FAQs for Parents
Certain spaces as possible have been reconfigured (furniture removed) to reduce available seating and increase the ability to social distance. This includes classrooms, the dining halls, and other commons areas. As for residence hall spaces, roommates and suitemates are considered a "family unit" two person rooms and various suites will maintain their current occupancy. However, three person rooms have been reduced to two person rooms.
Virtual and semi-virtual student activities will take place during the semester. All social distancing protocols will be followed.
ASU will continue to monitor the situation and has several contingencies for delivery of academic and student services that will be implemented as the situation requires.
Yes, ASU has a plan in place that directs students entry and exit of the facility while providing social distancing when inside.
ASU has identified an isolation and quanrantine site.
Move-in will be handled in phases with schedules staggered across building and floors to optimize for social distancing. Students must schedule a move-in reservation before arriving to campus. To maintain student safety; it will be critical that residents do not arrive on campus before their scheduled time. We strongly encourage you to do everything possible to meet the appointment. However, if you have an unresolvable scheduling problem or you are sick, contact Housing & Residence Life at email@example.com from your ASU email with your name, residence hall and room number, along with the reason you are unable to make your reservation. Students who arrive on campus without a scheduled move-in appointment will be required to secure their own housing off campus until a scheduled appointment is made.