Located in the heart of America’s sixth largest city, students at the Downtown Phoenix campus have access to a variety of cultural and sporting events, as well as myriad community service and leadership opportunities. The Downtown Phoenix campus is focused on each student’s academic achievement, professional development, and involvement in a larger community.
Downtown students live and study near some of the city’s most prominent news stations, hospitals, government entities and community service centers. The Downtown Phoenix campus engages students in Phoenix’s ongoing growth and expansion, and challenges them to look and think beyond their college campus. Barrett students live on the 8th and 9th floors of Taylor Place as part of our honors residential community, dubbed “B-Town D-Town” by students.
Major: BA/MMC Journalism and Mass Communication Expected date of graduation: May 2014 Hometown: Austin, TX Why did you decide to attend Arizona State University/Barrett? I knew I wanted to go out of state to be more independent. The Cronkite School is the best journalism school in the nation so when I got into Cronkite [...]
The Purple Ribbon Council is a 501c3 grassroots non-profit organization founded in 2006 to complement the work of traditional domestic violence programs across the U.S. The mission of the Purple Ribbon Council is to educate youth, engage communities and empower families to prevent domestic abuse through projects that Break the Silence, Break the Cycle, and [...]
ASU’s School of Nutrition and Health Promotion’s College of Health Solutions Exercise & Wellness program is seeking undergraduate research interns for multiple projects for summer 2013. These internships are open to Barrett student of all majors who have an interest in Exercise & Wellness research. Students will participate in a diverse array of research activities [...]SEE ALL NEWS STORIES