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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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Dr. Audrey Napier is respected by her students and colleagues as a professor who pushes students to exceed beyond their own expectations.
Dr. Evelyn Hodge takes pride in her responsibility to mentor and guide the next generation of educators and professionals.
As an ASU student, Rickesha Robbins is following in the footsteps of her uncle, aunts and cousins who all are ASU alumni.
Amy Renee Ashley is an award-winning musician who credits ASU with helping her to become more confident and outgoing.
Yohance Myles credits ASU for preparing him to make his mark as an actor, with several movies under his belt, including a role in a major action movie.
Stephen Cappelli is an award-winning artist whose work has been featured in national exhibitions.
Dornesia Ward is fast establishing herself as a leader in the technology field. She says she wouldn’t be where she is today without her ASU experience.
When Dr. Manoj K. Mishra isn’t in the lab conducting groundbreaking cancer research, he’s in the classroom helping ASU students strive for academic excellence.
As a professor in one of ASU’s newest academic programs, and one of today’s most exciting career fields, Dr. Harvey Hou is training the forensic scientists of the future.
Carlton McClain says ASU’s faculty truly care about the professional and personal development of their students.
Eric Welch Guster is a go-to legal analyst for many TV news networks. He says ASU helped him develop the tenacity and determination that fuel his legal career.
Jaylon Givan aspires to dance professionally and to teach dance to college students. ASU's BFA Dance Program is providing the training he needs to make his dreams come true.
As one of the first students to enter ASU's BFA Dance Program, Lauren Smith says she is honored and excited to be part of a new legacy at a school with such rich history.
Bridgette Moore spends most of her time in the theatre, working hard to perfect her craft as a dance major. While the hard work is challenging, she credits her professors for always pushing her to be the very best.