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.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T20:49:09Z
Guys & Girls:
Sorority/Frat Kids, but There Are a Variety! There are a lot of "sorority/frat" kids, but there is clearly a variety considering the number of students on campus! Everyone likes to wear shorts, and girls are especially short in the summer - but that's the Arizona heat!
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T20:46:13Z
Nice Campus - but Obviously HOT – I really enjoy Tempe, and the campus where ASU is located. However, the city is clearly HOT in the summer, which causes bike transportation to be difficult. There are always plenty of events to attend in the Phoenix area - there's something for everyone!
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T20:44:48Z
Depends on Your Degree – I love ASU - but I have found my niche in Environmental Engineering. I know some of my basic, mandatory classes were not very engaging or informative. However, if one strives to find their place, they will have a great experience.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T18:49:35Z
I feel like the school isn't really strict on us. It all depends on the individuals. those who are the most disciplined and strict on themselves tend to succeed and do all the better. Those who slack and don't put forth the effort don't get the benefit and success which they might if they had more standards for themselves.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T18:37:42Z
In terms of illegal drugs, it's not a huge problem. The school isn't over run with drugs by any means. There are constantly parties going on, however, which means that alcohol is easy for anyone of any age to get.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T18:35:33Z
Football Is King – ASU football is huge. Every game, whether it be at home or away, is celebrated with parties everywhere. The stadiums are constantly filled with people at home games, as are every parking lot near the stadium.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T18:32:26Z
Apartments Are Everywhere – There are apartments all around ASU. Within ten minutes from campus in any direction, you are bound to pass three-five apartment complexes. Most of them offer housing that could be affordable to the common student budget.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T02:47:06Z
i think every dorm or apartment around campus is a huge party. you cant go a day without seeing a party SOMEWHERE
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-28T02:46:07Z
only a few buildings that are ASU owned. after about 3 block radius it is full of transients
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-27T21:35:14Z
Just Hot – The weather doesn't really affect me in any way. It's hot most of the year except between October-February. It can get annoying to walk to classes in the heat, but everything at the downtown campus is closeby so I don't really have a problem with it.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-27T21:32:35Z
"It's Quiet Hour!!!" – ASU is actually very strict. The administrators aren't dumb, they are very well aware that underage drinking happens very often. They have all campus' swarming with police all the time. Also, every floor has a CA and they can be very strict, mostly about quiet hours. People get written up a lot for stupid things like being too loud or running in the halls. In some ways, it still feels like high school with all the rules.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-27T21:27:32Z
Toxic Food – Arizona State University (Downtown Campus) has decent food. But most of the time it looks reused from previous meals. For example, for lunch they served meat loaf and used the leftover meat from earlier to make meat for tacos for dinner. It was gross. This doesn't happen everyday, but when it does it's gross. Also there isn't much of variety of food to eat. It's all fattening and unhealthy. I do not enjoy the food there.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-25T04:17:28Z
ther are always computers and printers available whether its the lab in thedorm hALLS OR THE VARIOUS LIBRARIES ON CAMPUS.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-24T06:17:18Z
ASU's Tempe campus comprises of many fantastic and entertaining facilities. The student union (MU) is the most widely popular place of gathering. The union is composed of many restaurants offering to please anyone's preference. Along with restaurants it has many other services to offer such as a barber shop, formal apparel shops, and a convenience mart just to name a few. In conclusion it is not surprising that this hot spot it always heavily populated.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-23T02:14:57Z
First College – I can say it ASU wants to be known for a diverse university.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-23T02:13:38Z
The nightlife around Arizona State is very alive. They are many clubs for 18 years old, but of course there are more for 21 or older. ASU also have many clubs at night that keep students entertain.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-23T02:12:09Z
A Lot of Options – There are restaurants not only on campus, but anywhere near campus. If people walked to left or right for a couple minutes there are many restaurants to choose from. Even though they are fast food restaurants, there are a lot of options!
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-23T01:32:37Z
Not Good – Parking is soooo expensive and worth paying the amount to get a close spot
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-23T01:30:24Z
Very Diverse – I see all kinds of different ethnic backgrounds walking campus and in class
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