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Climate The City of Tempe, Arizona offers more than days a year of sunshine to its residents and visitors, and annual rainfall amounts to approximately 7. Arizona being a desert has a hot climate with hot days and pleasant nights. May to September is the hottest months of the year, with some rainfall in the months of August, September and October.

The heat is dry with very little humidity. The winters in Tempe are mild. The nights are chilly. Clothing The clothing tends to be as casual as possible. As it is pretty hot throughout the year it is advisable to get summer clothing more than winter ones.

Washing is done normally every 2 weeks it would be a good idea to get sufficient number of socks and under garments. As for footwear sneakers, sports shoes and sandals are the most used commodities.

Formal shoes or footwear to go with formals are also recommended, for interviews and seminars. To go with traditional wear, anything that is suitable can be brought. For winters it's a good idea to get some woolen clothes, but don't burden yourself with a lots of them, a sweater or two and a jacket would serve the purpose. All the apartment complexes have swimming pools so if you are interested you can get your swimming gear.

Guys It would be highly convenient to get T-shirts and shorts, as people wear them to the school as well. A few pair of jeans would do a lot good. For formal clothes a few pair of trousers and good shirts would do, though there won't be many occasions to wear them. For presentations and interviews formals are needed so it's a great idea to come prepared. As washing is done normally every 2 weeks it would be a good idea to get sufficient number of socks and under garments. For a few occasions like the Diwali function and other Indian gatherings you could bring Kurta-Payjama or any other traditional dress that you might find appropriate.

For shoes mostly sneakers, sports shoes and sandals are worn. Leather shoes for formal occasions, and some kind of footwear to go with the traditional dress are recommended. For winters it is recommended to grab a jacket and a sweater. Girls The attire for girls is not much different from the guys.

T-shirts, jeans and shorts are recommended. For formals, shirts and trousers or skirt would do. Girls do wear Salwaar-Kameez to the college but not very often; it's a personal choice, but for Indian gatherings girls may want to get Salwaar-Kameez or Saree. You are recommended not to bring heavy sarees or salwaar-kameez because you won't get any occasion to wear them. Some of the events like the Diwali or the Garba do call for wearing such stuff so if you wish you might get one.

Having one set of formal wear is advisable, for interviews.


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Living expenses too high. Since there are no sophomore dorms, everyone has to get houses or apartments by their second year. Most kids end up having to work more. If they don't, and their parents support them, they're usually broke. Since this isn't a small college town, everything is regularly priced - food, gas, rent, etc. The new president at ASU it doing everyting wrong. He claims that the current idea of a university just doesn't work for ASU.

The west side of Phoenix is around 45 minutes away. His plans for parking are even worse. He is creating very little additional parking on campus, and wants to move more parking off-campus and make ASU into a commuter campus. The result is going to be an even more fragmented university than what we already have. Ultimately it may have the feel of a community college - drive to campus, go to class, then go home.

No social scene whatsoever, no activity other than class. I'm saying this as a guy, not only from the experience I have had but what the girls tell me. The girls constantly complain that there are very few hot guys here. Honestly I havne't look enough at that so I couldn't tell you whether that's true. I can say for a fact that ASU has a ton of cheesy, toolshed guys who came here because they heard it was cool. This school is full of wieners who can't treat women right and like to stand out on their porches at 4: If you're a guy reading this who is NOT a tool, you can do well here.

Just meet as many girls as you can, see where they hang out, and stay one step ahead of the cheesy guys here. The trick is to go out earlier, find the right places just follow the girls call it a night at about 2 don't even be that guy who is out on his porch at 4am , never offer to buy girls drinks at bars, and basically just live at a higher level than the rest of these clowns, and you'll be in like flynn.

Right next to Phoenix. This affords ASU students many additional opportunities while they are in school and gives them access to everyone a major city offers. While this can be good from one perspective, it totally destroys the whole "college town" idea, and results in a highly fragmented student community. We're at over 55, This can be good or bad, but I personally like the idea of a huge school where there are always new people to meet. Tons of hot girls. As long as you stay away from the sub-par sorority bimbos here, you are sure to find classy girls.

