Arizona State University

Lattie F. Coor Hall

College Academic Building, College Technology Building, and College Classroom · Downtown Tempe
975 S Myrtle Ave (at Arizona State University), Tempe, AZ 85281, United States
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    Robby O.
    "excellent place to study and work on homework."(8 Tips)
    Arizona State University
    "computer lab located in Coor Hall"(5 Tips)
    Katherine M.
    "Coor computing commons"(5 Tips)
    Amy F.
    "concrete picnic tables"(3 Tips)
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  • study
  • computer lab
  • concrete
  • study area
  • picnic tables
  • books
  • classes
  • good for a late night
  • architecture
  • good for working
  • sandwiches
  • restrooms
  • free parking
  • basement
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  • Sam W.

    So many outlets! Even in the chairs. Great place to use laptops and/or charge your phone (;

    Sam Whitman · February 25
  • Alya J.

    Its full of small bugs!!

    Alya J. · January 23
  • Sam W.

    Great computer center! The big comfy seats have outlets to charge your devices!👍

    Sam Whitman · January 22
  • Joey W.

    This is my favorite study spot on campus aside from the libraries. Something about the architecture, windows and overall open-ness helps me clear my mind and focus a bit better than usual

    Joey Williams · August 5, 2013
  • Desiree' S.

    This building has the funnest elevators!

    Desiree' Shearer · February 19, 2013
  • Jordan F.

    This building is named after former ASU President Lattie F. Coor. Also, hands down best restrooms on campus. Fortunate to have had plenty of GPH courses here!

    Jordan Frakes · February 16, 2013
  • Michael I.

    Hidden computer commons! A lot of people don't know but there is a computer commons in coor hall! Great place to study or even just hang out!

    Michael Iuorio · February 15, 2013
  • David S.

    If you need extra room to park your bike, there's always the bike racks just north of Stauffer Hall.

    David Strauss · February 13, 2013
  • Chris M.

    This building smells weird.

    Chris Moorman · November 30, 2012
  • Gabrielle M.

    The auditoriums at Coor Hall are by far my favorite on ASU Tempe campus. They are spacious and have great acoustics for lecture presentations. Glad to have had quite a few classes here!

    Gabrielle Marshall · March 29, 2012
  • Sarah M.

    FREE parking for students after 6pm in the parking lot between Mill Ave and this building (same lot as Wells Fargo kiosk). Perfect parking for late night library visits

    Sarah Murphy · March 28, 2012
  • Abrielle S.

    Tables out front are great for studying.

    Abrielle Swisher · March 27, 2012
  • Billy S.

    the computer lab in Coor is a great place to do homework or work on group projects! Book your study room there!

    Billy Smith · March 25, 2012
  • Rainet L.

    The building has the word "Explore" on top of the building. The women's bathroom stinks sometimes. In the stall, they put up a green air freshners & do not remove them.

    Rainet Lewis · March 24, 2012
  • Katherine M.

    Coor computing commons are much more accessible and pleasant than the ones near the bookstore. Try and snag a Mac on the right end of commons-they are way faster than the dells!:

    Katherine McKeon · March 12, 2012
  • Abrielle S.

    If you sit on the back tables, there is a lot more space available.

    Abrielle Swisher · March 8, 2012
  • Sam M.

    Dont pay for printing! Find an empty classroom on the lower level and you can print from any of the classroom computers. I prefer the teacher computer up front cuz it makes you feel powerful.

    Sam Margolis · December 6, 2011
  • Arizona State University

    Check out Hollywood Invades Tempe in Coor Hall on Nov. 30 at 7pm with special guests Stephen Gyllenhaal, director and writer, and Kathleen Man Gyllenhaal, co-producer and writer of "Grassroots."

    Arizona State University · November 30, 2011
  • Reggie H.

    Slowest computers on campus

    Reggie Halstrom · October 18, 2011
  • Chris K.

    The steel and concrete can sometimes create a dead zone for cellphones.

    Chris Kauppi · October 17, 2011
  • Brandon Z.

    When you are in the basement don't be frightened but the skateboards rolling above you.. its not the roof falling in!

    Brandon Zeigler · September 28, 2011
  • Lauren P.

    You will have no signal if you have Sprint

    Lauren Parra · September 13, 2011
  • Ryan T.

    The bathrooms are usually left unlocked 24 hours, a good tip for those walking through campus after a night on mill!

    Ryan Toltzman · August 30, 2011
  • Anne N.

