Living on campus is an important part of your college experience. You’ll have greater access to campus resources, achieve higher grades and are more likely to graduate. By living on campus, you have more of an opportunity to make new friends and become part of a community that provides countless opportunities for you to grow personally, socially and academically.

What its like to live on campus

If you are entering your freshman year, you will be assigned to live in a residential college where you live next door to classmates from the same college. You can form study groups with your neighbors or go to tutoring right where you live. Your college will schedule events tailored to fit your educational and career interests to help you make the most of your freshman year as a Sun Devil.
If you have any questions regarding your application or other housing-related matters, contact 480-965-3515 or email housing@asu.edu.

Housing FAQs


Once you are admitted to ASU, your enrollment deposit will secure your fall housing. If you applied for financial aid and received a Pell Grant as part of your award, you can defer your enrollment deposit and apply for on-campus housing and dining.

Housing and dining rates can be found at housing.asu.edu.


Yes, University Housing remains open 365 days a year. Residential services at are a minimum during break periods, but the halls will remain open and accessible to students who have signed the Housing License Agreement Contract.

Yes, summer applications are available on the My Housing Portal. There are separate fees associated with summer housing. For more information please visit housing.asu.edu.

Living on campus is critical to a successful transition to university life and first year success. Each residential college provides access to resources and services to prepare you for the rigors of your academic major and success in your chosen discipline.

ASU expects first-time freshmen to live on campus in the residential college of his or her major and guarantees housing to all first time freshmen.

You can also live on campus if you are an advanced undergraduate or transfer student. To get started complete the online housing application in the My Housing portal as a returning student.

Yes. After you submit your signed University Housing License Agreement, your ASU student account will automatically be billed $125.00, a non-refundable housing living and dining confirmation. If you have been awarded financial aid and have accepted it, your confirmation payment may be covered by your aid.