There are several housing options for international exchange students, including on-campus in ASU residence halls, and off-campus in nearby apartments or in homestays with local families. These housing options allow students to experience a comfortable living and learning environment, and to live among a diverse group of Americans and other international students.
The ASU Global Education Office (GEO) provides this information as a resource to international exchange students and has made efforts to verify its accuracy. However, the GEO does not endorse specific service providers. ASU and GEO are not responsible for acts, errors, or omissions of service providers.
Once you finalize your housing arrangements, it is important that you update your ASU contact information through MyASU with your new information. This is necessary for immigration purposes and for ASU departments to be able to contact you by mail if needed.
The ASU Global Education Office (GEO) offers resources, contact information, and basic advice about finding housing. However, the GEO does not make housing arrangements for students. Students are responsible for making their own housing arrangements and applying before housing application deadlines. Contact ASU University Housing for more information about on-campus housing. The ASU Off-Campus Commuter Student Services provides resources for off-campus housing.