Recent Alumnus 2010-08-07T09:12:11Z
If You Want Safe, You'll Have to Sacrifice Some Extra Cash – It's hard to find a nice apartment nearby that isn't tiny, dirty or in a crappy area. The Palms on Scottsdale are nice, in a gated community to boot.
College Senior 2010-08-07T05:15:48Z
Light Rail Is the Best Option – Arizona State University has an awesome alternate transportation system. It is open to the public, but it serves the students at ASU very well. It drops the students off at two different locations of the school. The cost of the pass is only fourty dollars per semester, so it is convenient in the money aspect as well.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-06T05:49:49Z
I truly feel accepted. Sexual orientation is not a problem. All ethnics are accepted. Both upper class and lower clas econmic status is no problem here.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-06T05:47:38Z
Dining Off Campus Is Great – Smash burger one of my favorite places. Great burgers affordale. Great hangout and friendly staff
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-06T05:46:27Z
Biochemistry Unique – To stay on track is fast paced. Alot of lab work and recitation. Be prepared to put in alot of time, my professors are awesome on a professional and personal level
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-06T05:29:37Z
Variety of academic and liberal arts class choices. I love the mountains and outdoor classes offered. Nearby Tempe Lakes Mall and beautiful scenery. School spirit is great.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-06T05:26:37Z
Overall Great Experience – Busy, Fun energetic. Like the in the city atmosphere. Close to everything you need
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-06T05:19:59Z
Friends Recommendation – i live at home off campusFriends say the original dorms are to old
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-05T01:48:41Z
It's easy going. If u abide by the rules you would enjoy the college life better. Don't fight the system!
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-05T01:47:47Z
Alcohol and underage drinking is definitely a problem. Peer pressure is always present also.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-05T01:46:01Z
Night Life :P – Love the night scene. Love the shuttles that are available for students to go out to clubs!
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-03T04:00:09Z
The parking lots get full and hard to find a spot during peak hours of 12-5, other than that they are pretty accessible and convienent.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-03T03:59:04Z
Being a community college, there isn't much presence of greeks. I myself am a Phi Theta Kappa, and don't believe many people know that I am, or care.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-03T03:57:35Z
Pima Community College Computer Commons – The downtown campus has recently gone under a new rennovation, this including the computer commons. The set up of the computers is very well done and easily accessible. They have added more scanners and number of computers as well. Although the speed of the computers is a bit slower than I would like, they are loaded with the latest software and many helpful programs needed for tutorial and accomplishing assignments. Overall the new computer commons is very benefical.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-02T21:37:16Z
people can assist you for all fields, and all classes
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-02T21:36:29Z
it is more difficult, but capable of being done with time and effort
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-01T15:55:12Z
I don't have a car so i taked the Valley Metro bus everywhere and the light rail everywhere. The bus fair is not that much money, you can buy bus passes.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-01T15:52:19Z
There are alot of clubs and diverisity on campus. There are many clubs that are open to all races/orientation/religious beliefs.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-01T15:49:15Z
The facilities on campus are very clean, everything is pretty much accessible on campus
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-31T00:47:28Z
Lots of Places to Choose from! The off-campus dining experience at ASU Tempe is amazing. They have a wide variety of places you can chow down at that include everything from popular fast food restaurants to a divers variety of ethnic cuisine. It's a great atmosphere and the choices never run dry.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-30T21:55:14Z
This is Arizona. It is hot as usual. Nothing around will really stop classes but professor emergencies. Bring water-no one wants to drink the school tap. Ew.
Let's all hope for rain.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-30T21:51:27Z
Health & Safety:
I am looking forward to going to ASU but have not yet. I am aware that there is security around but lately I have heard something about a mugger that hunts on campus. I went to GCC earlier and was aware that it was not good to leave your stuff lying about.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-30T07:19:28Z
Guys & Girls:
THE HOTTEST – bleach blonde scottsdale girls and just about any other kind of girl you could want. freshman girls aren't looking for relationships.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-30T07:17:54Z
Sucks to suck – I am thankfully greek and enjoy every part of it. It sucks that our fraternity houses are getting knocked down as we speak, but joining a frat is a great way to meet some of the hottest girls at ASU. Even without official houses, many fraternities are renting out full apartment complexes, which is pretty much the same idea of everyone living together and a designated party pad. If you had a lot of friends in high school and want to keep it that way in college, going greek is the best decision
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-30T07:15:00Z
Do the work, get the grade – ASU is as simple as that. If you routinely go to class and don't slack off, you can pass and probably with a decent grade. Definitely read your books and get to know some people in every class and find some that live near you.
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