Recent Alumnus 2011-07-26T11:54:16Z
The professors in the Electrical Engineering department are varied in quality. A handful are very enthusiastic and love to teach and help students. Others care more about their research than teaching. Still others have unfair grading systems. Pretty much what you would find anywhere else. Good and bad.
College Senior 2011-07-25T22:44:16Z
No Consequences – Unless reported underage students rarely recieve consequences for breaking the law. I think they should more strictly enforce their policies and the state laws.
College Senior 2011-07-25T22:38:33Z
Health & Safety:
Arizona State University takes excellent measures to ensure the overall safety of all students. Campus security is very easily accessed if needed and they listen to complaints and act upon resolutions quickly.
College Junior 2011-07-22T10:13:55Z
Many Cheap Ways! Everything is VERY close so you can walk or ride a bike almost anywhere. there's also the light rail that can take you to a few other spots which is also very cheap and affordable. You have the option of driving, but parking is expensive. They also offer free shuttles to get around in!
College Junior 2011-07-22T10:11:40Z
Very Good! I'm not very into sports, but we always beat our rivals UofA, and as far as i can tell we have great sports teams.
College Junior 2011-07-22T10:09:15Z
Business at Its Best! Arizona State has the W.P. Carey school, which is also one of the TOP business schools. I have not yet started (I will be starting in less then a month though) I'm very excited about it and I've heard several great things!
College Senior 2011-07-21T18:18:11Z
Criminal Justice – The atmosphere is plesant and the staff is very helpful in administering assignments and giving advice.
College Senior 2011-07-21T04:58:12Z
Mainly Mill St – You'll find restaurants along Mill St, its the street everyone talks about. Theres also fast food and mainly pizza places around campus. A considerable place I would recomend is Jimmy John's. Its a Sandwhich shop better than subway I'd Say.
College Senior 2011-07-21T04:54:07Z
Similar Options Throughout Campus – The dinning halls around campus are similar and don't really offer healthy food. They have your usual fast food joints and make it easy to grab lunch or a snack between classes but one does get pretty tired of eating the same agenda every week. Most students live off campus they're second year and on but still have a smaller meal plan so that they don't have to pay taxes.
College Senior 2011-07-21T04:02:06Z
Very Diverse – Coming from the Midwest, I would consider ASU to be very diverse.
College Senior 2011-07-21T04:01:46Z
Apartments Are Expensive, Houses Cheap – Off campus can be hard to find a deal, sometimes. You need to look for housing early, like December through March, to secure a deal. Houses cost only $300-$500 per month if you have 3-4 roommates, while apartments close to campus can be anywhere from $500 to $1100 depending on the type.
College Senior 2011-07-21T03:59:48Z
Depends on Your Major – The academics really depend on your major. For example, Supply Chain Management (my major) is ranked 4th in the country. If you're going to ASU to do something besides engineering, business, journalism or the honors college, you should look somewhere else.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-20T02:44:24Z
I am not part of the Greek life, but the opportunity is there if I wanted it.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-20T02:42:16Z
There are a wide variety of bathrooms, and student resources. Some places are vandalized, while others are in mint condition.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-20T02:41:10Z
Very Accepting – May Lou Fulton College makes my Education major very easy to get where I need to go. The resources are available when I need them, and help is there when I ask. I am very proud of my school.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-19T23:57:04Z
Freshmen Year – Given the chance to choose a different school, I'd probably go to a community college. Freshmen year was fun, in terms of activities and free time, however, the expenses are ridiculous compared to community colleges or for upperclassmen. One thing EVERYONE tells you before you go to college is to stay away from loans. I had to drop a class late fall, and doing so meant losing scholarships. From fees for the gym and internet to books, classes and dorm fees, freshmen year ended up costing me $20,000 and I had to take a loan out just to stay in school. Looking back, I should've considered every possible option including all of it's pro's and con's.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-19T23:45:20Z
Phoenix Is Hot – If you are not used to heat or humidity, then I can honestly say, the first month or so at ASU are gunna be hell. The main campus is large and just walking from class to class will make you break a sweat. It takes some getting used to, especially if you come from cooler climates, however, the AC literally EVERYWHERE you go in Phoenix make up for that.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-19T23:36:31Z
While attending ASU my freshmen year, I got to work with and learn from some incredible minds. They all have their own area of expertise and are very easy to talk with. I found myself enjoying spending time in my classes, enthralled by how awesome the teachers were and how amazing the material was to be offered.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-18T16:36:16Z
Guys & Girls:
Culturally Deficient – This is a very large university and with that comes many different cultures. Yet, the reprentation in campus life seems to be lacking. When you step onto the campus, there is a feeling of uniformity. There are many parties but no diversity in most of them. One type of music and the same types of guys. Not very fun if you like diversity.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-18T16:22:50Z
Make It or Break It – I was a Mathematics Major at ASU and it seems that most of the professors are interested in research and publications, but not very concerned with the students. There was a rare occassion when a teacher would truly show interest, but quick answers and very little guidance is all you can expect. As a math major you expect a heavy workload and decent curriculum. The classrooms are old and slowly being updated. If you are lucky enough to get into the right circles you will find some job opportunities.
College Junior 2011-07-18T03:20:37Z
New American Scholars – I am a New American Scholar because of my High School grades, but ASU has a fantastic scholarship search engine that is really easy to use.
College Junior 2011-07-18T03:19:01Z
Policiy Enforcement – ASU has a policy where if you are caught with it within the dorms you can be expelled or given one more chance. I think it is a fairly reasonable policy that separates the drug and alcohol scene from the dorms.
College Junior 2011-07-18T03:16:12Z
Class Selection – There is a wide variety of classes offered including a wide variety once you have selected your major which allows you to focus on the things that interest you more that just checking off boxes to complete your major.
College Senior 2011-07-16T23:32:38Z
The Inside Scoop – For your freshman year, I definitely suggest staying in the dorms. You meet so many people this way and there are always events going on. The campus life is great. There are a ton of places to chill and hang out. Of course, we all know ASU is known for partying and having a good time, and you'll find just that!
College Senior 2011-07-16T23:24:57Z
Great Program – Most of the professors are great here. I attend the downtown campus where the classes are a little bit smaller, and it's nice because the professors are able to be available more. My professors have always been willing to help and answer questions, and they all have office hours where you can talk one-on-one. Also, the tutoring center provides a lot of review sessions that I suggest going to. They really help!
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