California State University-San Bernardino Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (4)
I decided to go back to school. and get my MA, I thought going to a cal state was my best choice, its not expensive and no question about its validity. Man what a mistake your totally on your own, no one on campus could help me , mostly just student workers, and everything else is on line. After a number of dead ends and delays,about eight to ten months went by because I had to wait for a new semester and classes were not being offered etc..Hate to say it , but I wish I just stated a name brand private non-profit.
CSUSB was a very good school, even though I was only there to experience about 3 years of it, I would definitely recommend looking in this school. The campus was very beautiful and peaceful to just sit around at, there was always something going on during the week in front the Library. We had visits from Food trucks and even from the Blood Drive. Its not a very big campus, which I liked, and I never had any problems with teachers. They all work with you, if your struggling don't hesitate to ask.
CSUSB was a good school for me. I didn't do much on campus besides attend my classes, but I had some great teachers and I felt safe on campus.
This is a great campus if you are looking to attend school and work full-time or part-time. I have had a job my whole college career and sometimes at certain campuses it is hard to work and go to school, not at Cal State San Bernardino. There are class times offered in the early mornings and late evenings. This school is also a very clean and beautiful school. If you have down time in between classes, walking around the campus or going down to the athletic fields is always a nice breather and relaxing. The staff here on campus are available and are willing to help as much as they can. Professors make themselves available to your needs and help you with questions about the course, etc. I would recommend this college to those who are not quite sure what they want to major in but want to get done in 4 years. This is the way to go!