Housing and Dining

The School of Molecular Sciences has partnered with ASU Housing and Dining services to accommodate online students traveling from out-of-state. Students are NOT required to use the ASU housing and dining options and can opt out of these services on the electronic registration form.

ALL STUDENTS must select their choices on housing and dining choices on the registration form by April 30th.

PAYMENTS for housing and dining services will be accepted through April 30th as a check or money order.

ASU Housing - Tooker House

Tooker House

Tooker House is located across the street from the Bateman Physical Sciences Center, where the summer lab courses will be held (scroll down to see campus map). Each student will be assigned an individual room but will share an adjoining bathroom with another student.

The costs for Tooker House are as follows: 

Option A:

CHM 237 only (June 2nd - June 6th) - $152

Option B:

CHM 238 only (June 5th - June 10th) - $190

Option C:

CHM 237 & 238 (June 2nd - June 10th) - $304

More information on Tooker House can be found on the ASU Housing website. If you have any disabilities or need spcial accomodations related to housing, contact Dr. Ara Austin (ara.austin@asu.edu).

ASU Dining

ASU Dining

ASU Dining will be open for those students who purchase a meal plan, which will include breakfast and lunch. The dining hall schedule, pricing, and options are listed below (brunch is provided on weekends instead of breakfast and lunch).

Dining Center Schedule

Monday – Friday (June 4th – June 8th):

Breakfast - 7:00 am – 9:00 am
Lunch - 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Sunday & Saturday (June 3rd & June 9th):

Brunch - 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Meal Package (Breakfast & Lunch/Brunch):

Option A:
CHM 237 only (June 3rd – June 6th) – $56.40

Option B:
CHM 238 only (June 6th – June 9th) - $56.40

Option C:
Both CHM 237 & 238 (June 3rd – June 9th) - $94.00

Breakfast on June 3rd and 9th and lunch on June 4th and 7th will be provided to students free of charge (location TBD). The package pricing above does NOT include these free meals provided to the students. Contact Dr. Ara Austin (ara.austin@asu.edu) if you have any food allergies.

Listed below are housing and dining options close to the ASU Tempe campus. These businesses are not endorsed by ASU. This list was created to help students find alternative housing and dining options near campus. ASU is not liable for any harm or damage if students use any of these non-campus options.

List of Hotels

  • Moxy Phoenix Tempe ASU area
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Phoenix Tempe – University
  • Graduate Tempe
  • University Inn & Suites
  • Courtyard by Marriott Tempe Downtown
  • Tempe Mission Palms Hotel & Conference Center
  • Aloft Tempe
  • AC Hotel Tempe
  • Best Western Inn of Tempe
  • Quality Inn at ASU
  • Super 8 Tempe/ASU/Airport

More information can be found on: (https://visit.asu.edu/travel)

List of Restaurants

  • Pita Jungle
  • Original Chop Shop
  • The Chuckbox
  • Sacks at ASU
  • Snooze A. M. Eatery
  • N Counter
  • Postino’s
  • House of Tricks
  • Phoenicia Cafe
  • Cornish Pasty Co.
  • La Bocca Urban Pizzeria
  • Grilled Ave.
  • Memorial Union (on campus)


For students commuting from the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, day parking is available at various parking structures and lots for a fixed price that range from $5 – 15 per day (more information: https://cfo.asu.edu/parking).

If you require an overnight parking permit, please contact Dr. Ara Austin (ara.austin@asu.edu).


A partial map of the ASU Tempe Campus with the key locations mentioned in this information document is provided below. The condensed summer labs will be held in the Bateman Physical Sciences Center. The Memorial Union is the Tempe Campus student center.

Map of Key Locations