Student life

Housing and residential communities

Education happens 24/7 when you live where you learn. Residential college communities are where students live with other students from their same academic discipline. For first-year business students, living in a W. P. Carey residential community provides a supportive environment for your academic and social success — through residential programming, intentional experiences and opportunities, and targeted support.

Living meets learning at W. P. Carey

W. P. Carey students live together, get together to study, and become lifelong friends in our residential business communities — located just minutes from your classes, the library, the gym, and dozens of places to eat. You’ll make meaningful connections with other students, including the upper-division student leaders who live in and host fun events for your W. P. Carey residential community.

You’ll even have access to on-site academic and professional services, including tutoring, advising, workshops, and special events. From pizza nights and study sessions to competitions and more, there are many ways to get involved and stay connected outside of class. Find out more about W. P. Carey residential communities through University Housing at Arizona State University

Your community. Your advantage.

The Business Community Advantage provides the foundation of your first-year living and learning experience at ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business. You will take a common set of classes with a cohort defined by your housing selection, program of study, and other factors.

  • Find a tight-knit community within a larger university setting
  • Easily build networks, find study groups, and make friends
  • Access resources tailored to help you achieve first-year success

Discover campus life

Living in a W. P. Carey residential community is a huge part of your experience at the W. P. Carey School of Business. In fact, many of our students choose to live at ASU beyond their first-year student year, thanks to the incredible programs, support, and networks they can tap into on campus. Explore student stories to learn more about the value of living on campus.