The Reserve Residences at ASU
The reserve residences offer students a place to call home while enjoying life on campus. They are designed to meet your unique needs and help you live out your dreams at Arizona State University.
Whether you’re a first year student, a graduate student, or a faculty member, our residential colleges provide supportive, close-knit communities to help you build your future at ASU. You’ll feel a sense of pride, tradition, and Sun Devil spirit in your residence hall, and the residential staff is ready to assist you throughout your time at ASU.
You’ll be located right next to your classmates who share your major and interests, and we will help you make the most of your college experience by providing a variety of community events and activities in and around the reserve.
When it comes to housing, you’ll find a wide range of options from one-bedroom apartments to four-bedroom homes. All of our communities feature desirable amenities and have excellent locations near campus.
Some of the most important features to look for in your new residence include an on-site clubhouse, a resort-style pool, and a 24-hour gym. You’ll also enjoy a convenient location near shops and restaurants, plus access to public transportation.
At Stoneleigh at The Reserve, our modern one and two bedroom apartment homes in Plymouth, MN, provide an ideal blend of luxury and convenience. Our community is situated in a vibrant neighborhood that provides easy access to Target, Cub Foods, and many dining options.
We are proud to provide reserve-quality living spaces for our residents, and we encourage you to explore our community, tour our property, and see what makes us a great place to call home!
Our friendly, attentive staff are always available to answer any questions you may have. Contact a staff member today for more information about our reserve residences or to schedule a tour!
Having a home on a reserve can be a challenge for First Nations people. The federal government, which oversees reserves, has imposed a number of restrictions and limitations on the use of reserve land. For instance, access to fish and timber resources are heavily regulated. This can prevent band members from earning income on the reserve or even building a house on the land.
The Canadian government has a range of programs to assist the residents of reserve communities, including a loan program for people who want to purchase or build homes on reserve. This is an important program for First Nations communities, which often have limited financial means and are unable to afford the upfront costs of purchasing land and building a home.
There are also programs that support the development of on-reserve community centers, sports facilities, and other amenities for reserve families. These are designed to promote social and economic growth for the entire community.
The federal government is increasingly requiring First Nations bands to put their finances under third-party control, a process known as recipient-management or co-management. In Canada, there are currently 145 First Nations bands that are subject to some type of intervention. In northern Ontario, for example, the Attawapiskat reserve is currently being treated this way.