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Arizona State University - Downtown Phoenix Campus

Phoenix, AZ

411 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

https://campus.asu.edu/downtown-phoenix

Arizona State University - Downtown Phoenix Campus is a public university in Phoenix, AZ. It ranks #296 in the country on our favorite colleges list, and admission is attainable for most, given its 81% acceptance rate. It has an above average sized student body with 7,558 full-time undergrads enrolled. ASU - Downtown Phoenix' most preferred major is a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration, which is chosen by 15% of students. Other often desired focuses include Journalism, which accounts for 11% of students, and Nursing (10%). If you are planning on getting a degree in criminal justice, health professions, physical therapy, nursing or communications at a university in Arizona but don't have the best grades, ASU - Downtown Phoenix is a great option for you, because it ranks first in the state for all 5 of these programs. Furthermore, ASU - Downtown Phoenix is the top mid-sized college in Arizona. For Arizona residents, tuition runs $11,363 a year. Applicants living out-of-state have to dish out $29,752 a year. Before you decide against applying due to the price, be cognizant that a huge majority of ASU - Downtown Phoenix undergrads acquires financial aid. 70% of Arizona State University - Downtown Phoenix Campus students complete their education with a degree, all set to begin their dream jobs. Two years after receiving their diplomas, graduates take home an average annual wage of $38,300. After another four years of experience, the graduate's median yearly earnings rises 24.5% to $47,700, which is 19% beyond the national median salary for individuals. Applying students might want to find that your high school rank is recommended to apply. Additionally, ASU - Downtown Phoenix has a teacher certification program, and it offers a study abroad program. On the subject of costs, be aware that 40% of undergrads are awarded federal grants. Its academics rating on School Authority is 8.76 and its location rating on School Authority is 9.21. To wrap things up, 1/4 of graduates make a starting salary of $54,300 or higher and the lowest-earning 1/4th of graduates take home $31,400 or less six years after receiving their degrees.

Ratings

9.01

Party Scene

9.21

Location

8.76

Dorms

9.01

Campus Food

9.21

Student Life

8.50

Safety

Admissions

81%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1080-1270

ACT Score

20-26

Application Deadline:
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Cost

Net Price:

$13,081/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$12,606/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

97%

Academics

Professor Rating

8.24


14:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

69%

Evening Degree Programs

Yes

Student Faculty Ratio

14:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration

387

Journalism

275

Nursing

260

Physical Education Teaching and Coaching

256

Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies

196

Social Work and Youth Services

186

Health Service Preparatory Studies

177

Kinesiology and Exercise Science

134

Value

In State Tuition
$10,822/year
Out of State Tuition
$28,336/year