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Yes, you may request to live with a friend or family member of the same gender in the on-campus residential facilities but placement is not guaranteed.
Students are encouraged to live on campus during their freshman year (first year) at ASU. However, if you would like to live off campus, please speak to an ASU-USA Pathways advisor before you make arrangements by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +1 602-543-1060.
ASU's West campus is about 28 miles (45 km) from the Tempe campus. ASU offers a free shuttle service between all 4 campuses for all student, faculty and staff. The shuttle is an easy way to travel and participate in ASU events and traditions, such as sporting events, on any campus. In addition, many students use the shuttles to take classes at different campuses.
Yes. Every student and guest on any ASU campus has access to wireless internet. Simply select the "asu" or "asu guest" networks and accept the end user agreement.
Students have access to the ASU on-campus health clinic at the ASU West campus. You can shedule an appointment during their business hours.
For hospitals, pharmacies and urgent care facilities near the West campus, please visit the West campus student health website.
|ASU Health Services|
ASU Health Services - West
|Phone Number||(480) 965-3346 select "West campus" from menu options|
|Hours (fall/spring semesters)|
Sat & Sun: Closed
You will be enrolled into ASU's health insurance plan with UnitedHealthcare. Your enrollment will be completed during your registration when you arrive to Arizona. The cost of your health insurance will be charged to your student account.
If you already have insurance and would like to use your insurance instead of ASU's insurance, you must provide a copy of your insurance card at ASU-USA Pathways registration. If you are a sponsored student, please visit our sponsored student page for more information.
F-1 visa students can work up to 20 hours per week on campus while taking classes at ASU. However, please talk to your academic advisor before you accept any new position.
The ASU-USA Pathways program offers for-credit classes that count toward your degree program of choice, and non-credit support classes that help you improve your English and academic performance in the American classroom.
To view the undergraduate degrees offered as part of the ASU-USA Pathways program, visit our degree tracks page. You will also be able to view the course maps for each individual degree program as well as the course maps for all non-credit classes.
Yes. The ASU-USA Pathways program is designed to help students gain additional English language support while taking their freshman year (first year) courses at ASU. The 3-term Pathway allows students to take classes in fall, spring and summer. This will allow you to acclimate to university study and university life without rushing through your courses. This means that you will still be on track to graduate with other ASU students who begin their freshman year (first year) at the same time that you begin the ASU-USA Pathways program.
Yes. You can transfer your ASU-USA Pathways credits to any other U.S. university, as long as your credits meet their admissions standards.