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Arizona State University Polytechnic campus
A nexus for studies featuring opportunities for project-based learning within advanced laboratory spaces.
The ASU Polytechnic campus is a nexus for studies in interdisciplinary sciences, engineering, management, technology and education. Industry partnerships are key to the campus’ distinctive course offerings, which provide opportunities for project-based learning within advanced laboratory spaces. Specialized equipment for hands-on exploration includes simulators for flight and centers for consumer behavior research, semiconductor fabrication, comprehensive commercial printing and design services, and on-demand digital manufacturing.
The expansive Polytechnic campus incorporates a major regional airport yet maintains the ambiance of a small, self-contained community by offering family housing, a freshman residence hall, dining facilities and a student recreation center.
A desert arboretum reserves a peaceful native space devoted to sustainability, preservation and contemplation. Within a 30-minute drive of the campus are hiking and recreational opportunities amid the legendary Superstition Mountains, with small and large lakes nearby.
News on Polytechnic campus
Global technology leader Siemens is one of the driving forces behind engineering workforce development in the Phoenix area. The company’s support of Arizona State University’s eProjects program is... Read more
For the eighth consecutive year, the Phoenix Business Journal has ranked the ASU Alumni Association as the No. 1 largest Phoenix-area networking association. The ASU Alumni Association supports... Read more
ASU Polytechnic campus has rolled out the welcome mat for several distinguished — and feathered — guests: four burrowing owls.
Their arrival in towel-covered cardboard pet-carriers mid-... Read more