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Contact Info:
State: Arizona
City: Glendale
Street: 4701 West Thunderbird Road
ZIP: 85069-7100
Phone: (602) 543-5500
 Serves: Worldwide
 Enrollment: once a year
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
Arizona State University, at Tempe is a coeducational institution opened 1885 as a normal school. In 1925 it became Tempe State Teachers College and was renamed into Arizona State College at Tempe 1945. Its current name was adopted in 1958.

The originality of this University is that it is a new model for American higher education, a  combination of academic excellence, broad access and entrepreneurial energy. ASU impacts the economic, social, cultural and environmental health of the communities it serves.

Arizona State University serves more than 64,000 students in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona.  ASU champions intellectual and cultural diversity, and welcomes students from all fifty states and more than one hundred nations all around the world.

ASU offers over lots of majors to undergraduate students, and a wide array of graduate programs leading to masters and doctoral degrees.

Arizona State University Main is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association.

The admissions process is considered to be moderately competitive, with several of the university’s ranked and nationally prominent programs being the most selective in terms of admissions.
As a rule, for prospective students, the priority date for applications is March 1. Admissions decisions are depends on three main criteria: graduation, competency, and aptitude. Incoming freshmen must be high school graduates, or demonstrate acceptable equivalency exam scores. Candidates must also display competency, which is shown through acceptable high school grades in most core subjects. And one more point, prospective students must demonstrate aptitude demonstrated through a combination of high school grades, class rank, or ACT/SAT scores.

Financial Aid
ASU offers a wide array of financial aid options: scholarships, grants, Federal Work-Study, loans and outside resources. Almost everyone, regardless of income, can qualify for some form of financial aid. 
In recent years, ASU has made unprecedented increases in the amount of university gift assistance awarded to our students. The university, in partnership with alumni, civic groups, private foundations, individuals, and federal and state governments, remains committed to helping you reach your educational goals. 



Programs offered by this school:
Bachelor of Applied Science in Fire Service Management
Bachelor of Applied Science in Operations Management Technology
Bachelor of Arts in Media and Film Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Bachelors Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies
Graduate Certificate in International Health
Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Intervention Specialist
Graduate Certificate in Nurse Education in Academic and Practice Settings
Graduate Certificate in Nursing - Evidence-Based Practice
Master of Arts in Construction Technology
Master of Arts in Fire Service Administration
Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering
Master of Engineering in Materials Science and Engineering
Masters Degree in Business Administration
Masters Degree in Healthcare Innovation