Arizona State University is a four-year, public university. By enrollment, it is one of the largest colleges in the U.S. Across all four of its campuses, ASU supports about 72,000 students, with its main campus in Tempe, Arizona, accommodating almost 60,000. ASU offers bachelor's, master's, doctoral and law degrees across a host of schools and colleges. Academics are supported by a student / faculty ratio of 25 to 1.
Pictured above is Palm Walk, a popular walkway edged with palm trees, some of which are over 90 feet tall. This corridor is the most photographed place on the scenic Tempe campus.