Rep. Greg Stanton promised to support DACA recipients and efforts to address the rising cost tuition during a town hall on Tuesday at ASU's Tempe campus.
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Perla Martinez remembers the day the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was announced. She was eating breakfast with her family and saw the news on her television.
ASU students voiced cautious support for the University's 2019-20 tuition increase at an Arizona Board of Regents hearing Tuesday, blaming the increase on the Arizona legislature's lack of funding rather than the University.
The University’s announcement Friday of its new tuition and fee structure received criticism from students.
In what the University claims is a first-of-its kind tuition proposal in Arizona, ASU is overhauling the way tuition and fees are charged to undergraduate students with the goal of simplicity and convenience, University officials said.
Hundreds packed into a ballroom in the Memorial Union on Wednesday night, donning “MAGA” hats and cheering in anticipation of a speech by controversial conservative figure Charlie Kirk.
A former assistant director for ASU's online programs was fired amid investigations that found he violated University policies against racial discrimination and sexual harassment, according to findings first reported by 12 News.
Barrett students across the four campuses are still at odds with the administration over the recent proposed fee increase and alleged lack of information surrounding it.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz stopped at the Tempe campus on his book tour and spoke with ASU President Michael Crow on Wednesday amid talk of his potential presidential run in 2020.
The Arizona Executive Budget for fiscal year 2020 includes a $27 million increase for universities statewide and expands a program that provides tuition to education students.
The Associated Students of ASU Supreme Court on Monday heard arguments from former Undergraduate Student Government Tempe vice president John Gimenez, who is suing the USGT Senate over what he viewed as his unjust impeachment.
ASU’s new Mirabella project, which is set to build over 250 senior living condominiums at the southeast corner of Mill Avenue and University Drive, is a missed opportunity for shared housing between young students and senior residents.