College Sophomore 2012-11-11T03:42:28Z
There are several different computer commons on campus with an adequate number of computers available as well as helpful staff.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-08T16:02:48Z
I was an education major at ASU and the program provided us with great opportunities for learning. Through our program we worked at different schools with internships which helped us learn so much more about what our career was going to be like. I was placed for my student teaching in what I had asked for and had a great experience. In my circumstances we were not paid but after my student teaching I had many job opportunities. I was able to start subbing right away, got a job teaching summer school, and then got offered a contract job right after. Overall I had a great experience and would hope that others do as well.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-08T15:59:51Z
There is a TON of off campus housing around ASU but you really have to be careful about where you chose to live. There are places that are super close to campus but charge way to much for what kind of living they are giving you. Sometimes it's better to live a little further away for a better place to live and just take the light rail or Orbit to school instead and have a nicer place to live.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-08T15:47:49Z
Guys & Girls:
You will find all different types of people at ASU...my only thing is how un-classy some of the students have become. Girls walk around with body parts hanging out of their clothing that not everyone necessarily wants to see. Other than that, it's great to see all the different cultures and religious groups that are on the campus. The diversity is probably the best thing I can say about the students at ASU. It's nice how there are different clubs, sports, sororities etc for every interest, religion, and gender.
College Senior 2012-11-07T20:48:04Z
I am a transfer student and I have had good teachers and bad teachers just like any other campus. I just have a problem with the school on how when the whole class is having trouble with a teacher they do nothing about it. They are low on teachers for my major and they give us graduate students who don't care to teach us and then we are wasting paying lots of money for no education.
College Senior 2012-11-07T20:46:24Z
Tempe is by far one of the best cities to live in if you are a college student. If we had a good greek system here I think ASU would be by far the top place to go to. With great academics and atmosphere nothing beats ASU.
College Senior 2012-11-07T20:45:07Z
I go to Arizona State University Polytechnic campus and the food there is just terrible. No selection at all and in the foods they have it is just so bad. They have a decent place for sandwich's and a decent hot dog joint, but other than that the place has the worst food ever. Tempe has a lot of better options.
College Senior 2012-11-07T18:55:05Z
There are a lot of international students here, a lot more than what I expected. IT's hard to say though because there are so many people from in-state. There are a lot of people that share their religion and other beliefs on campus.
College Senior 2012-11-07T18:52:24Z
I don't use the dining areas very often but when I do I enjoy that there are places like Taco Bell and Subway. I like the options available.
College Sophomore 2012-11-07T05:23:58Z
The labs and simulators here are amazing. Arizona has a great resource of things that you can use.
College Sophomore 2012-11-07T05:21:57Z
People are always trying to help you no matter what subject it is. If you need help there is always someone there to help you.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T16:52:20Z
Drugs are pretty much all done behind the scenes so there not noticeable unless your with the people who do them.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T10:25:12Z
Something is always happening on campus, very sociable and late nights
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T10:19:47Z
Health & Safety:
Tempe can get pretty bad at night even on campus, lots of thefts.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T08:21:53Z
If you like parties, then ASU is the place for you. Everyone drinks, even if they are underage. Mill Avenue is nothing but trashy bar and nightclubs and there is lots of smking and drugs. The campus police tend to be lazy and there is not a lot of law enforcement on campus. ASU is absolutely a party school.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T08:16:46Z
Traffic is always terrible, especially when there is an event. The lightrail can also be very sketchy all day and it's slow. There are also a lot of homeless people that like to hang around the parking lots at night. If you plan to park far away on campus or take the bus or lightrail, bring pepper spray!
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T08:14:04Z
Lots of computers are available on campus and at the library. However the network can be a little slow or even not work at times. But, no more than what is to be expected. The classroom computer labs tend to be very slow logging in.
College Sophomore 2012-11-06T08:06:15Z
I would not recommend Arizona State to anyone. The people are rude and the school tends to care more about sports and fraternities than they do academics. While some of the professors that I have had are wonderful, others are just downright lazy. There is no diversity at all and there are far too many bars and clubs around campus.The campus is overly crowded and messy. Some of the faculty here are not at all helpful and just don't want to be bothered.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-06T07:53:38Z
Many of my friends have gotten internships, but I have not. It is something that you should look into early in your college career since many opportunities get taken very quickly due to a high volume of students. Having an internship always looks great on a resume.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-06T07:50:46Z
The only problems I encountered were with certain Psychology advisors at ASU. Some were very rude and unhelpful while others were very kind and helpful. Choose Cody, he was the best one I've met!
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-06T07:47:08Z
I love ASU. The main campus is huge, is very diverse, and provides a great deal of opportunity in many areas for students.
College Senior 2012-11-05T03:25:05Z
very good, especially if cost a concern, one can get a very good apartment for a pretty decent cost.
College Senior 2012-11-05T03:22:01Z
My particular major is very famous all round the world, excellent faculty, and many more courses to choose from.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-04T18:49:51Z
Coming from a different state university for my undergraduate degree, I was very unimpressed by the local atmosphere at ASU. They definitely have the typical college bar scene, but the downfall of ASU is the way the campus is spread out. There are major roads and a lot of local traffic driving through campus at all times. It is really difficult to get the "college feel" while on campus due to the city of Tempe. There are many professionals, families and students intermixed in the city and that really takes away from the atmosphere. The classes can be spread out over sections of campus and although there is the positive addition of the lightrail that serves the campus, it also services the downtown Phoenix area and many business professionals and families also take over this mode of transportation. ASU has great programs, but the placement of campus makes me grade the atmosphere so low. If you found a program you love, then stick to it and lie on campus, but if you're debating, you should really take a tour of campus during rush hour and see how much you really like it.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-04T18:41:51Z
Diversity at Arizona State is pretty average. While there are multiple opportunities for students of different racial background to attend, the vast majority of students are white and come from a middle-class background. In my program of study, there is only one person who comes from a minority group as a single working-mother with low socioeconomic status. There is a wide variety of clubs and activities specifically aimed towards minority groups, but not enough to be a selling point of the campus.
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