Let our campus culture captivate you

When you join the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Arizona State University, you’ll study on the main campus in Tempe with one of the largest undergraduate populations in the nation. Our dynamic learning environment coupled with an urban atmosphere, subtropical landscaping and imaginative architecture creates the ideal ambiance for academics and college life. From studying in the iconic Hayden Library to attending a football game at the Sun Devil Stadium or a Broadway play at Gammage Auditorium, there’s so much to do.

In addition to being a hub for public art collections, ASU’s Tempe campus is home to all the athletic facilities, including the Packard Baseball Stadium and Wells Fargo Arena. You’ll also be able to explore various Sun Devil points of pride all over campus such as Cady Fountain, Old Main, University Bridge and Palm Walk. 

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 Live on campus in a residential community

There’s no better way to experience Sun Devil life than by living in the center of it all. As a first-year student, we recommend you live on campus in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Residential College. You’ll feel a sense of community with fellow students who share your academic interests and you’ll be in close proximity to academic support services that’ll help you succeed your first year. 

If you want to continue living on campus after your first year, the Tempe campus is home to a variety of upper-division housing options. From apartment-style to double-occupancy rooms, you can choose a convenient living arrangement for your sophomore, junior and senior year.

Get involved in student clubs, events and activities

There are a bunch of extracurricular opportunities on the Tempe campus, from Greek life and Intramural sports to student clubs and community service. Getting involved apart from your classroom academics will show future employers or graduate school committees that you’re a well-rounded student who can balance time effectively. Plus, you’ll make new friends while exploring your interests and hobbies more in-depth. It’s also a great way to relieve some stress and take a break from your studies. The benefits of student involvement are numerous.

Browse some of our popular clubs and organizations within our school.