The only separation is by suites did I mention only two rooms share a bathroom? No community bathrooms at ASU. Some of the nicer dorms even have their own bathrooms as well as their own living rooms and kitchens. Things get wild here. And I don't mean people hooking up with people on their floor - that would be lame. The great part is instead of meeting dudes and only having them to roll with when you go out, you will know tons of girls as well, and get to meet all of their hot friends.

Living on the same floor with tons of hotties has so many benefits. And since the dorms are co-ed, there are no hours. If you want to sleep over at a girls dorm or vice versa, there's no problem. While this may sound bad or unsafe, a lot less happens than you think. With tons of guys on the floor already, things stay a lot safer, the girls have some kind of protection.

The other great thing is afterparties and people hanging out in the dorms after going out - no more sausage fests late at night - there will be tons of girls there because they live right next to you. If you're interested in business, this is a great public university to go to. It is very highly rated and has had many positive reviews. The classes are challenging and there is also a very good MBA program. Overall, when considering ASU you need to decide what you are looking for in a University.

If you're another douchebag who wasn't cool in high school and read that ASU is a "party school" with "hot girls" - do us all a favor and look elsewhere. Responses Hey there, I'm an international student consdering ASU and after reading your review I gotta say it give me a lot more insights on what life's gonna be like there. I still got some questions though I hope you can help me out with. Which dorm do you recommend? I'm looking for a single room, and of course, looking forward to see the prettier girls on campus: P I heard a lot of horror stories about Manzanita though 14 floors of whores???

Is it true that even international students get caught up with the partying? Sounds fun, kinda… if its true as I'm an international student and I know 1st hand that most of us are just not very social. As long as its not too much that is. Do you happen to know if engineering and architecture school are any good?

Also what about the workload? I used to go to WSU and they give tons of them, I like challenges but not in quantity. Also, do you think ASU is gonna be a good place for a forreigner like me? I'm pretty serious about studying but like to party just like everyone else, so parties and pretty girls are a big plus. I hope this is the right choice.

Yeah I'm that shallow lol. Thanks for your help. Come on people, grow up! There are 20K to 60K students at most public universities. If you cannot find a group in which you fit, you might want to look in the mirror.

In , Arizona seems like an exciting prospect for the young married couple headed West. Mary Anderson-Rowland — who had her doctorate in mathematical statistics from the University of Iowa — recalled being shocked on their first visit to ASU after driving to the campus on Southern Avenue, a gravel road at the time. The university had positions for both Anderson-Rowland and her husband, Bruce Anderson, in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Engineering.

Fulton Schools of Engineering — described a man who tried to shame her for having two jobs in her family where there were some men with no jobs. She also spent 11 years as an assistant dean of student affairs and spent time advocating for the inclusion of women and minorities at an administrative level.

Today, the ASU veteran is the principal investigator of a grant program working with community colleges to produce more engineers. She feels that these students are the next disadvantaged group when it comes to inclusion in engineering. She describes a student, the first in his family to attend college of any kind, who was dissuaded by counselors to even try. He graduated with a degree in electrical engineering and is on a fellowship in graduate school at the University of Iowa.

The same year Anderson-Rowland arrived in the Valley, so did Retha Warnicke with her husband, a lawyer, and their son. She joined the history department that year, later taking a short break to return to Harvard to complete her doctorate before returning to ASU in There were concerns that she might not be serious about wanting the job because she had a husband employed as a lawyer. I have a PhD from Harvard! The English department had some women, nursing and some specialized departments, but political science, history in particular, had never employed any women.

Warnicke worked hard to keep her personal life independent from her work life. Warnicke took off only one week of school and was back in time for finals preparation, returning to a standing ovation from her students. During her 50 years at ASU, Warnicke has advocated for diversity on the staff and aimed to see more historians from minority backgrounds included in the department.

She continues to teach, including two courses in the upcoming fall semester on her specialized subjects — English history and the Tudor monarchy.

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - The Arizona State University Police Department is looking for the young man who they say assaulted a young woman in her dorm room. 'Legally Blonde' musical comes to ASU Gammage. September 17, Discoveries ASU scientists explore carbon’s next frontier with Keck Foundation funding Tempe campus School of Molecular Sciences School of Earth and Space Exploration College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. When I was old enough to take a tour of the Tempe campus I completely fell in love and my mind was made up. ASU is located in the most beautiful place to live .