Arizona State University - West Campus
- 4 Year
- GLENDALE, AZ
Arizona State University - West Campus Reviews
Rating 4 out of 5 281 reviews
ASU west campus is a small but comforting place where the staff and students are nice and welcoming. It’s not easy to get lost in this place and it’s easy to make friends. It loses one star for not being the best at sharing certain important information. Overall, it’s a pretty nice place.
Arizona State University is a great school. Advisors are always there to help which takes a lot of stress off of my shoulders. The courses are also very easy to navigate. So far, I have not found anything negative about this school.
Its so cool and great. I literally fell in love with the school when i first saw it. Also its number 1 for innovation
The West campus is really nice, but it is very small. The student life is very limited and the campus is very quiet.
ASU is a great school. I transferred into ASU from another university, UC Davis. So far I am definitely liking ASU much better. I feel like the coursework is more geared toward finding a career after you get your degree than at Davis, the cost is also far more reasonable and the program overall seems better.
I like this campus. It's not so huge that someone could easily get lost, but there's still a bit here. I particularly like the little sprinkles of nature I find here and there on the campus. It also always seems so clean. Though I don't live on campus, from what I can tell, there's plenty for a student to do. There's a gym, a library, a game area, restaurants, and a bunch of other places to just hang out whether inside or outside.
It's honestly been a bit rough, but none of the classes I've taken have had problems adapting to online learning. The professors have done their best to get us interacting via Zoom, and most of them record their lectures for the students too.
Arizona State University in general has one of the largest online learning platforms. Offering you different start times to try and fit your life style, along with many different undergraduate and graduate programs. And if you aren’t needing a diploma so much as a certificate for a job, Arizona State University - Online has that for you too. Still getting the feeling of classroom learning with pre-recorded lectures, live zoom meetings, and professors and assistants constantly emailing for your assistance.
Wanting a small campus feel with the advantages of a huge state school? Arizona State University - West Campus is a definite place to look. With only 2 forms on the entire campus you get the feeling of home away from home. Being one of the newest campus for Arizona State, freshman dorms are suite style. Giving one a true understanding of moving out and into your own place. Professors know you by name, giving you a connection you wouldn’t feel on the main campus. With Arizona State - West Campus, you don’t get the feeling of a university taking your money and being lost in the mix. You truly get the sense of family.
They worked hard to change their curriculum, professors are flexible and forgiving with al the new stress.
Very nice campus. Very little people around, feels more like a community college campus rather than a university campus. Professors are great and experience is worth having
Learning experience was made enjoyable due to there being an already sizable online degree presence before 2020. Professors were accommodating to any circumstance and the material was perfect for an online setting.
Since the pandemic, my college experience has been affected by not visiting campus, and having online courses makes it difficult for one to interact with others and make new friends.
It has been a struggle for everyone but ASU has done their best to make it as simple as possible for both their students and professors.
The west campus has been greet by having the ability to find everything so easily and the way you can easily meet new people and make friends. While networking is an important part for school, ASU can improve on the education factor. While it’s only been a few times, there are many teachers/courses that have been bad because of the lack of education in the course. It is heavily book based and doesn’t require the professor to do much which is aggravating to a visual learner. All in all, still is a great school and can be even better if they fix this small sample.
It is my first year at Arizona State University and I am business major. The experience has been great. I never got the chance to go into the campus. I was able to learn about different programs they offer to help students. Such as tutoring center.
The online experience is great. The professors are extremely helpful. The were able to educate students and also provide resources to students.