Tempe Well Devil Zones

“A” MountainA great place to hike, run and enjoy the scenery at the top of the mountain. The present "A" stands 60 feet tall and was built of reinforced steel and concrete in 1955. The A mountain can be a challenge so remember to bring water and know when to stop and rest.
Alberta B. Framington Softball StadiumAn opportunity to join friends and watch the ASU Softball team compete. The ASU Softball team won the national tournament title in Spring 2011.
ASU Counseling ServicesIf you’re having trouble, find peace of mind with ASU’s Counseling Services. Get all the help you need with ASU Counseling, with their commitment to help students succeed academically and adjust to campus life, they’re the perfect resource to ensure positive mental health. Counseling services provides confidential, time limited, psychological services for enrolled asu students. Members of the multidisciplinary staff (psychologists, counselors, and social workers) have training and experience in issues facing university students and are committed to helping students adjust to campus life and meet their academic goals.
ASU Gammage AuditoriumASU Gammage is among the largest university-based presenters of performing arts in the world. ASU Gammage is the home theater of the PROGRESSIVE® Broadway Across America - Arizona series and the ASU Gammage Beyond series. Their goal is to entertain and challenge the audience by presenting new, diverse and thought-provoking performance opportunities. To find out about the upcoming shows please go to http://www.asugammage.com/shows
Bike CoopThe Bike Co-op houses the USG Community Bikes program, an initiative that allows ASU students, faculty, and staff to check out bicycles for up to 10 days for no charge. The Bike Coop provides reduced-cost tools, parts (both new and used), and assistance needed to repair bicycles. Biking represents a sustainable alternative to personal vehicle use and is a practical and environmentally-friendly transportation option in the ASU community.
Changemaker CentralChangemaker Central serves serves as a key gathering space for ASU’s social innovators. At Changemaker Central you can learn about all of ASU’s community and national service, service learning, and entrepreneurship programs.
Counselor Training Center (CTC)Counselor Training Center (CTC) is devoted to providing confidential counseling services to students, faculty, staff, and the larger community as it prepares the next generation of highly skilled professional counselors. They work under the close supervision of faculty members who are licensed psychologists. The counselors-in-training work with individuals, couples and families to help them resolve personal, career, marital, and adjustment issues that are barriers to healthy relationships and productive lives. More information can be found at their website: https://sls.asu.edu/node/248.
Danforth Meditation ChapelBuilt in 1947, the Chapel was funded with an original gift from William Hl Danforth and additional gifts from 75 valley individuals, churches, civic and business organizations. The chapel can host a variety events that can include weddings and spiritual services.
Desert ArboretumA 2.5-acre botanical park that also serves as a special event, conference and dining area. Benches, seating areas and an amphitheater in the Sun Devil Club Plaza invite guests to stop and enjoy the wildlife and desert flora. Fabricated from recycled steel piping, the botanic-themed gate.
Devils GreenEnjoy a healthy and delicious lunch at this hidden salad bar on the North part of campus.
EngrainedEngrained features sustainable Food: Local, Organic, Sustainably Certified, Natural, etc.  The food choices have a significant impact on our health, culture, environment, and local and global economies plenty of choices for alternative diets, Citrus definitely caters to Well Devils.
Farmer Court YardA fountain and prehistoric-looking plants welcome you into this relaxing atmosphere.  A place to eat lunch or study between classes.
Fine Arts MuseumMake plans to attend a performance at the 500-seat Galvin Playhouse, or visit the ASU Art Museum, which houses Art of the Americas, Latin American art, crafts, contemporary pieces, prints and many other collectionsAn opportunity to engage in the art and theatre world. From the muted, desert-influenced color of the exterior to the atypical, open spaces of the interior, the Nelson Fine Arts Center attracts attention not only for its unique beauty but for the breadth of quality performances and art collections found at the center.
Frank Kush Sun Devil StadiumPeople who enjoy sports and an exciting atmosphere will love going to the home ASU football games.
Fulton Canyon Enjoy lunch on one of the many benches or the small grassy area that surrounds this calming water feature. Whenever our sun devil athletes excel on a national level they get recognized in the hosted space.
Hayden LawnIt is a beautiful grassy area where many student groups host events. A place to sit on the grass with friends and enjoy each other’s company.
Health ServicesUnder the weather, need a checkup? ASU Health Services provides high quality health care that is accessible, affordable and compassionate in order to ensure the well-being and educational success of students at Arizona State University. Walk-ins welcome.
Karsten Golf CourseKarsten Golf Course offers an 18 hole golf course, driving range, club house and restaurant. Faculty, staff and students can golf on the course year round for a smaller fee. Karsten Golf Course is home to the ASU golf team.
Mona Plummer Aquatic CenterAn opportunity to join friends and watch the ASU Swimming, Diving, and Water Polo teams compete.
Music BuildingKnown affectionately as the "birthday cake building," the Music Building and is the home of the hand-carved, 1,800-pipe Fritts Organ. The Music Building houses the Evelyn Smith Music Theatre, music classrooms and practice rooms, the Rafael Mendez Library Museum, recital halls, the Music Research Facility, Katzin Concert Hall, and the Organ Hall.
Old Main grassy areaNext time you are walking through campus think about cutting through this area on the walking paths to see the view and opportunity. The Old Main grassy area hosts many events including the annual homecoming block party.
Packard StadiumAn opportunity to join friends and watch the ASU Baseball team compete.
Palm WalkPalm walk is in the heart of the ASU campus that can take you to many destinations including the top of the university bridge over university drive.
PE EastThe PW West gym has 2 gym courts and it is used for intramural volleyball and is reserved for student groups and organizations. The ASU dance program has dance studios in PE East as well.
PE West gymThe PE West gym has 3 courts and is being used for SDFC Intramurals and we also reserve the space for student clubs and organizations to hold a variety of different events.
Project X courtyardThis project was a recent renovation sponsored byt the Design School. Use this area to relax between classes with a chance to study and enjoy the serenity of this area.
PV BeachAn opportunity to go with others to “play” or relax with others. There are a number of events that occur here and it provides a very open and enjoyable atmosphere. Space is available to reserve for organizations and clubs.
Secret GardenThe Secret Garden is a great place for people to gather in a social setting or hold meetings there. It a great place to go and “chill” and enjoy the environment. The Art of Living Club does yoga their every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.  Join them, its FREE!
Social Science CourtyardA nice place to have lunch or study between classes. The Social Sciences Courtyard It is a beautiful area with water features, benches to relax and a variety of greenery in the area
Sonora Hall Tennis and Basketball courtsLocated east of Sonora Residential Housing, Sonora features two tennis and basketball courts that encourage drop in play. The tennis courts are managed by Sun Devil Fitness and can be reserved for non tennis activities such as dodgeball. 
Sun Devil Fitness Complex (SDFC)facility and fieldsThe SDFC facility and fields are home to Sun Devil Fitness programs and services that include intramurals, sport clubs, Devil X (fitness and mind/body classes), safety education, instructional programs, team challenge and aquatics. Sun Devil Fitness program inspires participants to be healthy and engaged Sun Devils. It offers a variety of programs, services and events that focus on mind, body and community.
Tempe town lake/beachThe beach is a wonderful grassy park area where people can enjoy Tempe Town lake and relax. People can walk/run or bicycle the path around the lake. Enjoy the various events that happen on the beach that include concerts!
Wells Fargo ArenaIt is home to ASU men’s and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball and gymnastics. Every year Well’s Fargo hosts the Welcome Week concert for incoming freshmen.
Whiteman Tennis CenterThe ASU Tennis Club also practices in this facility.