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The school does not care for their studentsBrightComputer Engineering
The school does not care for their students AT ALL. Outside of a select few people, the faculty (from the professors to the advisors) are not interested in helping students. The advisors are wrong constantly and will extend your schooling by messing up your major map. The school will change professors, leaving you stuck with unqualified professors who do not begin to understand the concepts well enough to teach it. The majority of classes are regurgitation based, and the professors will provide countless busy work to keep students swimming in work. The university also does not care about bad professors, leaving students with professors who are arrogant, condescending, unqualified, or all of the above.
4th Year Male -- Class 1920
Campus Aesthetics: B+, Education Quality: F
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This school is just money hungry.Not so bright
This school is just money hungry. The department that it is run by are just horrible and mean. Why would anyone be part of a school that does not care for their student's well being. It is outrageous and sad to see that staff member do not care.I used to love ASU now I cannot wait to graduate from this dump. They probably treat the teachers terribly too. No lack of compassion and the services are horrible. STAY AWAY
1st Year Female -- Class 1924
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ASU has become a for profit pretending toQuite BrightOther
ASU has become a for profit pretending to be a not for profit. Tuition is set just high enough to pay for it by maxing out your student loans. Refund policies are challenging and it's impossible to get a straight answer on anything from the financial aid department. Also they go on a semester system but divide it into 2 giving each class 7.5 weeks. That's okay for some classes, but in many such as statistics and calculus as well as computer programming, you will be expected to put in 30 hours per week of work. The major problem with this is that this program is marketed towards working adults, yet you are expected to put in 60 hours per week of studying. If you find that the work load was not what you could handle, you must drop your class within the first week or still be responsible for paying the full tuition.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: A-, Education Quality: F
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