By on November 18th, 2013
Homestay for ASU students are very affordable and Brings New Arizona Views to International Students
Beautiful Phoenix brings fresh scenic, cultural, social and educational choices to study-abroad students at Arizona State University (ASU). The Institute of International Education states that international students rank ASU number 15 among their top choices of US colleges to attend. International homestay students at ASU will discover many experiences to complement their education. The 70,000 students come from the fifty states and more than 120 nations around the world. The school has the largest number of undergraduate students, both in the state and the nation. It offers homestay students to ASU a wide range of academic and recreation options.
Activities at ASU Campuses
Homestay students living close to ASU can enjoy Campus activities, performances and exhibits include the Art of Video Games, best-selling author lecture series, iTheater Collaborative stage plays, the West Valley Symphony, front bands for Sheryl Crow and Ray Charles, and art/food/music fiestas (festivals) galore. In January 2014, Arizona State University will host its 29th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. civil rights celebration. The Lion King, Evita, Mamma Mia!, and Blue Man Group are all coming to ASU’s Gammage Theater in 2013-2014. Football fans can follow the school’s team, the ASU Sun Devils. Or, you can play your own game out on a soccer field, volleyball court, baseball diamond, or golf course. Homestay at ASU students may also want to join popular campus clubs, such as Men’s Ultimate Frisbee, International Bible Fellowship, PolyTech Hockey Club, or many of the fraternities and sororities. International homestay students at ASU may also like the ethnic organizations, too: Latinos in Science, Qatari Student Association, Danza Folklorica, Arabic Language & Culture Club, Asian Business Leaders Association, Chinese Language Club, Black & African Coalition, or any of 63 other cultural clubs!
International Homestay Student’s Tips what to see Near ASU
ASU international homestay students will want to see Lake Havasu City. It has blue waterfronts, beaches, outdoor recreation, picnic and camping grounds, sailing, fishing, and even a London Bridge! It is one of the most liked spots to visit. And don’t forget to look up, because January 2014 hosts the yearly Hot Air Balloon Festival! In the close suburb of Tempe, you will find Arizona Mills® It is an indoor outlet mall with over 160 shopping, eating and entertainment locations. Or, ASU homestay students may just want to visit a native desert reservation, climb rocks, explore wilderness, or hike in the mountains—Phoenix has a small mountain range that runs right through the middle of the city.
You see, homestay students at Arizona State University have many choices in what to do (when not studying)! A homestay at ASU will provide you a beautiful view of life, outdoors, and education experiences.
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