|Students who got into ASU say:|
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| | I did well in high school and got serious about what I wanted to become in life. I recommend seriousness and sincereness, with regards to your life's education. Only then will you experience all the joys of a HBCU.
ASU, because of its HBCU background and what it was founded for, does not have very stringent admissions standards, and scholarships are available for people who may not meet the traditional requirements for receipt. Therefore, it is fairly easy to get into the school. However, be advised that just because its easy to get in doesn't mean it will be easy to stay in, and be prepared to work on the same level that you would on any other college campus!
| Business - Management and Administration|
| Jul 10 2008 | Study hard and stop believing that because it is not Ivy League that you won't get a job. I command a high salary and had a job a month before graduation.
Be blessed. ASU is a part of the puzzle; learning takes place daily through our work with others.
just take the act and the sat. talk to other people who may have went here. family friends, etc. what i did is did my research on the internet and i also talked with people who i went to high school with and may have graduated before me.
| Communications|| Jan 26 2006 |