Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix

411 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ
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5 months ago
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Majors offered at Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix

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Academics at Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix

1080-1270
SAT Score Range
400
1600
Required with application
20-26
ACT Score Range
1
36
Required with application
Student Faculty Ratio
14 to 1
Selectivity
Least Selective (81% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Public 4-year institution

Demographics for Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix Students

Ethnicity BreakdownAsianBlackCaucasianHispanicMiddle EasternNative AmericanPacific Islander
Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix Students9%16%50%34%2%5%1%
All Bold.org College Students12%22%36%25%2%2%1%
Gender breakdown
Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix Students
22%
76%
Male
Female
< 2% Gender nonconforming
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Student reviews of Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix

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3.7

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Recommended by

100% of students

Known for

Close to activities in a city
Accessible and helpful professors
Awesome study spaces and libraries
Diverse and Inclusive
Helpful career services

3.0

WHAT I LIKED

This program is done along with the Phoenix college program which helps a lot with the cost of the program.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Claire Caulfield
Reading
Science
Video Editing and Production
Music Production

3.0

WHAT I LIKED

The professors at the Cronkite School are amazing. The opportunities for hands-on learning are numerous and if you work hard, the Cronkite School will open endless doors for you.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

The campus life is rough. The downtown campus dorms aren't set up for socializing. Most students either go to the main campus for all their socializing or have cars and spend a lot of time off-campus. The majors at the downtown campus don't really mix so if you don't make friends within your major then you'll have to go to Tempe.

Alexis Santillan
Drawing And Illustration
Reading
Baking
Tennis + 7 others

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

It is a good school and a good campus. The teachers really care about what they are teaching and they are always offering to help. There are many resources available to students ranging from counseling services, tutoring, office hours with professors and I.A, and health services. The campus is large with lots of places to eat. However, it is crowded with traffic and homeless people.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

The campus is a very open place where anyone can walk around, however, they cannot get into the buildings unless they are students.

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

Teachers are very understanding as long as you make an effort to do well in classes

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Commuting students can have a hard time finding parking

ariauni hilliard
Music
Reading
Painting and Studio Art
Shopping And Thrifting

3.0

WHAT I LIKED

It is definitely a good school. It is a great school and you get some great experiences going here, like speaker events or little 'festivals'. You are close to the Suns stadium so you can go see some pretty cool games and there are a bunch of little restaurants and shops around.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

If you are looking to do PR here or anything to do with communications, I would say to look at some other options first because they do prioritize the journalism part of the journalism and mass comms major. I went into this major thinking that they would allow me to do stuff based on PR and mass comms as soon as I got here but I learned that I can't do any of that stuff until my junior or senior year and there are only a few things available when it comes to that topic. Also, housing is a pain in the butt sometimes and it seems like there is almost never any housing available.

Danielle Fisher
Tutoring
Reading
Singing
Hiking And Backpacking

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I like how easy it was to communicate with the professors and I felt my interests in my career field fit perfectly with the academics. It can be a little busy on this campus but it was a great experience since it is near the law school and law offices. The students are nice and do participate in the class. Students can even take some classes in Tempe or online and still be on the Downtown Phoenix campus. The schedules are flexible and the professors are very helpful with the concepts and material.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I did not like the commute and how much I had to drive. This led to more fuel costs and parking costs. Traffic was difficult and I had to make sure I left my house extra early so I could make it to class on time.

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