Let our campus culture captivate you

As an American Indian studies major, you’ll have many perks like studying on Arizona State University’s historic Tempe campus where more than 50,000 students come to live, learn and explore their academic interests. Our dynamic and collaborative learning environment is home to some of the top public art collections, top-notch athletic facilities, performance art centers, innovative research labs and so much more.

From networking with students in the American Indian Council, to attending a football game at the Sun Devil Stadium, to walking across our chiropractor-designed university bridge, there’s so much to keep you entertained. You’ll also have access to all of our points of pride, including Palm Walk, Old Main and Cady Fountain.

Improve your academic performance

When you study on the Tempe campus, you’ll have access to an array of academic and student services, from tutoring to computer labs, to ensure you have the resources to succeed. Plus, if you live on campus, you’ll be right in the center of all the fun and you’ll be just minutes away from your classes.

We encourage all first-year students to live in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Residential College. It’s a great way to meet new friends who share your academic interests while being immersed in the full Sun Devil experience. The Tempe campus is also home to upper division housing for students who want to continue living on campus after their first year. From apartment-style rooms to suite-style residences, there’s a place for you to stay.