Living on campus gives you access to a new world of opportunities in a dynamic university environment. The residential experience is designed to promote your academic and personal success and to make the most of your years at CTI.
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Freshmen reside in the newly built Century Hall. The new three-story, 84,000 square-foot residence hall, has two wings, creating an environment where students will live with other students who share the same major, interact with faculty members and have access to academic resources and student services outside of the classroom. Each wing features three student activity lounges, one on each floor for pool, foosball and table tennis. In addition, each floor includes a TV, two quiet study rooms and a laundry area free to Century residents.
The two wings of the building are linked together by a one-story common area with a lobby, 24-hour information desk, administration offices, community kitchen, two multipurpose rooms, a group study room and a small collaborative studio known as the Solution Space. Outside the common area there are two gas grills, seating space and a courtyard.
Located in Century Hall, the Technology House Residential Community (Tech House) provides students in the College of Technology and Innovation with a living/learning community during their freshman year at ASU. The program provides a positive environment, as well as resources, activities and programs that enhance participants’ academic and social engagement. Tech House residents live with other students who are pursuing the same or similar majors and, therefore, likely to share common interests and class schedules.
Note: There is an additional $49 per semester fee to live in Tech House.
Women in science & engineering (WISE) is a residential program for women majoring in engineering, science, and technology programs on the Polytechnic campus. The WISE community is located in Century Hall and is part of Tech House. The goal of WISE is to encourage academic and career persistence in women who choose careers in engineering, science, and technology.
Contact Shannon Holland for Tech House and WiSE information.
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