College Senior 2013-08-11T23:25:29Z
My program at school is okay you learn mostly about the history of design and marketing. I would enjoy it more if the program had more than one year of studio that way students can be more familiar with designing hands on.
College Senior 2013-08-11T23:20:06Z
My major Design Studies allows you to study a specific aspect of design from architecture, interior and graphic design and more. The workload is not very heavy since most of the classes taken are lecture classes
College Senior 2013-08-11T23:16:50Z
The professors are very educated and care about their students being successful
College Senior 2013-08-11T23:15:06Z
Guys & Girls:
There are all sorts of guy and girls from different parts of the country and globe.
College Senior 2013-08-11T22:50:00Z
Filing the correct documents for financial aid was pretty easy and simple, but receiving enough financial is hard, sometimes they will not give you enough aid to cover cost of attendance, which is way some students go and ask for a loan amount increase. To in order to get financial aid fill out the fafsa and send it to your school from there the education department will determine your financial need. Make sure to fill the fafsa out early so you can get a response early then go from there
College Senior 2013-08-11T19:17:52Z
Health & Safety:
safety escort system takes people to the library at night!
College Senior 2013-08-11T19:17:07Z
cops are always looking for MICs, but RA's and dorm life is pretty flexible
College Senior 2013-08-11T19:16:23Z
largest student body in the country, diversity is definitely welcomed and encouraged, faculty also diverse!
College Junior 2013-08-11T19:01:44Z
I am just now starting at ASU after completing my AS degree at a community college so I dont have many experiences on campus. However from the people I met they staff seems very knowledgeable and knows what they are doing.
College Junior 2013-08-08T22:15:42Z
There is a large selection of things to do. The weather helps to promote this year round. If you are under 21 though, your options are severely limited.
College Junior 2013-08-08T22:12:54Z
Bus systems and light rail are convenient. The walking/bike traffic is not too bad. It's the summer months and heat that makes it difficult.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:29:14Z
I love that I feel safe in the city. Living downtown can be extremely scary, but the dorm has a great security team, along with ASU police and city police continuously patrolling downtown and the dorms.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:27:46Z
The campus at ASU is very nice and easy to find your way around.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:27:29Z
Transportation is easy, convenient and cheap! The intercampus shuttles are a life saver and they're free! The light rail is also a great way to travel in the city as well.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:27:08Z
The financial aid process has a few glitches and it is hard to know what scholarships and information is available. But overall the process has gone very smoothly once you contact the right person.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:26:04Z
Although it's not terrible, I realized there were unfortunate side effects at the conclusion of my freshman year. I gained a few pounds because of the lack of healthy options in the dining hall. But I've made a commitment to myself to steer away from the fro yo machine!
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:25:17Z
Very satisfied with the academics and preparation for my degree and job opportunities.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:24:37Z
One word describes student involvement at ASU: PHENOMENAL! Everywhere you go and whomever you talk to, it's hard not to hear, "Fork 'em!" School pride and tradition are clearly presented at a student's first visit to the school at orientation. I truly bleed maroon and gold! Go Devils!
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:23:51Z
The area that ASU is in is great for jobs, athletics, churches.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:22:55Z
I am attending ASU because it is local and they offer the undergraduate degree that I need to continue on to my masters in the health care industry.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T20:22:22Z
Aside from the move from free printing this past year, the network speed, reliability and computer lab access is widely available and easy to use. A personal computer is necessary, and it is much easier to carry around with me.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T00:15:23Z
There is a lot to do in the local area around Arizona State University. Being in Tempe (if you are on the main campus), there are always great restaurants and bars if you are ever in the mood. Mill Avenue is a popular district for college students, and, even if that is not your cup of tea (or coffee!), there are always a lot of excellent restaurants and other places in the vicinity.
My only complaint is there is not much of a diversity in terms of restaurants, clubs, shopping districts, et cetera, as seen in other cities, and the transport, which has got better over the years, still seems really limited in reaching other areas of Tempe and the greater Phoenix area.
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T00:11:36Z
There are a lot of places to eat on and off campus, and there is always some new place I am hearing about and wanting to try but I never get around to doing! There are great Asian eateries, hole in the wall places (such as great pizza and burgers!) and great Mexican fare in the local area, so I definitely recommend the food here!
College Sophomore 2013-08-08T00:07:34Z
There is a lot to do on campus in terms of activities, green spaces, restaurants and sports. Clubs are quite popular at the university, and there is a great choice of on and off campus dining for students that I find really convenient. Sports at Arizona State University are almost second to none!, and it is really fun to catch a game then and now because it is great to be part of such a dynamic and spirited crowd.
Overall, if you do come during the summer months, remember to wear sunscreen and stay in the shade because it can get DEADLY hot!
College Sophomore 2013-08-07T23:59:24Z
Arizona State University seems to have a real laid back attitude in regard to activities, classes, life and sports. Of course, this can be taken negatively, as well as positively, but I think the university does a great job in professing a sense of success in students. I find tuition to be a lot cheaper than in other, more competitive universities (on both the East and West coasts), and I find classes to be more student oriented in terms of challenge and pace.
Then again, professors can be good or bad depending on their teaching style, and, seeing I have had a fair share of both, I find understanding the curriculum more important than anything else. Nonetheless, a bad professor can make all the difference to the latter, and I have had to retake classes because of this--statistics being one of them.
Overall, it is a great university for university life and sports in general, but it can have its downsides as well. If you are looking for Harvard or MIT, you are not going to get it here, but if you are looking for a laid back university with a moderate degree of competitiveness and overall satisfaction, look no further!
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