Originally built for military families at Williams Air Force Base, more than 600 individual homes are available to upper-class students and families.

Shared Housing: For 2-3 people, either live with friends or get matched with a housemate. Water, electricity, garbage pickup, and basic cable TV are all included. Each house has a full kitchen (cooking equipment not provided), a washer and dryer, and comes fully furnished. Most of the two-and three-bedroom floor plans have an extra den, which can be used for a study or game room. Most units have living space that extends outdoors with a semi-enclosed patio. The Barrett Honors College Upper Class Residential Community embraces a four-year residential community experience at ASU. Honors sophomores at Polytechnic move into a Barrett neighborhood on campus, comprised of two- and three-bedroom houses, and are supported by residential student leaders and Barrett staff. Juniors and seniors are encouraged to stay the full four years to participate in special academic and social programs. There is also an EcoDistrict Community as well as houses available to upperclassmen of all majors.

Family Housing:  Living on campus provides a supportive environment in which to raise your family while you are attending school. Housing for students with families is available in three separate villages on campus. Houses range in size from 2-5 bedrooms and include Internet, basic cable television, trash pickup, and water. Community playgrounds and picnic/BBQ areas are located in North, South, and West Desert Villages.

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