January 14, 2021The Arizona State University Police Department extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Officer Joseph Montgomery, who passed away following an off-duty motorcycle accident in Tempe on Jan. 14.
January 5, 2021EDUKAN, a consortium of four community colleges in western Kansas, is pleased to announce their new alliance with Arizona State University to provide students a seamless transfer experience with the MyPath2ASU program. MyPath2ASU™allows students to take the steps needed, at the start of their college experience, to successfully plan their transfer to ASU, ensuring a smooth transition process and student success.
December 30, 2020Arizona State University’s efforts to respond to the impact of COVID-19 on the university community and on the public at large have been supported by both the State of Arizona and through CARES Act funding provided to the state.
October 23, 2020The Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has awarded the Arizona State University Police Department $70,812 in grant money to help reduce traffic-related issues in and around ASU’s four university campuses.
October 16, 2020The Arizona State University Police Department has received $46,871.08 in grant money from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for the purchase of two Zero DSR electric motorcycles.
October 1, 2020In Arizona, as in other parts of the country, data shows that COVID-19 has disproportionately affected the American Indian, African American and Latinx communities, as well as other vulnerable populations.
September 24, 2020As the world manages through the coronavirus pandemic, Arizona State University continues its work to discover and develop easier and more widespread COVID-19 testing to assist in managing the virus.
September 4, 2020Arizona State University has a long history of opposing anti-Semitic rhetoric and acts of intimidation whether they occur on our campuses, or in the community. The university has been very clear about this position, as President Michael Crow has shared repeatedly.
August 21, 2020In July, ASU became aware of an Instagram account repeatedly promoting COVID-19 parties for when students returned for the fall semester. The account urged followers to avoid social distancing and face coverings, and included ASU trademarks and school colors while promoting behaviors such as COVID parties that create a risk to public health.