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ASU offers nearly 50 degrees, including high-demand programs in sciences and technology. Our faculty members are experts in the classroom and in their chosen fields. Our tuition is reasonable, and so is our student-to-faculty ratio (18:1). And our campus is safe.
We’re looking for students ready to challenge themselves -- to be who they are and work to become who they want to be. We want students who aren’t afraid to take risks and students looking to make a difference by giving back to the local and global community. If you’re ready to make your dreams for the future a reality, we’re ready to help.
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