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4 out of 5
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Degree: Finance
Graduation Year: 2017

Arizona State University (ASU) is home for everyone irrespective of where you come from. The school has qualified professors who are always ready to help you achieve your goal. One thing I found exceptional throughout my journey at ASU is that most of the professors go on an extra mile to ensure that students are satisfied with the help they need. The academic advisers, on the other hand, will help you with the type of class you need to take each semester so that you will not the behind your major map.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2016

Arizona State University was one of the first universities to change the world and make college more accessible for students that would not have been able to attend college otherwise. It provided state residents a competitively affordable tuition with top-notch professors. The large campus is always busy with students hustling between classes, research labs, and work. ASU has a competitive research program that ranks highest in the nation. The university has really changed their status and risen to the top ranks in best colleges in the U,S, by opening their arms to welcome all students based on their merit and what they can offer. The Sun Devil community is full of opportunities and dedicated to giving back to their communities. That's why I will always be a proud Sun Devil!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Exercise Science
Graduation Year: 2011

This school is famous for making degrees that have no weight in real life. You learn a bunch of theory that you can't apply in real life and the job market is reserved for those who can attain a clinical licensure, which you can't do with this degree. I ended up not being able to compete with people who had associate degrees in nursing, medical lab science, or people who had certificates as medical assistants or medical coding. How do you explain that? I can't say the professors were bad, but it's unfortunate that they were teaching curriculum fo a degree that was worthless for attaining employment and expensive. Today, many of the people I graduated with are working in other professions that have nothing to do with healthcare. Stay away from fluff degrees such as this one. ASU doesn't care about having programs that actually equal professional employment. Do you your job as a student and check to make sure the degree your are seeking is in demand and will pay good money once you graduate. Most degree programs at this school are outdated and garbage. Let's not forget that they are expensive for a state school.

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5 out of 5
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Degree: Electrical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2017

The time that I have spent here at Arizona State University has been more than great. The faculty and students that I have had the opportunity to meet and collaborate with all had the same goal of improving our education in the area of Electrical Engineering. I have had some great professors who were always available( either in person or via email) to discuss coursework as well as out of class questions. The campus itself is sized fairly well with a great atmosphere and great future plans for improvement. It is part of a growing Tempe and it will be really great to see how far the school grows in terms of structures as well as student diversity and faculty expertise.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Physical and Biological Anthropology
Graduation Year: 2017

ASU's Anthropology program has some of the greatest minds in the field today working as faculty. You have the opportunity to study with and work for a diverse group of Anthropologists, Linguists, Paleoanthropologists, Archaeologists, and Global Health researchers and instructors. The campus is massive and there is rarely a dull moment in Tempe. The campus can feel quite homogenous at times, but the quality of the education is top notch.

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Degree: Materials Science
Graduation Year: 2017

ASU is a college full of many incredible opportunities. These opportunities, however, are not freely given or, at times, advertised. So, to be very involved and successful at ASU, students need to take the initiative and put in additional work. While this may seem intimidating, it provides so many incredible opportunities later in life and is definitely worth the effort.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Graduation Year: 2015

Arizona State University is a very well-rounded university, it recently has won many awards including #1 in innovation. I feel ASU has provided me with an excellent education thanks to the professional faculty. There is an astounding amount of research opportunity which prepares you professionally and academically for any field post-graduation. As an alumni, ASU has kept in touch and continuously invites me to networking opportunities, so as you can see this school truly cares about its students and alumni.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Computer and Information Sciences, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

This school is underrated, it offers immense opportunities and networks due do it being such a large university. Anyone who is considering attending ASU can succeed and thrive if they simply take advantage of the vast opportunities that are offered to each student.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2016

I am proud to be Sun Devil. During my four years of undergrad I received a lot support from faculty, staff and students, found great opportunities (working on campus, studying abroad, research opportunities and internships), felt a lot of spirit within my community, safety on and surrounding campus, and had many different options when it came to how and where I could learn. I was honored to receive the opportunity to continue my studies at the number one school in innovation to work towards a masters degree in counseling. I will return to Arizona State University this fall and already I've received emails that are helping me feel welcomed and assured that I can succeed in my graduate program. They encourage me and show me how to get involved with other students in my program, they break down what is expected of me and what routes I can take to receive my degree and they continue to give me different resources to motivate and help me find success. As an incoming freshman 5 years ago I was lucky to have all of those resources and more because I left home thinking I would feel nervous, confused, young and alone. I thrived at ASU and due to the immense support, opportunities and resources offered to me, I graduated with honors for my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with minors in Sociology and African-American studies.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Social Work
Graduation Year: 2016

My experience at Arizona State University was better than I expected. I completed my bachelor's degree in social work which was located in the downtown campus. I loved that the classes were smaller and I could really get to know my classmates and instructors. I felt that ASU was always making sure we had everything we needed by giving us a call or emailing us. I felt that ASU really wanted us to succeed.

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