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Living in Phoenix

In addition to the many learning opportunities available, you can enjoy the natural richness Arizona has to offer, including more than 300 days of sunshine!

Looking over PhoenixPhoenix, the nation's fifth-largest city, provides world-class restaurants, public amenities and cultural experiences such as ballet, opera, symphony, and theater, as well as professional sports teams in football, baseball, basketball, and hockey.Click here to learn more about the continuing revitalization of downtown Phoenix.

The state is home to the Grand Canyon—one of the seven natural wonders of the world—and is known for its incredible outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, golfing, and rafting. It is also just a few hours away from the beautiful beaches of California and Mexico.

The vibrant ASU Downtown Phoenix campus includes a wide variety of special events, and is supported by new housing and transportation options. Commuting by bus and light rail from nearby cities such as Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa, Gilbert, and Chandler, are very convenient options.

For more information, visit Downtown Phoenix Living, Valley Metro, and The Center for Off-Campus Student Services (OCSS).