Arizona State University Reviews
I can tell you that my community college that I attended beforehand was a better school and had much better instructors. They screw you over financially and charge you a new fee every chance they get and are too greedy to waive fees for services you never use. I highly recommend going elsewhere and have already changed the mind of a couple of my friends who were going to attend here. Don't let them continuously screw you over financially like they have done to me, especially when you have other bills to pay.
It's a pretty school with lots of amenities but the teachers are low quality. I learned most of what I was supposed to be taught by watching MIT lectures online. Why can't all schools have the same caliber of professors as top Ivy League schools? We live in sad times.
College was by far the greatest experience of my entire life
Great School. Always innovating. Lots of ways to get involved in extra activities.
Overall it was great. Went to the Polytechnic campus which was totally engineering and technical people. Nice because since everyone had a similar technical focus we could go farther than if we were surrounded by non-technical people and they understood just a tiny bit better if we described what we were doing. Profs were chill, but professional.
This is a great school with a beautiful campus and got a job straight out of college. I really enjoyed my college experience and definitely have been the best four years of my life ! Only downfall is how expensive it is but apply for every scholarship and they help a lot. Have a great time at the best school in AZ
Overall, my experience was okay. I felt like the professors were there just to earn a paycheck, and weren't really interested in teaching and helping the students. The atmosphere is also very boring and standard. They have excellent facilities, classrooms, technology, etc. However, they lack substance and quality instructors.
It's a great university and department has great courses for graduate student does lack a bit in research funding but one can get research position in a lab if one really works hard.
Arizona State is great in that it offers countless options for studies/majors and minors of all sorts for those who are not certain of what they wish to pursue. You can major in one area like engineering and minor or double major in something completely different like music or foreign language. The only downside is that although there is a wide selection, it felt like certain areas were more shallow and weaker than a school with more specialization towards fewer disciplines.
ASU is overall a good school. It lacks the "old world" prestige that many top-notch professors are looking for, and its size gives it a reputation as poor quality. However, ASU's size and subsequent income gives it the ability to offer a lot of merit scholarships and financial aid, and to offer degrees in new and innovative subjects, like sustainability or public service. Inter-department collaboration is pretty outstanding. As long as you don't mind that the school is run like a business, it's a great place to get a degree.