Arizona State University - Polytechnic Campus Reviews
I love that the campus is small because this means my classes are small. The people are very nice and century hall (freshmen dorms) are very clean and up to date.
I love the Polytechnic campus because at a large university this campus makes you feel much more included and involved in your learning. Class sizes are small, which makes it easier to make friends and join clubs. The dorms are close to classes, the dining hall, student union, and the gym. But you are not limited to only the poly campus; there are free shuttles that can take you to and from other campuses which can make student life more interesting.
I love ASU because of how small the campus is and the amazing professor I have. It's a great campus that has lots of options, and a great fitness facility. As a high school student on campus, my school gets access to the SDFC gym and fields for sports after school. The staff is always friendly and accomodating, and the fields always in prisitine shape. Having access to the ASU facilities has allowed me to grow not just as an athlete, but as a student too. I am taking a college course right now as a senior in high school and my professor is simply incredible. He is accomodating and teaches everything in a way that makes it easier to understand. The campus is very clean and everyone is friendly.
I think the Polytechnic campus's biggest strength is its size. A lot of people could feel lost when they first arrive at college but here at poly if feels more like a really big high school. When I am commuting to class and walking about campus I see a lot of the same faces and have even had classes overlap with multiple people. Poly really does pride itself as feeling like a community rather than a school
I am attending this program as a online student. However, they are very well structured and easy to access for online students. Professors are very nice so far. So it has been excellent so far in my opinion.
Education wise, the polytechnic campus was very good; socially not so well creating a unbalanced lifestyle.
I am currently in my second year at the campus and I intend to finish my bachelor's degree here. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a quiet place to live, but still have access to a large campus.
Everyone on campus, from teachers to the students in the bookstore are very helpful. They all want you to succeed and will help anyway they can.
Being at ASU Polytechnic campus has been one of the greatest experiences I have had. I am an engineering major and this campus has given me the ability to truly feel like an engineer. Professors are constantly teaching me more and giving me the tools to become a better engineer. The campus is also decent in size- nor too big or too small. There is a great sense of safety and comfort on the campus and makes college an enjoyable experience!
I love the classes that I have taken so far and am enjoying the facilities provided for students. I have honestly found my attendance at ASU to be the best time of my life and being on my way to a successful career feels like the cherry on top. There are a wide variety of options to pass the time and I find the students and staff I have met on campus to be all around good people.
I transfered to this college from Las Vegas University, that was a small college for sure - however this one is horrendously small. There are hardly any students and the students that are there are way to involved in their work - which is great don't get me wrong! However, sometimes you just want a friend, not someone to talk business with.
Polytechnic campus is a purely STEM campus unlike the Tempe campus. It boasts great academics, courses, and professors who've had experience in industry. This is great, one thing that isn't so good about campus life is lacking. It isn't a traditional campus style of living and the party life is not what you'd expect, although college is more for the knowledge and experience. It's just a fact those are the only aspects lacking really. The campus itself has a variety of resources for projects such as 3D printers, laser engravers, CNC machines, mechanic shops, and engineering workshops. A great campus to learn engineering but not a great campus for clubs, traditional campus life, and partying. Luckily, Tempe is just a quick shuttle ride away to sate one's appetite for clubs.
Great campus for STEM programs, small class sizes and extremely helpful professors. Lots of housing options on campus but still a small campus.
The Polytech campus is wonderful. I enjoy seeing wildlife in between classes and it makes me feel like I'm somewhere other than school. The teachers are great, and its actually kinda nice having the same teacher for multiple topics sometimes. I wish I could say nice things about ASU's financial aid, but there's nothing. They are constantly changing how you have to do things and they don't care to help you at all. "Sorry, that's just how it is".
I really like how there was a wide variety of clubs to join. At my other college there weren’t many at all and coming to ASU allowed me to join one of my favorite clubs Chi Alpha. The one thing I would like to see change is housing, when I got there the house they assigned me had someone living in it already.
Small classes, every professor is very approachable, all education buildings are Lead certified Silver or better.
I love that the Polytechnic Campus is smaller in size as compared to the main ASU hub in Tempe. Even though I love the city, I'm used to living in a small town. I received my Associate's degree from the Yavapai College campus of Cottonwood, AZ. This campus is small just like the ASU Polytechnic campus. I like being able to walk around this specific ASU campus without becoming claustrophobic by thousands of other students living their campus lives.