Arizona State University in Downtown Phoenix is one campus in the four-member ASU system. Students prepare for careers in law, public service, media, government, and health care. Because of the location of the campus in Arizona’s capital city, it is in the center of a transit network hub so students have public transportation access to other ASU campuses around Arizona. The university is home to the Civic Space Park, the ASU Art Museum Project Space, and the six-story Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
ASU's Downtown campus feels more like a group of business buildings than a college town. I personally prefer this over the layout of most other universities. It is near several different types of public transportation (ASU's inter-campus shuttle, metro bus stops, and the light rail).
Rebecca from Glendale, AZ
It is busy environment. It has a helpful faculty and strong resources. The people are polite.