ASU ranks second out of 50 schools, while the University of Arizona comes in at number 28.
Arizona only became a state in 1912, and the region—formerly part of Mexico—wasn't even a U. All of these elements make Tucson one of the most culturally rich cities of the West and a mecca for history buffs looking for a truly distinctive lens into America's past.
The area is also one of the earliest inhabited areas of the country, with evidence of Hohokam settlements dating back thousands of years.
Expand your mind and see history in a new light as you observe ancient Native American sites at Murray Springs and Signal Hill, follow the trails of early Spanish explorers, witness a reenactment of the shootout at OK Corral, and travel deep into Arizona's copper mining past.
She said that with Arizona's unemployment rate being higher than the national average, how the hell else are students, particularly women, going to get by while getting a higher education or applying for jobs?