Students that come to the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering are immersed in the culture of ECEE, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and Arizona State University. You will experience a unique fusion of cultural, social and intellectual experiences as you journey through your higher education. Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, there are thousands of opportunities for you to become involved in the Campus Life at ASU.
Living on campus gives you access to a new world of opportunities in a dynamic university environment. The residential experience is designed to promote your academic and personal success and to help you make the most of your time at ASU. Exciting, convenient and safe, living on campus also gives you access to a variety of services and resources within each campus community. These services and resources allow you to further your academic success while empowering you with independence and responsibility in a supportive environment.
Housing for upper-division students on the Tempe campus includes University Towers and the Vista del Sol housing community. Just minutes from the center of campus, these residential communities provide just the right mix of services, amenities and privacy by offering a variety of living options, kitchen and laundry facilities, technology and computer resources. In addition, recreational facilities including swimming pools, volleyball courts and TV lounges are available.
More information about residence life is available at: asu.edu/housing
Students interested in off-campus housing can visit the Center for Off-Campus and Commuter Student Services for information about services ASU offers: asu.edu/studentaffairs/reslife/occss
ASU strives to maintain a safe environment where you can be confident in the security of your university. The campus is monitored by the ASU Police Department 24/7 and is equipped with Emergency Call Boxes on the Tempe and West campuses. These provide immediate communication with the ASU Police Department Communications Center, and are identified with a bright blue light above the phone. They are located in parking structures and high traffic areas of both campuses.
Nonemergency requests can also be made to the ASU Police Department at 480-965-3456. If a call to this number is made from the Downtown Phoenix campus, the SkySong campus, or the ASU Research Park, the caller will be connected to the appropriate department by the ASU Police Communication Center.
ASU offers an alert system for emergencies with an opt-in text messaging service. Sign up online: asu.edu/alerts.
The Safety Escort Service is another service offered at ASU by calling 480-965-1515. Operating from 7 p.m. – 2:30 a.m. seven days a week, the Safety Escort provides a free ride on the Tempe campus. Service area is restricted to areas on the Tempe campus between Mill and Rural and between University and Apache. However, they do go farther north to serve Lot 59, the Brickyard, University Towers, and Karsten Golf Course as well as far south as Sonora, Vista Del Sol and Adelphi. asuusg.com/departments/safety-escort