President Michael Crow sent an email to employees Wednesday addressing the concerns some have expressed about the fall semester.
ASU President Michael Crow reveals the University is developing a dashboard for COVID-19 information and is confident in current protocol for reopening.
Over 500 ASU community members signed a letter to President Michael Crow asking that the in-person start for the fall semester be delayed.
ASU released their plans for faculty if one of their in-person students tests positive for the coronavirus.
University Housing rules caused some community assistants to quit and those who remain are fearful of what the semester will bring.
Some faculty worry the safety guidelines in place for an in-person return is simply not enough.
ASU does not plan to publish University-specific data on COVID-19 cases for students, professors and faculty.
Students returning to University Housing will be required to be tested for COVID-19, an email from the University said Thursday.
The University will punish students who deliberately partake in events that do not comply with its health guidelines.
MyASU now displays which classes will take place either through a combination of in-person instruction and ASU Sync or completely in-person.
An ASU spokesperson said the University does not believe ICE regulations will have a material impact on international students.
LGBTQ+ students have a range of resources at their disposal while still facing barriers in other areas of their education.
Students express concerns about ASU's on-campus reopening due to rising COVID-19 cases across Arizona.