College Junior 2012-04-25T22:16:14Z
The Best Teachers I've Ever Had – I'm extremely happy as a political science major. The two classes I've gotten to take for my major thus far were the two most interesting, enlightening and enjoyable classes I've had here at ASU, and the teachers (Richard Ashley and Terence Ball) were BRILLIANT. I don't know if this is true for other majors as well, but personally I couldn't be happier. I haven't had any trouble finding the courses I need, and so far I'm 2 for 2 on finding professors who were funny, engaging, helpful and extremely knowledgeable about their subjects.
College Junior 2012-04-25T22:11:45Z
Wouldn't Change a Thing – Like anyone else, I have concerns about finding a job after college, but I'm pretty confident I'll land on my feet. Political science is one of the best majors to choose if you're not totally sure what you want to end up doing after college, because it gives you so many options. With a poli sci degree, you can pursue careers in journalism, public policy, non-profit organizations, law, and almost anything else you can think of that has to do with politics and government. This kind of versatility is also why ASU is one of the best schools to study it at. At the largest college in the country, there are so many options and potential fields of study that one would be hard-pressed to find something they couldn't do. You won't get locked into something you aren't sure about, and there's always a way to further specialize your particular focus.
College Junior 2012-04-25T21:59:21Z
Piece of Cake – I didn't have to do anything special to get into my particular major. I just talked to an adviser, told him that I wanted to be a Political Science major, and he helped me sign up for the classes. That was it. It's possible that I wasn't in a hugely competitive program, but from my perspective it was super easy.
College Sophomore 2012-04-24T01:36:45Z
Not Much – Its always sunny here but if there is rain, i just take the lightrail
College Sophomore 2012-04-24T01:35:13Z
Not Prevolent – It would mean to be a regular user or in the circuit to know what really goes on behind the scenes
College Sophomore 2012-04-24T01:33:58Z
Sports Pretty Darn Good – The sports are very varied and inviting. one has but to ask to be on a non-competetive team. Very recreational
College Sophomore 2012-04-23T01:38:22Z
Parking at ASU is organized caos. There are great places to park, but you have to get there early, and know where they are. If you decide to pay for parking there is no problem with it.
College Sophomore 2012-04-23T01:37:01Z
Not personally being involved in a sorority, I don't really know anything about their activity. The only way I know they exist i the groups of girls wearing the same shirts walking around campus.
College Sophomore 2012-04-23T01:32:52Z
Dining at ASU is very diverse. There are many available dining halls that are pretty well stocked with a wide range of food. Mind you, not very much of the food is healthy, but it's not mediocre school food either.
College Junior 2012-04-22T18:44:36Z
Greek Life – I am involved in Greek Life and it is NOT what people see it as, party, party, party, drama, "a scene" to be in, it really isn't. We raise money for an awesome cause, promote schlastic excellence and also provide a support group. Lots of fundraising goes on more than "party, party, party" it is a chance to give back to the community and become professional leaders. (yes with business meetings). If interested, ask a greek brother or sister for information on joining, everyone is very willing to give you recruitment information and rush info. Get incolved with your community and come meet some awesome people, and the fees (DO NOT) got to paying for school, when you join you will find out they go to something that will benefit you and your bros/sisters.
College Junior 2012-04-21T04:40:03Z
Their are a variety of transportation options at ASU. The option I usually use is the lightrail. The cost is also very reasonablel. Paying $150 for the whole academic year, including lightrail usage, and city bus usage, unlimited of course. And, the lightrail takes you right into the campus, which is very convenient. There are also city buses that take you to the school, as well as Orbit buses. We have parking lots at ASU, however the cost may be a bit too high for some who can't afford that. Although, most students take bikes, use longboards, or walk.
College Junior 2012-04-21T04:33:32Z
This school has alot of diversity. You'll see all kinds of racial groups. From Asians, to Hispanics, and Whites to those from the Middleast. They all bring their uniqeness to this great school, ASU.
