Arizona State University

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Arizona State University


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    Arizona State University – often called simply ASU – began in 1886. As this was 30 years before Arizona existed as a state, it was called the Territorial Normal School at the time. In its first incarnation, it was a four classroom building in the city of Tempe, and a total of 33 students its first year. Its purpose was to train the teachers who would servet he growing population of the Arizona Territory. 

    In time the name changed from Tempe Normal School of Arizona, Tempe Normal School, Tempe State Teacher’s College, and Arizona State Teachers College to Arizona State College, and finally Arizona State University in 1958. 

    Arizona State University today has 17 colleges and occupies five campuses scattered throughout the Phoenix Metropolitan Area as well as 4 more throughout the state of Arizona outside Phoenix. With more than 90,000 students attending traditional classes and nearly another 40,000 taking online classes, it is one of the largest public universities in the nation. 


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