The coronavirus outbreak has affected the 2020 census, but students who have moved off campus for the duration of the semester will still be counted by ASU.
ASU's law school has given students the option to be graded as usual, or opt for a pass/fail system, a policy that is different from much of the University.
ASU libraries are closing their doors and switching to online or order-based services.
Students in the Edson College of Nursing are using Zoom to interact with the patient care simulations used in their experiential courses.
The NCAA will allow athletes of spring sports an additional year of eligibility following the cancellation of athletics due to the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced a stay-at-home executive order for the entire state, discouraging Arizonans from doing nonessential activities.
The Pac-12 extended its previously made suspension of team-related activities to May 31.
A class action lawsuit against ABOR claims breach of contract when all three universities announced they would not give full refunds to students when classes moved online.
ASU student who was stuck in Honduras returned home Saturday.
ASU Gammage announced its show lineup for the 2020-21 season on March 16, featuring broadway hits Hamilton, Hadestown and Frozen.
Echo writer Vaishalini Sitaraman lines up her top binge-worthy shows for the social distancing season.
Campaigning for the 2020 ASASU elections has been pushed back to March 30 due to new University regulations made to combat the outbreak of COVID-19.
ASU President Michael Crow sat down with The State Press over Zoom to answer questions surrounding coronavirus and the University's response.
ASU professors took a hands-on course and transitioned to help online students feel like they were in the lab.
In the aftermath of the cancellation of the NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament, ASU's hockey team has no choice but to pick themselves up and prepare for next season.
10 albums you should listen to while you practice social distancing to combat the coronavirus.
The Study Abroad Office announced all ASU summer study abroad trips are canceled.
A look at the experience ASU study abroad and grant-funded students have had thanks to COVID-19.
ASU said that residence halls and "essential services" will remain open but urged students to consider other options.
A resident at The Cottages of Tempe, a popular housing option for ASU students, has tested positive for COVID-19, the complex said in an email to residents.