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The ASU Downtown Campus offers plenty of opportunities for students to get involved and connect with each other.
In addition to 80-plus downtown student organizations ranging from student government to Greek life, students enjoy campus events such as watching the Super Bowl on a 16-by-9-foot big screen, participating in local service opportunities and social activities and taking the light rail to Tempe to watch ASU athletics.
The Cronkite School’s full-time director of student success, Mary Cook, helps Cronkite students assimilate to college and residence life, get involved, overcome personal or health challenges and succeed in their studies. Her efforts, along with those of four full-time academic advisers, help the Cronkite School achieve the highest retention rate at the university. The school’s year-to-year retention rate is 90 percent.
As they enter the school, students are assigned an adviser who will stay with them throughout their academic career, helping them select classes and stay on track with their studies. And outside of the classroom, Cronkite students have plenty of activities to engage them. These include:
Just steps from ASU’s Downtown Phoenix Campus are numerous recreational opportunities as well as a wide variety of dining, sports and art experiences, such as:
Learn more about ASU's downtown Phoenix campus.
Videography by Chris Smith
Cronkite Student Life is located in the Advising and Student Services Suite, Room 222 of the Cronkite building.
Mary Cook, director of student success, email@example.com: 602.496.8330.
Cronkite Advising: 602.496.5055.