Recent Alumnus 2010-10-16T22:49:25Z
Buses or Bikes – The orbit bus is a great way to get from your house to campus or ride your bike.
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-15T14:41:30Z
Here at ASU Downtown- everything is really near. we have the libraries a few steps away from us. Also, the student sucess center is always available, and their tutors are awesome.
College Junior 2010-10-14T22:51:47Z
The academics are pretty good. The teachers teach and do their purpose. Some are definitely better and more understanding then others. There are many students who do not like their teachers though because they can be impatient (which is because of their students)...ironic. The workload is reasonable; I am in Honor classes so I get more work than a regular student. The registration process is easy to go through, the school really helps guide you through it. The overall curriculum is better then good yet not great.
College Junior 2010-10-14T22:51:18Z
Dining Is Great – I like the food and dining options on our campus. The school offers subs, burgers, french fries, asian food, nachos, salads, a salad bar, alfredo, spagetthei, chicken nuggets, and more. They have student store where you can buy assorted snacks, and two bars where you can buys other foods too. The cafeteria can get very crowded and the students run to the cafeteria to save chairs for them if they want to sit down to eat. You can sit outside too in a shaded area.
College Senior 2010-10-14T20:08:50Z
The dorms aren't a nightmare to live in, but they aren't amazing either.
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-13T21:16:46Z
Greek students are everywhere. Typical scene, parties, close-knit communities. It's not for everyone though.
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-13T21:15:08Z
Plenty of Parties – ASU is well-known for it's social atmosphere. As the largest university in the US, there are plenty of options for everyone. There are lots of parties, clubs and anything really. Mill is a great hangout place and throughout the valley there is something for everyone.
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-13T21:12:25Z
There are quite a few places in the Tempe area. Your best option is heading down to Mill Ave. They have quite a few good places to eat, but it is not the cheapest area. There are lots of little diners throughout the valley, but not within walking distance of ASU. Arizona has a lot of variety and the mexican food is better than anywhere else I've been. There hasn't been too much ethnic variety in the past, but that is changing.
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-12T17:56:59Z
Dorms are dry. Easy to sneak in liquor, and depending on the CA's you could get away with drinking and being a little loud
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-12T17:52:04Z
Computer System Engineering – I am a computer system engineer. It is a mixture of Computer Science, math and electrical engineering. I have had some very enthusiastic professors who are into what they teach. The workload at times varies. Usually it's pretty fair. Professors are willing to help you and there are plenty of tutoring hours.
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-08T06:53:47Z
The computers at my university are easily acceptable to me and work great. They have great and clear network and it is most reliable and the speed has never been a problem for me.
College Senior 2010-10-07T04:32:20Z
It's a menta institution parading around as a college – I'm a freshmen, and I've been here for about 2 months, and I've wanted to transfer since before the second week. People sucks here. I used to say hi to random people just to be nice and maybe make some friends, and I got snubbed by snobby girls and jerk guys, which is basically everyone. Also, the people in charge here who think the only way they can improve the school's reputation by breaking up parties instead of cracking down on admissions and letting anyone in with a 15 on their ACT are retarded. I would rather go back to high school than stay here for another four years. I'm already talking to other schools about transferring because this school sucks so bad. Go anywhere else but ASU. It's truely atrocious
College Senior 2010-10-03T19:05:34Z
It's Alright – The weather is usually very hot and there needs to be mo0re shade and possible misters
It Could Be Better – I wish there was more of a selection. There needs to be more healthy foods and the prices need to be less expensive
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-01T05:14:04Z
Health & Safety:
Tempe is a pretty safe area! Tempe campus is a very safe area, especially since there are a few residential districts nearby. Police are available when you need them, and the streets are very clean and relatively new, making it easy to drive. There are provisions for pedestrians and clearly marked bicycle lanes to avoid any accidents.
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-01T04:51:02Z
Apartments and Condos Are Reasonable – There are many housing opportunities around the ASU area. Apartments are reasonable prices, and condos are becoming more affortdable to rent especially if multiple students share housing.
The campus is in an well-rounded area with everything available including diverse shopping, hiking trails, parks, and sports activities available nearby.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-29T20:21:31Z
Being the largest university in the nation opens a lot of doors that you didn't even know existed. They are well networked with firms and potential employers. No doubt about it they understand the importance of relationships.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-29T20:18:25Z
Guys & Girls:
California Blondes – There are a lot of girls here from California and a lot of girls that love the beach. Plenty of blondes if you are into that and everyone is fun loving. Some need to pay attention in class though if you get my drift.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-29T20:15:11Z
Health & Safety:
Safe and Secure – Both the university and the city of Tempe keep a close eye on everything going on around campus. They are quick to respond to any needs and don't tolerate law breaking. It is a safe place to be overall.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-29T07:53:41Z
There's the Light Rail which goes through Tempe, to Mesa (east) and to Phoenix (west). It's cheap and easy to use, but is only good if you are heading to certain areas. There's the bus, which is super cheap but is a pain because you have to do transfers and the buses are never on time.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-29T07:51:52Z
Parking permit are extremely expensive. Unless you are there five days a week for eight hours a day, they are not worth it. There are meters in various spots, but you can only park in them for one or two hours. ASU will ticket you if you are parked where you don't have a permit or if there's an expired meter.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-29T07:47:18Z
Campus has many different facilities for students to utilize. The Memorial Union (campus center) has many food options, gaming areas, study areas, computer labs, and much more. They gym and pool on campus are very nice. There are always vendors, student clubs and events happening on campus.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-28T16:50:34Z
Great Atmosphere – Arizona is a very hot city but there are a few attractions. On the strips there are many clubs and bars for young people to have fun. There are also beautiful mountains and parks for the active people that want to go jogging or walk.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-27T06:31:08Z
Despite the drug problem at Arizona State University, I love it here. The campus is gorgeous, most of the people are friendly, and the Interior Design Program is amazing! There is immense school spirit here, which is different than my high school, and I love it! Even though it has a reputation for parties, the academic programs here are really good. There are at least a handful of prgrams which are highly rated among others in the nation. It is not all just fun and games, you have to work hard to earn that coveted degree.
Recent Alumnus 2010-09-27T06:25:01Z
"Arizona Meth Project" – The surrounding areas around Arizona State University, Tempe Campus, do not really provide a great role model for the students attending Arizona State University. Arizona is known for its Meth problem, though, I do not really see much of it on campus. The drug of choice by the students, is popularily marijuana and of course, alcohol. Being known as the number one party school in America, Arizona State University does live up to its reputation.
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