Arizona State University

Arizona Colleges/Universities


Address: 1151 South Forest Ave
Tempe, AZ 85281
Tele: (480) 965- 7788
Fax: (480) 965- 3610

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Arizona State University not only offers a comprehensive variety of degree programs (over 800) but is a well marketed and accommodating school for handicapped individuals. With a completely flat campus, ASU also has many modern accessible buildings – all of which have push-button accessible doors. We rate ASU at a 9.5 for accessibility.

As a fully-fledged public research university, ASU offers a multitude of schools and programs, including W.P. Carey School of Business, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers Colleges, IRA A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, College of Global Futures, College of Health Solutions, The Barrett Honors College, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, Sandra Day O’ Connor College of Law, The College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, Thunderbird School of Global Management, and University College. ASU is also committed to sustainability – being the largest user of solar power among campuses in the United States – and has easily accessible public transportation from the Tempe Campus to the Phoenix area.

1. Sun Devil Welcome Center: 660 South College Avenue, (480) 727- 4531
Next door to the Sun Devil Welcome Center are two accessible parking spots, and the building offers push-button entry and a handicapped accessible washroom.

2. Wrigley Hall
The Wrigley Hall also has push-button entry and accessible washrooms. Additionally, it has two elevators that connect every floor of the building. The first floor holds the School of Sustainability and some conference rooms, with more conference rooms on the third and fourth floors. The second floor is filled with classrooms. The fourth floor contains the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability Reception Desk.

3. Durham Hall: School of Information Letters and Culture
A fairly new building, the Durham Hall, like the others, has push-button entry. A larger area, this building has five elevators that connect all six floors, and accessible washrooms on each of them.
On the first floor, one will find SILC learning support, SILC undergrad advisory, and an array of classrooms. One the second, one will find the Humanities Lab as well as “The Melkian Cente.” On the third is the SILC Faculty office, Department office, and conference room as well as “Enclaves” and a wellness room. The fourth floor holds another SILC Faculty office as well as the Thousand Languages Project and the David William Foster Graduate Student Lounge. On the fifth floor is the Fifth Floor Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the ACMRS Conference Room. On the sixth floor, the Center for Imagination in the Borderlands and the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy can be found.

4. Hayden Library
A modern building and efficient library split into four floors including two additional levels, Hayden Library continues ASU’s trend of push-button entry in the front and side of the building, plentiful elevators (four connecting every floor), and accessible washrooms found on each floor. On the “C’ level are classrooms and the Charlie’s Cafe eatery. On the “LL” Level are reading from children and young adults, more classrooms, DVDs and journals, the East Asian Collection, and the Latin American Collection. Moving to the first floor, one will find the Luhrs Arizona Reading Room and the “Bodhi Market.” Into the second, Featured Collections, the Labriola National American Indian, a Data Center, and the Sun Devil Reading Collections. On the third is the Center for Digital Antiquity, Data Science and Analytics, Marketspace and Tech lending, and a Map and Geospatial Hub. On the fourth floor, one will find more featured collections, “Agave, Chuparosa, Saguaro, Yucca,” the fourth-floor stacks, and the Scholars’ Enclave.

5. Memorial Union and Student Center
This is another modern building with push-button entry, elevators connecting all floors, and accessible washrooms. Each floor is utterly filled with different resources for students. The lower level holds a Burger King, Digital Creative Studio, the MU Interfaith Reflection Room, the Pat Tillman Veterans Center, meeting rooms, Sun Devil Card Services, and “Sparky’s Den.” On the main level, there are the eateries Chic-Fil-A, Einstein Bros. Bagel, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Oath Pizza, Starbucks Coffee, Sun Devil Dining, and the MU P.O.D. Market. Also found on this level are “Change Maker Central,” “Student Connection and Community,” and a Mid First Bank. On the second floor, there is an Alumni Lounge, the Arizona Ballroom, the Engrained Cafe, and more meeting rooms. On the third floor, one will see Event and Meeting Services & ASU Catering, New Student and Family Programs, and centers for State Press and Student Media.

6. Music Building East & West
Music Building East is an older area that contains five floors, connected by two elevators in Music Building West. The building is for administration, recital halls, and music education. The lower level offers push-button entry in the front. On the second level are two accessible washrooms, however; they are rather small for someone using a wheelchair. Music Building West is accessible to the Katzin Concert Hall, the Smith Music Theater, the Organ Hall, and the Music Library. Also in this building, one will find music classrooms, music education and therapy labs, practice rooms, computer labs, and an Electronic Music Studio.

7. Book Store
The book store can be found directly in the center of the Tempe campus. The front entrance has push-button accessible doors and an accessible washroom next to it. Also immediately inside are a Starbucks Coffee and a Mid First Bank ATM.

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