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Barrett applicant at Poly?

WackoWaskoWackoWasko Registered User Posts: 115 Junior Member
edited December 2010 in Arizona State University
Hey all,

When I applied to ASU I chose Technological Entrepreneurship and Management as my major; a WUE program offered at the Polytechnic campus. I realize that the new residential housing is located at the Tempe campus, but on the Barrett website it says that there is "unique honors housing" on all four campuses. Does anybody have any additional information about this? I can't seem to find anything on Barrett's or Polytechnic's website.

Also, does anyone have any experience with transferring between campuses? I applied to Poly because as an OOS student, the WUE tuition really was a deal breaker. However if I were to receive an AFROTC scholarship, I could afford to study at WP Carey in the case that I have trouble with my TEAM major. From what I've read it seems like fascinating major, but I can't find any information on ASU's TEAM besides what they've listed on their website, so I have no idea how good of a program it is.
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Replies to: Barrett applicant at Poly?

  • oxolojooxolojo Registered User Posts: 460 Member
    More info on the TEAM major (from ASU's website, don't know if you saw this link for sure):

    Transferring between campuses doesn't even require a transfer application of any kind. You can sign up to take classes on any campus, no matter what campus your major is based on. ASU provides Shuttle Buses that run between campuses multiple times a day. These buses are free and leave the Tempe campus going to Poly and DPC/West just about every half hour. All you have to do to change your major is meet with an adviser in the program you're looking into.

    As for housing for Barrett students at Poly, I would assume you would live in a separate wing of the regular freshmen halls, but I don't know for sure anything about that.
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