lot of negativity here from (younger) folks not realizing what
they're seeing happens at all schools.
ASU's student body is
reflective of the nations youth, and as a result, takes
some of the good and some of the bad. If
you come to ASU looking for parties & STD riddled
women, you'll find it in spades. If you come looking
for a solid education at a very good price, you'll
find that too.
I was in the business college and
found that my upper division classes were challenging, but I
had the support of my peers & teachers. I came
out a much better person and businessman because of the
hard work I did, and sometimes being forced to find
the answers on my own. That's how it is in
the 'real world' too.
The campus is beautiful & VERY
technologically up to date. The surrounding areas are also very
nice to live & ASU has without doubt, the BEST
looking women in the world. Many of them are also
the type you want to bring home to meet Mom.
My only warnings are this -
isn't fantastic. The campus is HUGE so you'll likely have
to walk 5-10 min from your car - fortunately the
weather is always pretty great (albeit hot).
2. Not a
HUGE amount of social/extracurricular activities knock on YOUR door. You
have to seek them out - but they are there
for you once you do. The students are very welcoming
- come out of your shell!
Lastly, academically I'd consider
myself top 10% of my HS class & about top
20% at ASU. I had no problems finishing in 4
years (with a random summer class or 2) and landed
a great job. I am about 5 years out now
& doing quite well for myself. ASU was no small
part of that.
Overall, like any school, its not perfect
- but its a great place and I'd do it
all over again.