Residential colleges

Residential colleges are great places to live and learn with students who share the same career path. Students who live in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College residential colleges want to be teachers, so they are able to support each other through the excitement and challenges of college life.

Those residential colleges provide rich, supportive environments that promote student success. ASU expects first-time freshmen to live on campus in the residential colleges of their majors, and so guarantees housing to all first-time freshmen. Students who intend to live elsewhere during their first year should notify University Housing to be connected to valuable resources and support for their first year.

To apply to live on campus, or to notify us that you will be living elsewhere, access the My Housing Portal to complete your housing intention.

Polytechnic campus

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Sponsored activities

  • Community involvement and service opportunities
  • Education faculty seminars and workshops
  • Social and educational field trips
  • Ice cream socials
  • Movie and pizza nights
  • Weekend BBQs
  • Pool parties
  • Weekly all-campus activities
  • For more information contact Shannon Sullivan at shannonbsullivan@asu.edu or 480-727-1103.

Tempe campus

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Sponsored activities

  • Faculty dinners
  • Education focused faculty seminars and workshops
  • On-site academic advising
  • On-site tutoring and peer mentoring
  • Social and educational field trips
  • Life skills workshops and resources
  • On-campus & off-campus sporting and theater events
  • Social events, including: ice cream socials, movie nights, and weekend BBQs

For more information contact Christopher Watts at Christopher.M.Watts@asu.edu or 480-965-5555.

West campus

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Sponsored activities

  • Dinner with the Dean
  • On-site tutoring and peer mentoring
  • Bimonthly floor dinners
  • Hall decorating
  • Bowling with the Dean
  • Education related events and programs
  • Life skills workshops and resources

For more information contact Chester Henderson at Chester.Henderson@asu.edu or 602-543-3634.