California State University-Bakersfield Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (9)
CSUB was a great choice for achieving a solid degree without having to acquire large amounts of student loan debt! I had a great experience going to school at the extension campus! I would definitely recommend going there to get a degree that could be applied to a vast amount of career opportunities!
I loved the professors and the small extension campus of the Antelope Valley. The counselors helped me a lot as well. I would recommend California State University Bakersfield to anyone looking for an affordable college degree. The options for study were wide as well.
The program was great over all but it lacked on the fact that there wasnt much help when it came to job search. Many of my class mates are still looking for jobs and most of use haven't found one. The courses taken at California state university Bakersfield were challenging
I personally think its a good campus for anyone who wants to pursue their undergraderate education. The class sizes are fairly small depending on the class but most of the teachers I've had classes with are great. They are always willing to help. Also, the campus is pretty safe.
CSUB offers an affordable, quality education in the field of liberal studies and teaching. I obtained both my bachelors degree and teaching credential from this institution and would highly recommend both programs. The credential program covers a wide variety of topics and a range of necessary classes.
I really enjoyed going to CSUB. The faculty was friendly and helpful. My advisor listened to me and helped me to get the best out of my education so that I could finish in a timely manner. The campus and grown a great deal since then but it still has that community feel to it. You will work hard for your degree but it is worth it. You end up having so much more than you expected going into the program.
Wonderful credential program. Good size school, not too big or small. Very clean campus and a quality education.
Good state college with more of a commuter feel. Not a lot of on campus life mostly because there wasn't a lot of on campus housing. That's slowly changing from what I've heard. There are brand new dorms now!
Hated it there. Commuter campus. Bakersfield sucks. Teachers were good and classes were decent. Bad area. Political science students not engaging.