ASU's first COVID-19 vaccination site opened at the Sun Devil Fitness Complex in Tempe on Friday.
The University has spent over $12 million supporting ASU Sync, but students continue to feel unsupported due to lack of direct financial assistance.
There are 613 active COVID-19 cases within ASU's community, according to a University update Thursday.
ASU will be opening a COVID-19 vaccine site at the SDFC that will be open twice a week and distribute 1,000 vaccines.
As Arizona continues to break records for the number of new reported COVID-19 cases, ASU's decision to reopen completely disregards public health.
In the first meeting of the spring semester, held virtually, USGT discussed financial aid for students and events aimed at addressing sexual assault.
After all that happened last year, there is no way to predict what may come in 2021 — but there is still hope for our future.
With few in-person opportunities and the coronavirus spreading at a high rate in Arizona, ASU students are leaving their dorms.
A look into the mind of a second semester senior at Arizona State University.
The number of active coronavirus cases within the ASU community is at 765, a decrease by 95 since its last update Thursday.
An ASU professor and Zao's artistic director reflect on how pandemic restrictions have affected the direction of theater.
ASU was outscored 9-2 in the series loss.
The University reported a total of 858 active COVID-19 cases Thursday.
Hundreds of residents are set to move into the University's debut senior-living community, Mirabella at ASU, amid record-breaking COVID-19 cases in Arizona.
Approximately 11,500 ASU community members, including community assistants, are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
There are 219 new cases of COVID-19 since Thursday, according to a recent University update.
In his State of the State address, delivered virtually, Gov. Doug Ducey praised Arizona's COVID-19 response.
As students head back to ASU for another semester, COVID-19 positive cases in the school community continue to increase, even with fewer people on campus.
ASU President Michael Crow announced faculty teaching in-person will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine beginning on Jan. 11.
The provost will now have to approve any transition to Zoom only instruction for ASU Sync classes.