California State University-East Bay Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (7)
College did exactly what my AP teachers in high school told me college would do; college would teach me to be a critical thinker. With the major I chose this was true. Psychology sits in the middle of science and liberal arts.
Cal State East Bay allowed me to take courses that really helped support my future passions. All of the professors were continuously available for communication and support. I had fantastic mentors and they encouraged me to continue with my passions after graduation and enter the teaching credential program. I still keep in contact with some of my professors and peers, and this has provided me with a community that I still feel connected to post graduation. I was prepared for my career both educationally and mentally at Cal State East Bay, and I am grateful for the experience.
I commuted to campus, location is convenient to highway. My program had good professors, I feel like I learned alot and I had a good group of classmates. Application process was straight forward and staff to get right documents was very helpful. The main professors I enjoyed working with were Dr. Terry Soo-hoo. He really prepared me for my work and was a great role model in the counseling psychology field.
Great school but make sure do extra studying, research, projects, and/or internships when you can.
Very welcoming, supportive, and prepares you for your career.
This is not a school recognized for excellence. SJSU is a much better state school in the area. Many of the people at this school are not impressive and graduate lacking the demeanor of a college educated individual. I'm not proud that I went here.
I enjoyed my time there. I graduated with my BA, a teaching credential, the my MS Ed. It is what is referred to as a commuter school, so the campus life was not the total package, but the professors were knowledgeable and the tuition was affordable. They now offer more online classes, too. Make sure you research your education options. Do not think that paying more money will get you a better education. Do your research. If you want your units/credits to transfer to other places, make sure that you are attending a regionally accredited school (nationally accredited school may not have transferable units). Be smart... Owing 50k for a BA/BS will not be financially sound unless you are going in to a very high paying industry.