Arizona State University Tempe
United States of America
Situated in Tempe, Arizona, the Arizona State University is one of the largest public research universities in USA and was founded in 1885. Popularly known as ASU, Arizona State University is the largest School in USA by enrollment with student enrollments of more than 70,000 students. ASU has five campuses across the Phoenix metropolitan area and four regional learning centers throughout Arizona.
Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona comprises of different schools and colleges: School of Business, Colleges of Health Solutions, Institute for Design and Arts, Schools of Engineering, School for Future of Innovation in Society, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Sustainability, Teachers College, and College of Public Service and Community Solutions.
The university has an acceptance rate of 83% and student to faculty ratio of 23:1. The university faculty currently includes four Nobel Laureates, three Pulitzer Prize winners, and two MacArthur Fellows.
The 2018 university ratings by US News ranks ASU No. 1 among the Most Innovative Schools in America for the third year in a row. ASU is classified as a research university with R1 Doctoral Universities which means Highest Research Activity, designation by the Carnegie Classification of Institution of Higher Education.
Notable Alumni: Dustin Lee Abraham (Screenwriter and producer for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), Amanda Brown (Author of Legally Blonde), Al Michaels (Sportscaster for ABC and NBC), Sean Gares (Professional Counter-Strike player)
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