Arizona State University - Polytechnic Campus
- 4 Year
- MESA, AZ
Arizona State University - Polytechnic Campus Reviews
Rating 3.92 out of 5 245 reviews
Before switching my major to my current one, I attended ASU in Tempe for 1 year. I can say that I prefer the Polytechnic campus 1000% I prefer the quieter, less part driven campus. It is less crowded, and more peaceful. I will say that a negative would be the size of the campus as well as the shaded areas outside where we can work.
My experience here at ASU-Polytechnic is good but it could be better. There are things to do but there could be more. I believe there isn't as much as there is any of the other ASU campuses especially compared to the Tempe campus. What I do like about the campus is majority of the people are nice or keep to themselves if you're more of an introvert. You can participate in clubs, intramural sports teams, go to the gym, pool etc. My main favorite thing here is the close range of classes on the campus especially when living on campus in the dorms.
Its a nice school, the professors are professional, and the campus it4self is lovely. The only issue I really have with the campus is that there is not really anything to do/eat on campus. But a short drive away leads to a few things to do.
All of the teachers are super nice and kind. They work extremely hard to help us be successful. I go to the high school on this campus and I take some college classes on the campus and online. Doing classes in person has been amazing the teacher I have for my English class has been nothing but helpful. The classes are extremely great and useful and very interesting as well.
I like that it's a smaller campus, it makes it easier to know people and to get to class on time. I would like to see a change in student engagement. A lot of the classes I have are straight lectures.
I felt like I got a good education through asu but after COVID a lot of classes went online and it made it easy to breeze through the class instead of show up on campus and actually learn something
A small commuter campus in a nice area in Mesa right next to many shopping centers in Chandler and Gilbert. This campus is geared towards engineering majors and typically attracts older students, international students, and grad students. Parking is tough, and you better be prepared for the 115-degree heat for a good chunk of the year. Overall not a bad place to go to school if you can get in-state tuition and are not looking for the "college experience". If you want to have a good student and social experience look to Tempe or another school and live on campus.
The Polytechnic campus is a fairly small campus, rather walkable but most students utilize some form of transportation from skateboarding to electric scootering. It's a rather pretty campus, but with very little to do outside of class. Has the second best gym out of all the campuses and the pool is NEVER occupied so it's very easy to bring friends and have little pool parties.
I really love the campus and I like how its small where you can connect with professor and students in a diaper leavel.
I first went to the ASU Tempe campus before coming here, and I like Poly a whole lot better. Nice, smaller campus with better academics and less partying. University housing is a NIGHTMARE to acquire, and there isn't much to do in the surrounding area (which admittedly doesn't matter much to me personally), but otherwise I'd definitely say it's worth it (at least, way more than ASU Tempe is).
Arizona state university has been an amazing and welcoming school where i have been able to make new friends and grow towards my future goals in life.
I love the barrett honors college environment. I get a whole lot more resources, and the lounge is very comfortable to work and relax in.
The experience of being able to study and work here at ASU has been amazing as there is so much opportunities that could happen.
I like how the campus gives off a home-like vibe and feels comfortable. Everyone is friendly, respectful, and accepting of others so it's easy to make friends.
As a freshman I can say I have had a pretty good experience so far. The best quality about the Polytechnic campus is that it is small. There much deeper connection in the community and it feels good to be apart of something.
Poly offers a small community where it is easy to find people with common interests. The professors are amazing and willing to help students in all areas. Due to its smaller size poly students have many opportunities to join clubs and organizations that offer not only college experience but foster friendships.
The Poly campus is amazing and has a very small town feel. It has lots of food options and always have an event going on.