Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix Top Questions

Describe your favorite campus traditions.


My school known for its social solutions.


My school is known for partying and the professors treat you like you are stupid.


Nice campus size, in the heart of downtown, pre-health, journalism, exercise and wellness programs, nutrition, and criminal justice majors.


My school is best known for being very well respected and expensive!


My school is best known for its high level of education and is also sometimes known for being a party school.


Arizona State University has the reputation of a party school.


The Downtown Campus is best known for its close connections with the community. Our campus is integrated into the community and we have a good relationship with places around the area. There are many connections that ASU downtown has with the hospitals and there are great opportunites for getting involved.


Most people know ASU as a party school but ASU is also well known as a top-tier business school.


The Downtown Campus at Arizona State is best known for its small size, and intense nursing program. Being a new campus, the classrooms are well organized and more personal being that there are less students downtown. The campus is also very clean and the buildings are architecturally advanced. The campus is quieter than the main campus in Tempe, but that may be because of the number of focused students around. You are likely to either find a very balanced nursing student or a very artsy journalism student downtown.


My particular school is known for its amazing nursing program. It is also recognized because it is the Cronkite School of Journalism.


W.P. Carey School of Business and the Walter Cronkite School of Jornalism


ASU is known for its excellent journalism, business and nursing programs; the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism is ranked in the top three in the country. It is also known for having the best honors college in the nation, the Barrett Honors College. ASU is also known for being one of the largest schools in the country, having four different campuses and nearly 70,000 students.


Partying. Which is interesting, because I have never been to a college party, that doesn't reflect my experience here at all.