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ASU is a great place to go to school

May 14 2004Political Science
ASU is a great place to go to school. First, you are in Downtown Tempe, which is a great place. There is so much to do, from clubs and bars, to great places to eat or relax. Phoenix is a wonderful and dynamic city as a whole - just stay out of Mesa. The school has great architecture (although some buildings, the Social Science Building, needs to be torn down and rebuilt).

The night life is great! You are never bored on a Saturday night. Students are friendly and fun, proffs are quite good as well. Some are a pain to get a hold of, others live for their students. It's not the most difficult coreswork, but still challenging.

This is a great school, esp. if you are from out of state. You can't beat the weather, the Phoenix area, the social life. And by the way, 110F isn't that bad! It sure beats the humidity of my home town.

1st Year Male -- Class 2006
Surrounding City: A+, Individual Value: C+

ASU is a place to go if you

Jan 07 2004Psychology
ASU is a place to go if you are looking for a good time...serious students need not apply. I came from a Catholic high school and the transition was not an easy one. You are known only by your social security number and nothing more. If you are an architecture or industrial design major, this is a great school. Otherwise the student body is made up of wealthy, spoiled kids who do not take their education seriously. The city is great and there is always something to do, other than actual school work that is. I had fun, but it just wasn't for me. If you prefer partying, tanning and shopping to actual studying as your college experience than this is the place for you!
1st Year Female -- Class 2006
Surrounding City: A, Individual Value: F

Being a nice mid-western girl I experienced some

Jul 05 2004Unknown
Being a nice mid-western girl I experienced some culture shock at ASU. To be honest, I pretty much hated it. I like to drink and party as much as anyone else, but the company here sucks. The girls all have fake boobs and blonde hair and eat about 500 calories a day unless they throw it up, and you'd think out of 50,000 guys, there would be some hotties, unfortunately the hot girl to hot guy ratio is in the realm of 100/1. It's true there are nice people here, but you have to look. People will not be rude to your face, but that's because most of them are too stupid. They're definitely fake nice. Oh and don't bother with science or math, you'll get stuck with either a person who doesn't speak english or a grad student who doesn't know much. A final comment is that if you're into sports and want a school with tradition, then DON'T COME HERE!!! No one does anything in relation to athletics, homecoming, clubs. And the greek system sucks, they don't even get to live in houses, most of the frats have been kicked off campus. Also be prepared to have a professor that has no idea who you are, the class sizes can be up to 500...even at best you'll get 150 and they still won't know who you are.
1st Year Female -- Class 2007
University Resource Use: A-, Innovation: F
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