Describes the student body as: Afraid, Arrogant, Closeminded
Describes the faculty as: Friendly, Unhelpful
Intelligence Quite Bright
Lowest Rating Faculty Accessibility
Highest Rating Campus Aesthetics/Beauty
He cares more about Surrounding City than the average student.
Major: Chemistry (This Major's Salary over time) ASU although a large and financially successful university, lacks fundamental criterion to fufill the students needs. For one thing, most opportunities available to the students at this school concerning extracurricular activities are an aggregate of sports clubs, and half formated student based groups that only benefit the leaders of that particular group. The internships so to speak are reserved for the international and Barretts honors students which leaves the scraps for the mass populus. Every opportunity is spread out over a large area with about 100 people competing for a spot of 5. Even if you find an opportunity that does not require a GPA over 3.75 you still have to be acclamated/involved with the Federal Work Study program. Overall ASU is a great school for getting a degree, but terrible for transferring students from the University to the workforce. My GPA is 3.4 so to speak so that explains that. Prepare to be stuck looking for a job when you get out.
I agree with the sentiments, but the spelling here is atrocious.
The last sentence is absolutely true - I did two graduate programs at ASU - Business and Engineering - straight A's in the 1st, and couldn't land ONE SINGLE JOB after either one. I am SO SO SO SORRY that I wasted my life dealing with this sh*thole.
I'm sorry I came to ASU also. Anyone can make good grades here.
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