College Senior 2013-04-16T08:03:05Z
Some places are very interesting: lots of international food to try out! I have tried Ethiopian, Vietnamese, Thai, and Brazilian food near-by campus. The prices are not too high either. High quality places are closer to Mill Avenue and Scottsdale.
College Senior 2013-04-16T08:00:48Z
Some places can be way too expensive (like the former Vue). You can be paying way too much for the quality that is received. The staff tends to be uncooperative and unfriendly. The places are close to campus, however. The leasing agreements are strict and keep you locked into the apartment.
College Sophomore 2013-04-16T06:22:04Z
Sometimes parking on campus is a pain. If you dont have a permit then they would first warn you to not park there and the second time they would give you a citation. The parking meters should have a longer time to park there or just not have them at all since its a pain. Visitors should be able to park anywhere and anytime. It sucks to have a vistor visiting and they would get a ticket just for parking at the wong place or for too long.
College Sophomore 2013-04-16T06:10:14Z
On mills there would be a lot of clubs that are mostly 21+. During the weekends that whole street would be packed with people waiting outside the club just to wait to get in. There would also be cabs which is good so whoever needs a ride after a drinkig there would be rides. The police would be out with their hourses or bikes just incase if an accident occured.
College Junior 2013-04-14T23:51:05Z
I lived in Hassy so I loved it, it was very clean and HUGE for two girls. Everyone on the floors love each other and many students go out with their entire dorm floors for the first couple weeks. It's also the most expensive option but for hot water that never fails and a bathroom only shared with 3 other people, totally worth it. PV East and West, Best, Hayden, and Sonora are all crappy. They're farther away from actual campus (i.e. the classes, gym, MU, SRC), the wifi and hot water constantly go out, you have community bathrooms, and the foods more eh. But those are the more cost efficient options so it's a toss up.
College Junior 2013-04-14T23:43:01Z
Mill Avenue is amazing if you're 21+, but don't try to go there with a fake I.D. or an idea that if you have huge tits you'll get in for free. Generally costs are low and the bars&clubs are bumping, but you have to be of age. The frat parties are great but we don't have a frat row and the police tend to find the parties within 2-3 hours. Thankfully there's multiple every Thursday, Friday and Saturday so you can always party hop, if you're a girl. Cabs aren't outrageous, plus there are pledges at disposal if you're close with the fraternity members.
College Junior 2013-04-14T23:39:52Z
Classes are more difficult than you would expect. The university is trying to change it's image not only from a party school, but also from an "easy" school. There are some great professors but there are also professors that are full of themselves or have accents so thick you can't understand a word they're saying. We're still on semesters which I'm a fan of and it makes registration a lot more bearable since you only have to deal with the system and the guidance counselors twice a year.
College Senior 2013-04-14T20:47:02Z
The weather is always sunny its Arizona. It can be unbearable when it reaches 100 degrees but they even offer online classes if you live on campus. Hello staying in pajamas all day and still at college.
College Senior 2013-04-14T20:43:56Z
There are many diversities at ASU. The student staff alone shows diversity. I don't feel there are any race or ethnic issues. There are four different campuses not including students who are online.
College Senior 2013-04-14T20:41:24Z
Health & Safety:
There is an actual police station on the tempe campus. I only take online classes but I still get daily updates regarding my safety. This is fantastic. I don't feel unsafe. I like that they take into consideration all students. I also see when I have to go on campus security is everywhere.
College Junior 2013-04-14T19:39:47Z
Pleased overall. Classes are hard but interesting. Suspect harder than average.
College Junior 2013-04-14T19:38:18Z
Generally hot, but we are in Phoenix. Misters throughout, good shade.
College Junior 2013-04-14T19:36:31Z
Am only in my first semester. Have really enjoyed my classes and professors thus far. All willing to go the extra mile to teach and explain. I do think that more is required of students in traditional freshman classes. Definitely some busy work in most classes. Overall a great school, am proud to be a student here
College Junior 2013-04-14T19:32:10Z
Health & Safety:
I generally feel very safe on campus. Have not ran into any issues at all. Have not needed held from campus security,but have noticed them out and about. Have left stuff around without fear of theft. No problems walking at night. Well lit. Lots of foot traffic
College Student 2013-04-14T19:10:01Z
Extremely expensive unless you want to ride the bus (from free parking)
College Student 2013-04-14T19:05:07Z
Pretty hot most of the time, however the whether in spring is terrific.
College Sophomore 2013-04-14T16:45:17Z
Guys & Girls:
The variety of guys and girls at ASU is massive. Most of the guys are athletic, but the other ones are pretty hipster. The men are totally attractive, and usually very smart! The girls are beautiful! The majority of the school is physically in shape. Its a pretty attractive school. I'm a bio major and the people that share the same major with me are very good looking, contrary to popular belief!
College Sophomore 2013-04-14T16:39:42Z
ASU has the lightrail, that will go from Mesa to Phoenix and makes stops at and around ASU, so that's helpful. There is a bud called "Flash" that drives students around campus, and a shuttle that drives students to a from each of the campuses, and since there are 4 its really helpful for people who have class on multiple campuses.
College Sophomore 2013-04-14T16:33:57Z
Health & Safety:
There are a lot of bikers that don't pay much attention, and many times they crash into people. They're not supposed to bike in the crowd but security never stops them (I've actually never seen the security.) There is quite a lot of theft as well. Laptops and bikes are stolen frequently. Other than that, the school is safe. The only complaints are that some of the people don't comply to rules.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-14T01:39:19Z
Health & Safety:
I feel the environment at ASU is very safe. Campus police and city of Tempe police are very visible. I have never felt unsafe and haven't heard negative feedback from friends.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-14T01:34:08Z
Drugs are available in any university but I don't think there is a sever problem at ASU
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-14T01:28:37Z
There are several apartments, condos, and housing near campus with reasonable pricing.
College Senior 2013-04-11T21:16:57Z
Football is decent. Basketball is decent. Baseball is excellent. Softball is good. Soccer is good for both men and women. Wrestling is a bit below par.
College Senior 2013-04-11T21:11:35Z
The Hassyampa and Barett dorms are very nice, new and good quality. The Best, Irish, McClintock, Palo Verde, both East and West, and San Pablo dorms are somewhat older and decent in terms of condition however they are somewhat below par.
College Senior 2013-04-11T21:09:43Z
The school is strict in terms of keeping students within the law, however the moral code of conduct is relaxed.
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