ASU doesn't exactly compare next to Indiana University's Bloomington campus or University of Washington's Seattle campus as far as attractiveness goes, but it does have a great vibe to it with a West Coast California feel that gets everyone in a great mood! Many students will agree that the environment, long, large walkways filled with people, grassy lawns, a slew of palm trees, and the consistency of the shining sun makes the school all more beautiful.Many students enjoy hanging out at the Memorial Union or Student Recreation Center and taking advantage of Hayden Library, which holds one of the nation's largest collections of microfiche. There is an abundance of tutoring centers around campus that help students with subject-related material from math to writing.
Since the 60s, there has been mass expansion to the school (or else we wouldn't be able to have approximately 50,000 students on campus), and many new buildings have gone up that have an industrial, cool, and modern look to them. There are many well-known buildings around campus, including the ever-popular Old Main, the original Arizona State University building from its establishment in the late 1800s. There is also Gammage Stadium, a very notable building constructed by the late Frank Lloyd Wright. It holds about 3,000 people and has featured many great events. Other notable facilities include ASU's Biodesign Institute, where incredible research takes place by some of the country's leading scientists. And then, of course, the football stadium is always filled with wild and crazy fun students who help decorate the already awesome Sun Devil Stadium!