College Junior 2012-04-21T04:29:13Z
Arizona State University has alot to offer. Being in the city of Tempe, you'll find lots to do. We have the "A" mountain right in front and you can hike it all the way to the top and look into the city. On the other side, you can see Tempe Town Lake, and at night, may I say, that is a beautiful sight!On Mill Ave, you'll find local stores, and boutiques, as well as restaurants, all located next to the university. This is a great place to be, trust me, you'll never get bored.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-19T21:30:46Z
Opportunity for Fun! ASU Tempe campus is right in the center of other huge cities which have tons of activites to immerse yourself into. There are professional sports stadiums, museums, cultral centers, special event centers such as play houses and clubs.
College Junior 2012-04-19T01:31:55Z
Stressful but Possible – Hard to find right types of aid, but when seeking help from financial aid office can make it possible.
College Junior 2012-04-19T01:27:46Z
Football and Softball – Two teams that bring a lot of recognition and are very much supported by the student body.
College Junior 2012-04-19T01:23:36Z
Decent, but Typical – Most days they offer decent food, but usually the same things everyday. Sometimes students can get tired if eating the same thing everyday.
College Senior 2012-04-17T07:56:36Z
GOOOO DEVILS!!! You can't get more school spirit than the SUN DEVILS!!! The school invests a lot of money into athletics and we have amazing teams. I am not a big sports fan, but I always make it out to a few games a year, just because it is so much fun. While our football can sometimes be frustrating for fans, we have tons of other teams that really represent us well.
College Senior 2012-04-17T07:53:23Z
Guys & Girls:
Plenty of Bros – There are 72,250 students at ASU... so you are bound to find someone you like. I personally don't like the super-tan, bleach blonde, and over-done make-up... but if that's your thing, you are going to love it. There are plenty of bros as well. I would say that is the predominate style. However, there are plenty of other looks around ASU... including a healthy ginger population!
College Junior 2012-04-16T08:51:08Z
I live at Center Complex at Best C. Best C is the hub for the whole complex. We have a computer lab that has dual screens for windows and 27" Macs. This complex has buildings that have community bathrooms. They're sometimes nasty but there's a cleaning staff. Center complex is isolated from everyone. It's located on the SouthWest corner of the campus. It's basically near everywhere especially the MU which is the hub at ASU. MU does close early though and the dining hall over there. People that live here needs to go to farther dining halls and restaurants late at night. There's other dorms at the North Campus Dorms which has PV and san pablo and hassy/barret/sonora/vista in the southeast area.
College Junior 2012-04-16T08:40:56Z
It's How You Want It – Mill avenue is the only place you could go to in a walking distance but it's mostly for people 21 and above. You can catch the bus to go to AZ Mills, Tempe Market Place and/or to downtown Phoenix. Everything is in walking distance but should invest in a bike or start to learn how to ride a longboard. As for social life, there is not much to do around unless you're 21 and above.
College Junior 2012-04-15T23:57:02Z
Always Feels Like Summer – Every day in Arizona, it always feels like summer because it hardly ever rains nor snows. In July/August, we have sandstorms (called haboobs) whenever it gets really windy and either 80-100 degrees. When I first came here, I had to keep myself cool by drinking a lot of water and staying in a cool classroom.
College Junior 2012-04-15T23:50:00Z
I came to ASU Poly because it has a Special Education program at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. The campus is fantastic, and most of the professors I have had have been close to amazing. They are available to answer questions and give you extra help with course work. Class discussion is encouraged in smaller classes and makes it worth going to class. Most of the classes I attend are hybrid, meaning that they are both online and in class.
College Junior 2012-04-15T23:40:21Z
Freshmen and Upperclassmen Dorms – The freshman dorms at ASU Poly are great for both ASU and Mesa-Gilbert Community College students. There are different dorms at Poly: Eagle, Mustang, Falcon, Talon, Phantom, and Palo Blanco (which is one of the upperclassmen houses) I'm currently staying at Eagle Hall and later this fall I'll be moving to Mustang Hall because all of the MGCC students will be moving in. We will have a new dorm hall opening this summer.
College Junior 2012-04-15T23:28:56Z
Health & Safety:
Totally Safe – I have never felt unsafe on ASU Poly's campus. It is a small, safe place to be with friends. Every night, my roommates and I keep our doors locked to avoid theft and pranks. Our Campus Security would always patrol around our dorms in their cars to make sure we are safe.
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