Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


The most frustrating thing at my school, while there is not many things, is probably the fact that there are so many unnecessary fees.


The most frustrating thing about my school is the online system. While it's convenient that we have links to all of our classes available to us, the system often crashes, preventing us from accessing assignments, study resources, or even transportation schedules.


I don't really have anything that frustrates me about my school. I enjoy the work I do and look forward to learning more. It ties right in with what I would like to do as a career and I feel it will help me out a lot in my future. The Cronkite School is also highly regarded among journalism and mass communication schools in the nation. It is an honor to be a part of it.


The most frustrating thing about the ASU Downtown Phoenix Campus is the way in which the education department has misrepresented itself. There are poor accomodations for education majors-- there are next to no classes offered that are specifically required for education majors. This is the case while ASU failed to disclose their preexisting budget crisis to enrolling students. The possibility of decreased class availibilty and the possibility of the only education advisor being relocated to Tempe weren't mentioned. This has been frustrating because, I feel ASU falsely advertised the Downtown Campus as having a fully functioning downtown education department.


Arizona State University at Downtown Phoenix is one of the many campuses ASU has. It's also not the main campus therefore there aren't that many selective choices for classes. I have to commute to the Tempe campus for my other classes.


I find that four separate campuses is the single most frustrating aspect of Arizona State University. Each campus has its own designated majors, so the option of living and taking classes on a campus other than the one that encompasses your realm of study is out of the question. In other words, if a student disliked the community he or she lived in, but wished to continue studying his major, he or she wouldn't be guaranteed 100 percent satisfaction in their overall school experience. The situation works the same in reversed order.


With 55,000 students its sometimes hard to get real personal advising help.


I absolutely love going to the Downtown Campus! Great people. Great classes. Activities! If I had to pick one thing, I guess I would have to say that all parking is metered.


The most frustrating thing about my school is how expensive the tuition is, but every school has that same problem.


The most frustrating thing about my school is that they do not allow free parking, you must buy a pass for the semester, which costs an arm and a leg to get, and if that is not an option, there is meter parking. But with meter parking, there are high chances of getting parking tickets or having the car be stolen, not to mention the money being put in, especially now that they raised the cost of parking next to a meter.