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Take a look around! The School of Community Resources and Development is proud of the many opportunities for you to learn how to impact the communities you serve. Through our robust academic programs, you will have the opportunity to explore multi-disciplinary curricula, all while expanding your professional and personal skills, making you highly sought after in your career fields of choice.
Arizona State University’s School of Community Resources and Development’s location at the Downtown Phoenix Campus delivers an additional layer of dimension to the education of our students.
The Downtown Phoenix Campus provides students with a unique connection to the urban environment surrounding them. Whether your program is Tourism Development and Management, Parks and Recreation Management or Nonprofit Leadership and Management, there are a wealth of resources right in your backyard.
Downtown Phoenix Partnership - An extraordinary partnership between ASU and Phoenix
The Downtown Phoenix campus at Arizona State University is the result of an extraordinary partnership between ASU and the City of Phoenix.
This year, ASU was named a regional outreach scholarship recipient of the 2008 C. Peter Magrath University Community Engagement Award, which recognizes the outreach and engagement partnerships of four-year public universities.
This video was created by KAET/Eight for consideration in the national level of the award competition. The national recipient will be named in November.
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In its central Phoenix location, students and faculty work in partnership with and close proximity to the organizations and people they serve. ASU at the downtown Phoenix campus includes: College of Public Programs; University Center; University College; College of Nursing & Health Innovation; Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication; Wells Fargo Student Center; Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory; and Taylor Place Residence Halls. In addition, the downtown campus houses offices in the Post Office and Mercado. Find out more about student life on the downtown campus: http://campus.asu.edu/downtown/student-life
The School of Community Resources and Development, housed in the College of Public Programs on the ASU downtown campus, is uniquely situated in the heart of the Phoenix. Visit the college website to view a map of the downtown campus and to see the list of downtown community partners: http://copp.asu.edu/from-the-dean/college-location.
Downtown Phoenix is the urban heart of the fifth largest city in the country and serves as Arizona’s center of government, commerce and culture. The area is brimming with sports and cultural attractions, distinctive restaurants, fascinating museums and diverse residential options. Visit the Downtown Phoenix website for additional information: http://www.downtownphoenix.com/about