In a meeting with The State Press Thursday, Crow discussed changes that will be made to campus due to COVID-19 this fall.
A final reassessment decision ruled the Palmer ticket next in line to hold USGT executive office, over a month after three other campuses concluded their elections.
ASU President Michael Crow joined 13 other university presidents to discuss the reopening of universities throughout the country with White House officials last week.
Gov. Doug Ducey's stay-at-home order expires Friday, gyms and pools will reopen Wednesday, but not at ASU.
ABOR approved ASU's tuition plan to not raise in-state tuition and provide the University flexibility with its possible out-of-state tuition increase.
ASU will continue modeling for COVID-19 after ADHS said the University should 'pause' its work.
Ducey said Arizona is "headed in the right direction" with a downward trajectory of positive COVID-19 tests.
A court statement Thursday said the inauguration of the Palmer ticket would be postponed for an investigation into a possible violation of Constitutional rights.
ASU and NAU Young Democrats helped raise money for their groups while bringing attention to the Permanent Early Voting List.
The University Senate passed a resolution that acknowledges and aims to diminish the barriers students have faced when voting in past presidential elections.
An ASASU Supreme Court case disqualified the Fees ticket due to their conduct in the runoff, making the Palmer ticket the next to hold USGT office.
ASU President Crow asked Gov. Ducey for funding to help ASU's PPE Response Network to provide medical equipment across the state.
Tempe partners with the Desert Financial Credit Union to offer the Tempe Small Business Emergency Loan Program to help local businesses.
ASASU announces senator-elects for The College, says an open Supreme Court case must be decided before executive results can be finalized.