California State University - Fullerton Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (32)
This school is great. I love it's diversity in that it offers a lot of online and on campus classes. I wish it was quarter instead of semester since semesters are very long. It's always good to research on professors before you take their classes. Overall I had a great experience with the faculty and the classes. #Titanforlife
The freshman program really helped me transition from high school to college. This school provided with everything to be successful! I am planning to go back for my masters because the staff and professors there are extremely helpful. The academic counselors for health science were always helpful.
CSUF provided a diverse on-campus culture that broadened my networks, connections, and understanding with others. In addition, the Human Services Degree prepared me to learn and apply acquired skills that are currently useful in my Master's of Social Work program. The professors and staff are extremely helpful as they always do their best to meet the needs of all students. Attending CSUF was an overall great experience, especially because of the on-campus organizations and unity one creates by being part of something bigger.
Overall I believe cal state fullerton is a great school I'm glad I had the opportunity to attend. The human service program amazing I loved how all the professors were committed to the students and their profession. They were all so passionate of what they were teaching it made me more excited to get out there. I learned so much.
CSUF offers an enormous amount of opportunity for career development and exploration. The campus has a wide diverse student body and opportunities to take advantage of. Faculty is supportive towards your education and will to assist. I would highly recommend attending there.
I truly enjoyed the teaching track within the Kinesiology department. All the professors work together to prepare you to be the best and most knowledgeable teacher. Because of the motivational support from my professors, I am currently furthering my education in Educational Technology at CSUF.
California State University - Fullerton was recommended to me by friends and family, and has been one of my greatest decisions. I went back to pursue my Bachelor's in Sociology after several years of career and interest insecurity - pursuing several majors and dabbing in many different jobs. CSUF has constant career and professional development opportunities on campus that students are able to sign up for. They encourage networking, technology, and equity! Their staff is friendly and everyone I have encountered have been extremely helpful, their faculty is incredibly knowledgeable, helpful, and understanding. Currently, I am taking the majority of my classes online, but their online involvement with students is pretty top-notch. I never have to wait long to receive feed-back, and I have had no issues scheduling on-campus and off-campus (online) office hours with my professors when I have had questions, needed extra assistance, or simply experienced high levels of stress in my life and needed an understanding professor to talk to. I highly recommend the Sociology program at CSUF to anyone who is considering the program; first time college students, re-entry students, full-time/part-time and off/on campus courses!
Since my first course as a child development major, I was intrigued. The Professors at CSUF were clearly passionate about the development and the education of children. Their inspiration has lead me to pursue a career in this field and I have learned so much about what it really means to be an early childhood educator. CSUF has not only lead me to be passionate about this field, but has helped guide me to create my own philosophy of early childhood education as well as given me the confidence to become an advocate for children.
My experience as an undergraduate at this university was overwhelming but rewarding. I was able to become more independent and learn from experiences. There is a variety of exposure and opportunities that are provided. I was not very involved in extracurricular activities, and in that aspect I feel I missed out on the full experience of an undergraduate student. I would recommend to be involved and give new experiences the opportunity.
I graduated from the College of Natural Science and Mathematics. Cal State Fullerton is a great campus. I was lucky in that my department was small enough that once upper division classes were reached, you knew the other people in the class and easily became friends. The department teachers were very reasonable so long as you showed up for class, did the readings, and completed the homework. You know - what students are supposed to do. Even when I was taking GE courses, teachers were all around jovial, approachable, and very encouraging of office hours. I also lived on campus for four years, and the housing office ran it well. As all college kids experience, I had a roommate situation and the only way I could see it being handled was moving into a different place...in the middle of March. I called the housing office. No problem. Within the next week I was able to move out. I know it's tedious, but attending the RA meetings and getting to know them by their first name is a good thing. They will often tell you what is happening at the housing office, and what is upcoming, like important deadlines (e.g. housing forms for the next academic year). The Rec Center is also a personal favorite. While I know it can be awkward to go to a communal gym with sweaty dudes grunting on weight machines, there are other amenities like a track to run on, treadmills and elliptical machines, and also free classes for Zumba and other dance-fitness cardio workouts you can attend for free. All you have to do is show up when the class starts. The Zumba class I went to was on Wednesdays. All in all, my advice is the following: 1. Try your best in class and go to the teacher's office hours if you are struggling. They notice if you are putting in the effort and time especially if you go to their office hours, and two of my grades were spared on two separate classes because of that. 2. If you live on campus, attend the RA meetings and get to know them. They will give you important information and help you be one of the first to meet deadlines (and since CSUF is a commuter school, it is very competitive to get a spot in their on campus housing). 3. Take a break from your studies and do something mindless to reset your brain. Check out the Rec Center. I did my junior year, and I wish I had gone since I was a freshman. There is something for everyone. They even have a rock climbing wall. Good luck!