Arizona State University (ASU) was first founded by the Thirteenth Territorial Legislature in 1885 as Territorial Normal School to provide education in mechanical arts and agriculture. It was later renamed as Arizona State Teachers College and again as Arizona State College in 1945. In 1958, it became Arizona State University with the vote of people and a victory margin of 2-to-1. Currently, the university has numerous schools, colleges, centers and institutes that offer education in various fields of study. Also, it holds the accreditation of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
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