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ASU is home to all-you-care-to-eat dining hall facilities staffed with personal chefs to cook your food to order. We focus on fresh, local ingredients and a sustainable dining experience.
Stay within walking distance of campus and receive a Future Sun Devil discount when you book!
You can cheer on the ASU Sun Devils in 25 varsity sports. The Phoenix metropolitan area is home to all of Arizona’s professional sports teams and Cactus League spring training baseball.
Sun Devil spirituality is as diverse as our student body. ASU has many campus ministries and faith-based organizations who provide religious services, spiritual counseling, education, support, and opportunities for involvement.
Souvenirs, clothing, textbooks, even your college laptop can be found at the Sun Devil Campus Stores. Look for a 20% off coupon in your campus visit folder after you check-in on campus.
ASU and the Phoenix metropolitan area is home to a thriving arts and cultural scene. Attend a Broadway show in ASU’s historic Gammage Auditorium, or watch one of the 900 student productions hosted by the ASU Herberger Institute.
Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona. You can hike Camelback Mountain, catch a ball game and attend ComiCon all in one day. ASU’s campus is located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix walking distance to the Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix Convention Center, professional sports arenas and CityScape.
Mesa, Arizona is known for shopping, Spring Training and performing arts. Best of all the Mesa-Gateway airport is adjacent to ASU’s Polytechnic Campus, making it easy to visit and travel.
See all that Tempe has to offer. The Tempe Convention and Visitors Bureau offers a wide range of information about our exciting city.
Glendale, Arizona is well known for family fun activities like Glendale Glitters to being the home field advantage for the Arizona Cardinals and Arizona Coyotes.
ASU’s Grady Gammage Auditorium is known for Broadway musicals, grand operas, dramatic productions, solo productions, organ recitals and lectures.
The Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts presents more than 900 public performances. With full-scale opera and theater productions, dance performances, orchestra and band concerts, and solo recitals, the Herberger Institute offers something for everyone. The Institute is also home to year-round public exhibitions are on display from world-renowned artists and ASU faculty and students.
Considered the "single most impressive venue for contemporary art in Arizona” by Art in America Magazine, the ASU Art Museum is home to permanent and rotating exhibits, including an impressive Latin American collection and ASU student and faculty work.
This is the largest art museum in the southwestern United States. The Phoenix Art Museum offers 2-for-1 Admission to our visiting prospective families. Print this flyer to receive the admission discount. Learn more about the Museum at PhxArt.org
The MIM as it is known is the only global musical instrument museum in the world. It was recently voted Phoenix’s #1 attraction on TripAdvisor.
The Heard Museum focuses on American Indian art and artifacts. It is known internationally for the quality of its collections, programming and festivals.
The Sonoran Desert is a unique and wonderful environment best known for being the only place in the world the Saguaro cactus grows. The Desert Botanical Garden is a great place to learn about the Desert surrounding the Phoenix Metro area.
The Phoenix Zoo is home to over 1,400 local and exotic animals. The Zoo is known for its Mexican Grey Wolves, desert tortoises and other Desert creatures as well as its Sumatran tigers, orangutans and komodo dragons.Visit in December for Zoo Lights.
The Phoenix Symphony performs everything from Mozart to movie scores. The Phoenix Symphony offers discounted tickets to our future Sun Devil families. Enter the code FSD when purchasing tickets to receive between 10 and 50% off of your ticket.