    This is wear a lot of sign language classes are. Highly recommend taking one! Way more fun than spanish or french.

    Anne N. · April 14, 2011
  • Ali M.

    Stocked with PCs and Mac computers and various printing stations for all ASU students to use. Great place to work on the computer and meet up with friends. There are also outside tables to get a littl

    Ali Maynard · April 14, 2011
  • Gary S.

    This is a great place to come on campus when your printer at home breaks. There's generally less people here than in, say, the computer commons or the library, and you can get in and get out quicker.

    Gary S · April 14, 2011
  • Alison

    Lots of tables in front and back of building to take breaks or do homework. Also has a computer lab with Macs and PCs.

    Alison · April 10, 2011
  • Elise U.

    There is usually availibility at all times at this computer lab on campus, and the atmostphere is good for studying

    Elise Upperman · April 5, 2011
  • Mia F.

    Don't bother Trying to get a computer during peak class hours I.e. Afternoon - try to get here in the morning!

    Mia Feinberg · March 24, 2011
  • Robby O.

    Conveniently located in the middle of campus this building provides an excellent place to study and work on homework.

    Robby O'Connell · March 18, 2011
  • John D.

    Tap foot for bj

    John Doe · February 28, 2011
  • John D.

    Tap foot for a good time

    John Doe · February 26, 2011
  • Thien P.

    Coor's building has many places to study and meet up with friends to do homework or just to hang out. Located conveniently near Sacks Sandwiches and Barney's its a great place to meet up before break

    Thien Pham 💵 · February 17, 2011
  • Ali M.

    Coor has the slowest computers on campus, hands down.

    Ali Maynard · February 16, 2011
  • Bree B.

    Very classy. Wow.

    Bree Boehlke · December 21, 2010
  • Philip K.

    Fun fact, don't expect a cell phone to work in any of the lower level classrooms. Too much concrete. >.<

    Philip Knappenberger · December 13, 2010
  • Matt C.

    Did you know Lattie Coor was the president of ASU from 1990 to 2002? He was previously President of the University of Vermont.

    Matt Culbertson · November 12, 2010
  • Abby V.

    I will save you some confusion. If your schedule has a class here in a room number that starts with L1, you're on the first level. In other words, you will need to go downstairs for your class.

    Abby Vester · November 12, 2010
  • Victoria G.

    Coor has the cleanest bathrooms on campus! They have bathrooms on level 1 and 2.

    Victoria Gundersen · November 12, 2010
  • Victoria G.

    Don't study on level one! You can hear ppl walking, dropping their stuff, and ride their scooters above u.

    Victoria Gundersen · October 26, 2010
  • Phoebe C.

    Somewhere to sit in between classes: there are tables at the front and back of coor, on either sides of the computer lab. There are also tables located downstairs, which are good for escaping the heat

    Phoebe Cohen · October 22, 2010
  • Victoria G.

    If u need a quiet and cool place to study, go to the basement level of Coor. It is always quiet and never hot!!

    Victoria Gundersen · October 20, 2010
  • Christine D.

    If you're strapped for time & need a computer/printer, avoid the computing commons & go to L1-54 (if there's not a class in session). There's a MacBook at each seat & a printer in the room.

    Christine Demane · October 18, 2010
  • Amy F.

    Great place to do homework between classes. When the weather is nice, the concrete picnic tables are perfect for spreading out your work. There are more in the basement if the 1st floor ones are full!

    Amy Fleishans · October 13, 2010
  • Alyssa Marty

    Meters on university and the side streets stop at 6! :) free parking for us night class kids

    Alyssa Marty · September 29, 2010
  • Jaclyn

    I love doing homework here before class, it's at a great location by all my classes!

    Jaclyn · September 21, 2010
  • Andrea M.

    The sinks are not automatic! Do not be fooled! :) you will stand there looking dumb like I have before.

    Andrea Meissner · September 14, 2010
  • Stacy G.

    In the bathroom, it may look like an automatic sink but there is a button you have to push on the righthand side

    Stacy Gollinger · September 2, 2010
  • ASU History, Philosophy, Religious Studies

    Stephen J. Pyne will give a talk and sign his new book "Voyager: Seeking Newer Worlds in the Third Great Age of Discovery" in Coor 174 on Sept. 15 11:40 am.

  • ASU History, Philosophy, Religious Studies

    There are many interesting events/lectures that are free and open to the public here this semester. Check out for a list


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