Arizona State University – Lake Havasu

About University

Arizona State University (ASU) is an innovative school where students and faculty work together to develop, advance and lead in space exploration. Several Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners teach top-ranked programs to prepare the next generation of innovators to thrive as pioneers in research, entrepreneurship, and economic development.

ASU has nationally ranked programs that has positioned the institution as a top recruitment and hiring institution by more than 50 of the country’s top corporations. The University has more than 20,000 thinkers and innovators that successfully graduate every year. More than 13,000 international students call ASU home, making them a top 10 university in the U.S. for hosting students from all over the world.

Why this University?

Academics: ASU’s Lake Havasu campus was created in 2012 to bring an innovative approach to higher education in a state university. Students can choose from a four-year undergraduate degree in high-demand career fields like technology, psychology, health and science, criminal justice, and political science.

Facilities: The college grounds include a new residential accommodation and fitness center which is located less than two miles away from the shore. The view is a scenic one, with a bird’s eye view of the town and surrounding landmarks. With a close-knit community, students can enjoy a peaceful study at the campus while involving themselves in activities and projects.



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University Profile Card

University Name Arizona State University – Lake Havasu
City/State/Country Lake Havasu City, Arizona
Founded 1885
Institution type Public
Student population 150+
International students N/A