College Junior 2013-06-11T20:29:33Z
Guys & Girls:
ASU is such a large University, that you have an abundant amount of girls around you at all times, minus the remote campuses. The girls around here are definitely more than attractive, but given it is such a large school, there are a variety of different types. You have the partiers, artists, geeky, etc. ASU has an overall rounded male and female population, the only thing they need to improve on is girls at remote campuses.
College Junior 2013-06-11T20:25:52Z
I have only been to this university for one year after transferring from a private school. Although the private school was much more expensive, they were much more helpful finding you money to go to school. ASU dishes out a lot of scholarships, but if you do not receive one, they almost expect you to pay it all out of pocket. I wish there was an appeal process to help you get more from scholarships at ASU.
College Sophomore 2013-06-11T00:00:25Z
I have spent time at two of the other universities in AZ and ASU seems to be about the same if not better overall. Having so many students, there is no shortage of people who can help you with anything and everything. The facilities are most well-kept and the campus is very pretty despite its more urban environment.
College Sophomore 2013-06-10T23:52:31Z
While I don't take full advantage of everything that's offered, as an engineering student there is tons of resources to use. The engineering school has it's own tutoring center for topics including physics, math, engineering classes, and several others. There are weekly newsletters announcing new scholarship and internship opportunities and countless other ways for the students to make the most of their academics.
College Sophomore 2013-06-10T23:49:42Z
The campus definitely has more of an urban feel to it than the other Arizona universities, but it seems to still have a nice college feel to it. There are some buildings that need to be updated and maintained, but overall the school does a great job making sure that the classroom and laboratory spaces themselves are up to date and don't fall too far behind
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-10T17:45:19Z
Varsity sports at Arizona State University play an important roll toward students at campus. Any kind of sports at school help student achieve their dreams or it helps students visualize how important it might be in their lifes by contributing to young kids play and follow good steps. Personal opinion, Soccer is one of the most diverse sports around the world and it helps people see the passion toward that sport and how much people enjoy watching it or playing it. People can say the same thing about other sports.
College Junior 2013-06-09T18:48:15Z
The sun shines about 300 days per year. Winter is nice and there is no snow!
College Senior 2013-06-09T07:02:07Z
It was really simply because I transferred from a community college. Everything was online.
College Senior 2013-06-09T07:01:16Z
I have learned a lot. I learned basics of management, accounting, finance, and entrepreneurship.
College Senior 2013-06-09T07:00:19Z
In the smaller classes the professors pay attention to you more, but the bigger class you have to work to get your teacher to know you. Registration is done all online and is really simple to use.
College Senior 2013-06-09T06:58:47Z
To Major in Business at ASU. You get the help of advisors, career coaches, internships, and jobs. They really try to help you out!
College Senior 2013-06-09T06:57:08Z
I had an internship through ASU and it paid pretty good but there was little to no hours. I learned a lot but I wish I could be there more.
College Senior 2013-06-09T06:55:48Z
As a Business Major I believe that ASU actually cares for their students. I do think they have a lot to improve with their professors but other than that I love it.
College Junior 2013-06-08T03:12:44Z
Its a blast. The TEM program combines rigorous training with extremely knowledgeable faculty along side a student support net like no other! I love ASU and Ive never even seen the campus. But I heard the campus is lovely too!
College Sophomore 2013-06-07T02:44:32Z
ASU offers shuttles to get to various locations in Phoenix as well as the additional campuses. The light rail is horrible and taxis are pretty expensive. Your best bet is getting your own car.
College Sophomore 2013-06-07T02:34:25Z
Parking passes for the year are a definitely not cheap, but they are a lot better than having to get a parking pass in a major city. Also, ASU has tons of parking garages located all over campus so there are always open spaces.
College Sophomore 2013-06-07T02:32:53Z
Due to it's size there is not a very strong sense of community. People stick to their own groups and don't make much of an effort to venture out. There are a lot of R.A planned student events, but not many people participate.
College Sophomore 2013-06-07T02:21:24Z
Despite it's notorious reputation as a party school, ASU has a great faculty who are very knowledgable in their specific fields. If you make use of the resources, you'll be able to get a great education for a phenomenal price. However, because the school is so large, you have to actively seek those resources out.
College Senior 2013-06-06T20:31:05Z
The parking is a nightmare. It is overpriced, inconvenient after school hours, and isn't understanding towards students who don;t own a parking pass and need to park. The only reason parking doesn't deserve an F is because there are multiple parking garages.
College Senior 2013-06-06T20:28:36Z
Printing is not free and only available through a minimum online payment of 10$. The computers are available at many places; however, the internet is slow sometimes. Just average
College Senior 2013-06-06T20:26:29Z
The greek life on campus is very well organized, executed and incorporated into ASU life. They contribute to almost all ASU philanthropic events, have a strict risk management policy, and strive to shatter stereotypes. The reason the grade is a low A is because of some fraternities' illegal actions and the perception of non-Greek students. Most hear about the few tragic events, hear one Greek student be "stereotypical" and then pass judgements on how Greek life is conducted.
College Senior 2013-06-06T20:20:28Z
The drug is somewhat big at ASU, but there is a strong policy enforcement. There is no leniency when it comes to the law, in addition to a lack of peer pressure. There are so many students that there is no "bandwagon" effect.
College Senior 2013-06-06T20:17:48Z
Apartments, condos and Houses are readily available around campus; however, the price is highly inflated. If a student wants to live a biking distance away, then the price expectation is just as costly as living on-campus. A student has to sacrifice price or distance, but it is still worth living off campus than on campus.
College Junior 2013-06-04T22:43:40Z
The academics at ASU have many varieties that can involve anyone. The registration process is well done and easily done.
College Junior 2013-06-04T22:41:33Z
There are always something going on around ASU. It is located within college town. If students said that they had nothing to do, they simply have not stepped outside.
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