ASU Reserve Residences

Reserve residences are part of the larger on-campus community and provide first year students with a place to call home. They also allow you to connect to classmates with similar interests and experiences, as well as a supportive staff that can help you transition to ASU.

Living on a reserve gives you a chance to experience the Sun Devil way of life and develop friendships that will last a lifetime. The residential college program pairs you with a Residential Community Director who works alongside undergraduate and graduate team members to support you in your first year.

The Reserves at 700

The Reserves at 700 is a community of apartment homes that are designed with your lifestyle in mind. Our one, two, and three bedroom apartments feature custom amenities to make you feel right at home. With high ceilings, wood-style flooring and large windows, youll love relaxing in a warm and vibrant community.

Located on campus, your new apartment will be within walking distance of ASU’s main campus, Sproul Hall, and Gayley Heights, as well as a variety of dining and shopping options in the surrounding area. You can even take advantage of the community’s shared laundry facilities!

Residents are also able to access on-campus recreational and social events. These include a wide range of fitness classes, a resident-led library and computer center, an on-campus gym, an indoor pool, and more!

In addition to being a great resource for students, the department of community living hosts events throughout the year for both University and non-University groups. These may include seminars, presentations, workshops, or conferences.

Reservations for these events must be submitted at least three business days in advance. DCL will review your request and contact you if we approve it. If not, we will notify you of the status of your request and offer a variety of alternatives.

The Department of Community Living (DCL) is excited to share our resources with the Brandeis community. We welcome the opportunity to serve your organization and will work to accommodate your needs.

To reserve a space in our residential communities, complete the request form below and submit it at least three business days in advance of your event. If your event is approved, you will receive a confirmation email from DCL with instructions for reserving the space.

COVID-19 Rules and Regulations

All on-campus residence hall spaces are regulated under COVID-19, a federal public health program that requires us to take certain safety measures. These policies are designed to protect our students and ensure their safety during the university experience.

Using residential spaces for non-University sponsored activities is only permitted when the event is organized by a recognized student group. A representative from the sponsoring student organization must be present at the event. The room must be cleaned up after the event and the non-University group must follow the same cleaning standards as other residents.

The broader community will benefit from the use of residential spaces, and our departments will be able to provide the necessary assistance to promote wellness and safety for our students. As a result, we ask that you only request these spaces when you have a legitimate reason for needing them.