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Residential college communities are where students live with other students from their same academic discipline. These living-learning communities provide a supportive, vibrant environment designed to help students succeed at the university. Barrett students at the West campus live with other honors students enrolled in similar academic majors as their own. The Residential College community structure has proven to help students develop enhanced study skills and engage in university opportunities and experiences that will contribute to the personal and professional growth and development.
Barrett West first-year students live within the Barrett hall at Casa de Oro.
Upper Division Experience
Barrett, The Honors College, is the only four-year residential college at Arizona State University. All Barrett students continue to live in the Barrett residential community for their second year. Because of the numerous benefits of living in Barrett, many students choose to live in Barrett housing for their third and fourth years as well. In their second year, Barrett students transition to Las Casas, the upper division housing complex. This is also where students in their third and fourth years live in the Las Casas Residential Hall.
Residential Staff & Student Leaders
Peer Leaders are current Barrett students who engage residents and serve as an academic resource and liaison for students.
Community Assistants are current Barrett students who plan University Housing specific programs and create a meaningful and reflective experience for residents. There are two Community Assistants for Barrett students in Casa de Oro and one Community Assistant for Barrett students in Las Casas.
Sasha Billbe, Program Manager for Barrett West, is the professional staff academic liaison for all Barrett students living on the West campus.
The Peer Leaders, Community Assistants, and residential staff all comprise the Barrett Residential College; they work collaboratively to create a fun, safe environment for current students. Interested in learning more? Contact Sasha Billbe at 602-543-3410 or Sasha.Billbe@asu.edu.