About the School
Founded in 1885, Arizona State University, or ASU, is a public research university with an endowment over $1 billion. Located in Tempe, Arizona, its urban campus is 2,009 acres. One of the largest universities in the US by enrollment, it has approximately 77,000 undergraduate and 28,000 graduate students. ASU is in the South Division of the PAC-12 in the NCAA Division 1. There are also club and intramural sports on campus. Around 9% of students participate in "Greek life" across 70 fraternities and sororities. ASU has a Catholic Newman Center, Mary College at ASU, and St. Paul's Outreach.
Mary College at ASU is on the same property as the Newman Center. “Members of Mary College have the privilege and transformative experience of belonging to a community of learners committed to developing their minds and fostering their faith through the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.”
The Sisters of Life visit the Newman Center every month.