ASU will distribute $134 million in student aid from funds received from the American Rescue Plan and Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations acts.
To address noise complaints from Mirabella at ASU residents, Shady Park will temporarily pause operations to construct a "step-pyramid" to muffle sounds.
In accordance with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order, ASU will not require unvaccinated students to wear masks or get tested for COVID-19.
ASU sent an updated Annual Security Report to the U.S. Department of Education and current students, faculty and employees Friday.
In a field where one out of five new architects identify as a minority, ASU's Design School is implementing changes to the architecture program to increase diversity.
The wastewater testing program, launched in 2018 to test for opioids and transitioned to COVID-19 in March 2020, looks to improve public health in the Tempe community.
With active COVID-19 cases in the ASU community remaining low, a new variant of the virus, known as Delta, has been found in Arizona.
As Shady Park responds to noise complaints from residents at Mirabella at ASU and code violations from the city of Tempe, the venue's community mobilizes on social media.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's new executive order prohibits public universities and community colleges from requiring students to receive a COVID-19 vaccine or show proof of vaccination.
Students who upload their records of vaccination against COVID-19 won't be required to submit daily health checks or wear masks on campus, ASU announced Monday.
The Health Futures Center will expand the Mayo Clinic and ASU Alliance for Health Care and work toward providing more health care solutions.
ASU plans to resume pre-pandemic campus operations on July 15 in anticipation of a fully in-person fall semester.
ASU's fiscal year 2022 budget includes salary increases and anticipates a return to normal campus activities.
Mass vaccination sites are set to close, Arizona surpassed 6 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered and the ASU community's active case count fell below 20 Monday.
AZ HUGS for the Houseless, formed by ASU student Austin Davis, is continuing to assist Phoenix's unsheltered community this summer after doing so throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The American Chemical Society is bringing its bridge program to ASU to help Black, Latine and Indigenous students find a path to doctoral-level studies.
A group of over 40 protestors marched to the Fulton Center on the Tempe campus to deliver a letter of demands in support of Palestine to ASU President Michael Crow.
ASU students have been working at state-run COVID-19 vaccine sites to enhance their education and serve the public.