I love Arkansas State University! There is always so much going on and many diverse people from many different countries. We have campus wide activities and my favorite part is our brand new Red Wolf Gym! My school size is not too big and not too small, but just right at around 14,000 students. Our school has a LOT of pride in our sports. Especially our football team which is currently undefeated in our conference for the school season and is going to the Go Daddy Bowl game in January! I will never forget the many fun memories I have already made with my friends at college, and most of my college professors are really good at teaching and giving students the knowledge they need to know for future careers.
I think ASU is a wonderful school with amazing teachers. I have learned quite a bit since I have been here and I have changed my major over 3 times and learned something with every change.
ASU is just right! It is a medium sized school. There are not too many people, but there are enough the the student population is diverse. You can do anything you are interested in at ASU. There is a degree plan for everyone. There are plenty of people that can help and guide you in the right direction as well. The town of Jonesboro is a good size as well. There are plenty of tasty reasonably priced restaurants and fun things to do. One of the only few gripes I have about ASU and Jonesboro is that things close early. The places to eat on campus close by 8 or 9 pm and most places around town close by 9 or 10. I don't like that people at ASU wear shirts from other colleges. There are a lot of razorback fans. On the plus side, no one will pick on you for wearing merchandise from another college. Except for at the football games. The games are always full of ASU pride.
Arkansas State University has really impressed me. I came to ASU because of two professors in the music department. Now I could never find a reason not to come to ASU. The Music Program's Wind Ensemble is in the top 100 in the country. The Football Games are ballin' (no pun intended). And through my fraternity i have over one hundred new adopted brothers. I love campus life at ASU. I am growing so much in my field and I really feel like I made the best college choice possible by coming here
Growing up in Jonesboro, I have always been to the football games, basketball games, fraternity parties, and other well known stuff about ASU. Going there gave me the opportunity of seeing what a great place is to get a college education.
The best thing about ASU to me is all of the extracurricular activities, from Greek Life, to the Neuroscience Club, I can build a package that will look great when applying to graduate schools. If I could change one thing, it would be for ASU to recruit more nationally instead of internationally. Jonesboro, where ASU is located, has the average amount of stuff to do, with a mall, a movie theater, and more than enough restaurants. The faculty at ASU are mostly leaders in there field. The school has a lot of support for their athletic teams, everyone goes out to the football games. My favorite experiences at ASU are all connected to joining the Sorority of Delta Zeta and the lifelong sisterhood connections that I have made through it. At ASU, there are a few locally grown close minded people but they usually don't last long due to academics. For the most part ASU is made up of great people. and a great place for learning.
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