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ATSU Arizona campus

Student Affairs is structured to simplify students’ lives by providing a single location for information and help with most student needs. The staff is available to answer questions and serve as a liaison between university personnel and academic departments. We are uniquely qualified to provide support for students pursuing professional and graduate degrees

Michael Zajac, MAAssociate Vice President - Student April Lange, BS
Executive Assistant - Student Affairs


  • Ombudsperson services+

    • Student Affairs provides ombudsperson services to all students. This service provides students with a student affairs staff member who can advise them confidentially in solving problems and conflict resolution. The ombudsperson facilitates communication between students and faculty/staff/administration and provides clarification on university policies.

  • Mothers nursing suite+

    • A.T. Still University (ATSU)-Arizona Campus
      Building 5845, 2nd Floor, Institutional Advancement Suite

      The nursing suite is designed for use by students and employees and their spouses/partners who are nursing mothers to provide privacy, comfort, convenience, and appropriate amenities for nursing their babies.

      The suite is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m (closed on University holidays).

  • Life in Arizona+

    • The Arizona campus of ATSU is located in the east valley of the greater Phoenix area. Mesa, Arizona is Arizona’s third largest city with a population of 440,000. Gilbert, Arizona closely borders the ATSU-Mesa campus with a population of over 240,000.

      Mesa, Gilbert, and the surrounding communities offer several options for affordable student housing near the campus. Local K-12 schools for children are available in the public, charter, and private sectors. Mesa continues to rank as one of the country’s safest cities based on population size. Gilbert’s historic downtown area hosts numerous restaurants and activities.

      Arizona, the Grand Canyon State, is home to several diverse ecosystems (yes, it really is a dry heat but the winter is spectacular). The desert climate is perfect for outdoor activities year-round. Students will enjoy hiking, biking, rock climbing, paddle boarding, boating, and more.

      Arizona is home to over 6.9 million residents (July 31, 2016 census) with a diverse population including 22 unique American Indian tribal communities. Mesa’s demographics include: 76.9% white, 17.8% Hispanic, 13.3% African American, 13% American Indian/Alaska Native, and 5.7% Asian.

      The Phoenix metropolitan area is home to several sporting events including Suns and Mercury basketball, NASCAR, PGA golf, Cardinals football, professional rodeos, Diamondbacks baseball, and Coyotes hockey. Spring training brings a LOT of visitors to the Valley of the Sun to watch the Cubs, White Sox, Royals, and many more!

      Getting to Mesa

      The Phoenix metropolitan area is serviced by two commercial airports: Sky Harbor International airport and Mesa Gateway airport. The ATSU-Mesa campus is conveniently located just off the US-60 in the east valley. The light rail system services downtown Mesa, into Tempe, Sky Harbor airport, and downtown Phoenix.

Visiting the Mesa campus

Mesa is the central city of the East Valley section of the Phoenix metropolitan area. You can easily reach Mesa by several freeways including U.S. Route 60, SR 87, and bypass loops 101 & 202. Additionally, Mesa is close to two major airports and has ample transportation options such as taxis, ride shares, shuttles, and the Valley Metro.

  • Life In Arizona+

Arizona Campus

Image of ASHS campus buildings and entrance

5850 E. Still Circle
Mesa, AZ 85206
Phone: 480.219.6000