Explore our dynamic learning environment
As a student in the School of International Letters and Cultures, you’ll study at Arizona State University’s historic Tempe campus filled with imaginative architecture and subtropical landscaping. From studying in our iconic, below-ground Hayden Library to strolling down our popular walking corridor lined with palm trees, there’s an endless supply of things to do, see, explore and discover.
The Tempe campus is home to the Sun Devils’ athletics complex, Gammage auditorium, “A” Mountain, Desert Arboretum Park and various points of pride that contribute to our dynamic and engaging learning environment.
Live on campus
There’s no better way to get the full Sun Devil experience than by living in the center of it all. From residential colleges and dorm rooms to upper-division apartment living options, we have on-campus housing arrangements to meet all your needs. Whether you’re living in Manzanita, McClintock, Palo Verde West or in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Academy, you’ll experience a strong sense of community and be more likely to succeed.
Enhance your college experience
The School of International Letters and Cultures offers a variety of opportunities to help you enhance your college experience. We’re home to more than 20 student organizations in addition to ASU’s 1,000+ clubs to join. We also encourage our students to get involved in our study abroad programs, international internships and outreach opportunities for personal and professional development and networking with fellow students.