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| My advisor, Carrie Coe, told me the coursework for the Graphic Design program was going to be quite difficult and time consuming. Well, she definitely got one of those right. They give you a lot of time consuming work - BUSY WORK! and don't allow gifted art minds to think outside of the box. One major downfall of the ASU Herberger program is they demand you have a 3.8GPA by the time you finish your freshman semester. If you don't have a 3.8 you are forced to choose another major. WHO THE HELL HAS TIME OR MONEY TO TAKE 1 MORE YEAR OF COURSES! Of course, you can transfer credits in but you still have to take the full four years to complete a Graphic Design major. Oh, and the classes start 1x a year, there is no Spring enrollment for Graphic Design courses. The Graphic Design program is in it's infancy stage and most of the kids I'll be graduating with, myself included, will end up with $60k worth of debt while we work to pay it off with odd jobs. |
|Aug 03 2011|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2014 |
| After going to ASU for one year, All I can say is stay away unless you are from the surrounding area. This school is awful. I was a communication student and this department was downright sad. The equipment is dated, the computers were old with Adobe CS3 (and if you attempted to use the lab with CS4, forget about it. The software WILL crash) and the professor were there only to get the paycheck.|
I lived in both Massie Hall and Centennial Village. While CV was brand new I had no complaints, massie was downright disgusting. If you do decide to go here Centennial or Texan halls are a must.
The student body consists of small town "hicks" that are not friendly at all. This was High School all over again! Please save yourself some money and go to a Community College. Don't get sucks into their excellent advertising.Oh and San Angelo is a horrible small town. Nothing to do but drink or do drugs.
|Apr 30 2011|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2013 |
| I came here because of the scholarship opportunity and relatively low cost. How ironic that it ended up being the biggest pain in the ass to pay for. This school caters to the dumbasses. If you're intelligent, they pretty much don't want you here. |
This school sucks at financial management. They spend so much money of athletic facilities as if everyone wanted to go to a gym every day. The Financial Aide Department will HOLD BACK MONEY for selfish reasons, probably because they only want the dumbasses to be well funded. If you get a GPA above their tiny Dean's List requirement (3.25) then GTFO.
Professors are the only thing nice about this school, they are willing to help. They know what they are talking about because most of them got degrees at actual universities (UT/ATM).
Student body here is so messed up. You have some absolute gifts of god here, then you have some gifts from the devil. Drugs are readily accessible on campus, just go find the closest dumb person.
School food isn't too bad.
University President himself has said that the school needs to be selective, which for the love of god IT NEEDS TO BE MORE SELECTIVE.
Dorms here are TERRIBLE. You get put with people you have NOTHING in COMMON with. They put first year students in dual occupancy rooms so they can "connect". Horseshit, my first guy was some dumbass who got rejected by every other school. He stole a half empty jug of laundry detergent while I was gone instead of more valuable headphones. What the hell?Basically, this school is an advanced community college. If you are serious about your degree and don't want to cheat your future boss, then find a different school. I can't stand this place and am expecting to have another crap financial package. Thus I'll be leaving this school, going to a CC for rest of my cores, then going into a different University. (UT system, I choose you!)
|Jan 30 2011|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2014 |