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Arizona State University Reviews of Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering

8 Reviews

Locations:   Tempe (AZ)  (and 4 others)

Annual Tuition: $29,438

67% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering

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Reviewed: 9/14/2022

Degree: Mechanical Engineering

This was the email I sent describing my situation, trying to request a partial refund. The school lost my transfer credits and was not helpful at all. And they did not refund me a damn thing! 09/10/2022 To whom it may concern, I am writing to let you know that I have had a horrible experience here at ASU. I took college classes in person at Stark State College here in Ohio from 2005 to 2009 and obtained 2 associates degrees in Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Design Engineering. About 3 or... Read More


Reviewed: 12/1/2021

Degree: Mechanical Engineering

There is a reason ASU rated Playboy's top party school for so many years. I transfered from Glendale Community College, AZ. My tuition went up 200% and the level of educational experience dropped through the floor. I took several programming courses and the only computers in the classrooms were on the professor's desk. When looking for supplemental study material for my mechanics of materials, I found the PowerPoint slides and lesson plans on another school's website from a course that had been retired... Read More


Reviewed: 1/10/2019

Degree: Mechanical Engineering

Arizona State University is a great university to pursue and engineering degree, especially in the field of mechanical or aerospace. I enjoyed the quality of professors who genuinely enjoyed their curriculum and interacting with students. The size of the program provides excellent opportunities to develop strong research-based relationships with faculty, that make for excellent work experience.

Skyler Anselmo

Reviewed: 7/5/2017

Degree: Mechanical Engineering

Arizona State University has become not only the institution that I know and love, it has become a safe-haven of respectable, knowledge-seeking individuals that represent the future of our generation. This institution has provided me the education to feel confident in my major and actually feel excited about entering the real world. I have found that ASU is a very large and diverse institution, however, with the vast size of ASU (80,000+ students), I find that anywhere I go, i feel a connection to... Read More

ASU Grad

Reviewed: 4/22/2017

Degree: Mechanical Engineering

ASU is not the place to go if you are looking for an academically rigorous college experience. Professors routinely passed students on who had in reality failed the class by introducing a massive curve, since they are forbidden to fail more than a certain percentage of students. In reality, the students didn't even know the basic competencies of the class. That created a vicious cycle, because then those losers are in your class next semester (which builds on the class they should have failed but... Read More

Ken Greason

Reviewed: 9/19/2016

Degree: Mechanical Engineering

Arizona State University is the largest university in the country with over 80,000 enrolled in classes on their multiple campuses in Phoenix Area. It is nationally ranked in a variety of categories and was U.S. News' #1 most innovative school of 2016. Not an Ivy school. Being such a large school ASU has huge numbers of resources dedicated to helping it's students go farther and achieve. As an engineering student I saw first hand the time, effort, and money ASU devoted to building labs, acquiring... Read More

Jacob Vehonsky

Reviewed: 8/22/2016

Degree: Mechanical Engineering

Arizona State University has embarked on a complete revamping of their image over the past 10 years or so. The once perennial top 10 party school of the USA is now a formidable competitor to private schools with household names such as Stanford, Harvard, MIT, etc. in the fight to enroll the most gifted minds for the future. ASU is now a notably recognized research institution with affordable tuition rates because of its public standing. It has been rated as the number one school for innovation by... Read More

Don't Attend

Reviewed: 4/19/2015

Degree: Mechanical Engineering

Do not attend ASU. Its highly expensive. Most people attend this school for the parties. Let me tell you, there are hardly any parties my friend. The few parties you can find, are exclusive, frats or 'cool' people. ASU is pretty much just reliving your high school years. As far as your education, you'd honestly be better off going somewhere else. The education here is awful. Especially in the engineering school. You get loaded on with tons of coursework that is impossible to keep up with. Very few... Read More


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