave Hall building at Barrett, The Honors College.File:ASU Main - Barrett02 - 2009-08-28.JPG|Photo of the south side of the Honors Hall building at Barrett, The Honors College.File:ASU Main - Barrett03 - 2009-08-28.JPG|Photo of the east side of the Juniper Hall (left) Rosewood Hall (right) and the connecting bridge along Rural Road at Barrett, The Honors College.File:ASU Main - Barrett04 - 2009-08-28.JPG|Photo of the south side of the Agave Hall (right) building at Barrett, The Honors College and Jojoba Hall (left) building at the Hassayampa Academic Village.File:ASU Main - Vista North - 2009-08-25.JPG|Photo of the north side of the Vista Del Sol towers and the Paseo Exchange along Apache Boulevard.File:ASU Main - Hassayampa01 - 2009-03-18.jpg|Photo of the street entrance on the north side of the Chuparosa Hall building at the Hassayampa Academic Village.File:ASU Main - Hassayampa02 - 2009-03-18.jpg|Photo of the north side of the Acacia Hall building at the Hassayampa Academic Village.File:ASU Main - ISTB1 SEC - 2009-01-30.jpg|Photo of the south east side of the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building I.File:ASU Main - ISTB2 - 2009-03-25.jpg|Photo of the south east side of the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 2.File:ASU Main - Coor SEC - 2009-01-30.jpg|Photo of the south east side of the Lattie F. Coor Hall building.File:ASU Main - Bio East - 2009-01-30.jpg|Photo of the east side of the Biodesign Institutemarker building.File:Asubiodesign.jpg|the main entrance to the Biodesign Institutemarker building.File:ASU Main - Law South - 2009-03-04.jpg|Photo of the south side of the Ross-Blakley Law Library building.File:ASU Main - CHaP SWC - 03-18-2009.jpg|Photo of the south west side of the Combined Heat and Power Facility.File:ASU Main - Fulton SWC - 2009-01-29.jpg|Photo of the south west side of the The Fulton Center (ASU Foundation building).File:FLW Gammage Auditorium ASU PHX AZ 20186.JPG|Gammage Auditoriummarker located in the south west part of campus.File:Asuhayden.jpg|the main library on campus is the Hayden Library which is mostly located underground.File:Asupalms.jpg|Palm Walk is the main pedestrian route going through he middle of campus.File:A-Mountain Sunset.jpg|A Mountainmarker next to campus and Sun Devis StaidumFile:Wellsfargo.jpg|Wells Fargo Arenamarker home to the ASU basketball teams.File:Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe Arizona.jpg|Sun Devil Stadiummarker home to the ASU football team.

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