Despite social distancing policies, face-covering requirements, the Community of Care campaign and free testing, thousands of students and faculty have been infected since Aug. 1.
As they prepare to return home until the spring semester, some students reflect on their decision to come to Tempe and their experience this semester.
As the semester closes, one student reflects on his experience starting college in a different state, completely virtually.
Active COVID-19 cases increased in Monday night's update and helped push cumulative cases to above 3,000.
The Biodesign Institute won the Innovators of the Year award from the Governor's Celebration of Innovation for their COVID-19 saliva test.
As new COVID-19 cases spike around the nation and in Arizona, epidemiologists and economists fear another lockdown.
The Sun Devils (0-1) will play the Utes (0-1) on Nov. 29 instead of Nov. 28, the conference announced Sunday.
Student workers and employers have had to adapt their programs to transition virtually as University operations have moved and remained online.
Active COVID-19 cases decreased by 102 since Monday's update to a total of 347 within the ASU community.
Student clubs and organizations search for service opportunities amid pandemic.
On-campus students deciding whether to renew their on-campus housing for the 2021-2022 school year are apprehensive as the application period nears.
Students returning home for the holidays should keep in mind the risks of spreading COVID-19 to family members.
COVID-19 cases continued to rise Monday night as President Michael Crow took to Twitter and email to address the community.
An email to deans said course work ought to be turned in by Dec. 4, but faculty can extend deadlines.
Canceling fall break has had a negative impact on the mental health of students while failing to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Sit down with student actors to learn about how film creatives are handing the pandemic.
ASU football's upcoming game against Colorado has been canceled.
The Tempe Festival of the Arts and Ironman Arizona have been canceled due to a new rise in COVID-19 cases.
Over 100 ASU students have been placed on interim action due to COVID-19 related violations since Aug.1.