Arizona State University Professor Elizabeth Castillo has been awarded a 2020 Aspen Institute’s Ideas Worth Teaching award, a global prize for innovation and thought leadership that transforms... Read more
A close-knit community that engages students
Arizona State University created ASU@Lake Havasu in 2012 to bring ASU’s innovative approach to higher education to a location as yet unserved by the state university system. Students choose from four-year undergraduate degrees in high-demand career fields including technology, psychology, health and environmental sciences, criminal justice, organizational leadership and political science. The degrees are designed with the same focus on experiential, purpose-based research as those on ASU’s metropolitan campuses, drawing on the vast resources of the top-tier research university. Yet students at Lake Havasu pay lower tuition for equivalent degrees and experience a low student-to-faculty ratio. The college grounds, which include new residential accommodations and a fitness center, are fewer than two miles from the shore, providing scenic views of the charming town and its namesake landmark.
Lake Havasu City is a close-knit community that welcomes the involvement of the colleges’ students in civic activities and projects.
News on Lake Havasu City campus
Arizona’s Mohave County is experiencing long wait times for COVID-19 test results, but ASU at Lake Havasu is helping to relieve some of the bottleneck.
The university is teaming up with Lake... Read more
The quagga mussel is not something served on a dinner plate or over a large tray of ice at a fancy restaurant. And if you’re a boat owner or work for a municipal water... Read more