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Degree: Human Development, Family Studies, and Related Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

Having an online school has helped me to accomplish graduation from college. Not sure if I would have been able to if online college was not an option for me. It helped me to work and be a mom. Arizona State has many options for anyone to attend college and succeed in their life and career.

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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2019

Arizona State University was an amazing and very welcoming university. I was able to gain a vast knowledge of sciences and worked with many brilliant and talented professionals. While this university has the record of being the biggest university in the country, I was able to receive quality one on one time with professors at any appropriate time that worked with that professor. ASU had been a great experience that I will forever remember and cherish!

3 out of 5
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Degree: Communications (Speech & Rhetorical Studies)
Graduation Year: 2010

I had a pretty good experience at Arizona State University. Educational environment - I attended ASU's West campus and the campus was very easy to navigate and logically laid out. The library was big and had lots of space for study time and group work also. Professors - the quality of the professors at ASU during my time was the biggest struggle I had with the school. I had one teacher who was "associate" level professor, and be bragged about his degrees coming from Mexico and not being "real degrees". He was awful. I had another woman professor who barely every showed up to class. Workload - The workload for my classes was generally very light and manageable. Other majors I'm sure are not so fortunate.

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Degree: Communications (Speech & Rhetorical Studies)
Graduation Year: 2010

I had a pretty good experience at Arizona State University. Educational environment - I attended ASU's West campus and the campus was very easy to navigate and logically laid out. The library was big and had lots of space for study time and group work also. Professors - the quality of the professors at ASU during my time was the biggest struggle I had with the school. I had one teacher who was "associate" level professor, and be bragged about his degrees coming from Mexico and not being "real degrees". He was awful. I had another woman professor who barely every showed up to class. Workload - The workload for my classes was generally very light and manageable. Other majors I'm sure are not so fortunate.

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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2018

At age 19, I took advantage of Starbucks' partnership with Arizona State University in which my Bachelor's degree would be payed for by working in a coffee shop for twenty hours a week. It was an incredible deal! I adored my job and flourished at Arizona State. After graduating high school, I completed one year at a traditional state school, and did poorly. I had a 2.6 GPA and risked losing my spot in my program. However, ASU changed everything for me. Immediately upon beginning my courses, my GPA skyrocketed and I felt fulfilled with what I was learning. With my classes being online, I was able to pace myself and learn on my own, not space out in class and be distracted with other classmates as I had at my previous school. Even better, my professors were worth their weight. I could tell they genuinely cared about what they were teaching (except for maybe one philosophy professor). Several professors were even nationally recognized and boasted impressive awards and contributed greatly to their fields, for which I felt privileged to be their student. By graduation, I was finishing six months ahead of time, had a 3.72 GPA, and was accepted into Golden Key International Honor Society. I could speak positively about my experience at ASU for hours, and that just shows how much love and respect I have for my Alma Mater.

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2019

I think W.P. Carey School of Business provides an amazing curriculum when it comes to some of their programs. W.P. Carey I believe gives you the knowledge needed in order to succeed in your career, preparing you for a brighter future. With their diverse background, W.P. Carey offers you an insight into different countries allowing you the ability to engage and interact with people from such a diverse background which I think is the best part about being part of the W.P. Carey family.

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Degree: English Language and Literature, General
Graduation Year: 2019

Arizona State is a wonderful school with many highly-ranked departments and programs. It is a large school with multiple campuses, which means it has an incredibly large amount of resources and opportunities, not to mention clubs, student organizations, student government, the honors college, etc. Undergraduates are able to participate in world-class research alongside professors, work on projects with NASA, write for a number of literary magazines and so many other things. I was able to graduate with 2 majors, a minor and 2 certificates. Additionally, the school provides a large alumni base, which allows for resources and job opportunities while you are still in school and after you graduate--ASU alum are everywhere!

4 out of 5
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Degree: English Language and Literature, General
Graduation Year: 2019

Arizona State is a wonderful school with many highly-ranked departments and programs. It is a large school with multiple campuses, which means it has an incredibly large amount of resources and opportunities, not to mention clubs, student organizations, student government, the honors college, etc. Undergraduates are able to participate in world-class research alongside professors, work on projects with NASA, write for a number of literary magazines and so many other things. I was able to graduate with 2 majors, a minor and 2 certificates. Additionally, the school provides a large alumni base, which allows for resources and job opportunities while you are still in school and after you graduate--ASU alum are everywhere!

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Degree: Social Work
Graduation Year: 2019

I overall have had the most amazing experience in my Undergraduate Bachelor's Degree in Social Work at Arizona State. The teachers within the program are extremely experienced, as well as happy to help. This was extremely encouraging as a freshman student beginning to study the social work field. I have now decided to go back and pursue my master's degree in Social Work as well, because of the way that the programs are run and handled. I definitely recommend this school.

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Degree: Elementary Education
Graduation Year: 2016

I loved ASU! The classes and professors were great, kind, and very helpful. The student teaching experience was amazing! ASU has wonderful mentor teachers and I love how you can graduate in 4 years with a teaching credential, which is not possible in California.

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