California State University-East Bay Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (15)
CSUEB gave me all the preparation I needed to succeed in my degree. The assistance and support I received helped me land a job. They have so many services to help seniors with internships,workshops, and job fairs. I am very satisfied with my B.S. in health administration.
Human interaction is imperative for undergrads and a mix of courses for a masters is advised. When you stop growing you die so keeping abreast of current trends in your field is invigorating and rejuvenating. You meet interesting people and form network friendships. Stay in school!
Overall a great experience. Most students are commuting to campus so there are a lot of students who are working while going to school. This was great because it allowed great discussion in classes as people brought their different perspectives. Most of my professors were great and available for questions!
I had a positive experience at CSUEB. The campus is extremely big, plenty of parking, and filled with diversity. I met such a great group of life long friends in my graduating class. Although this university is considered to be a commuter school, I still keep in touch with my friends! The professors are extremely helpful, they want all of the students to succeed. I graduated in Health Sciences emphasis Pre-Clinical Preparation. The curriculum is designed for students to become a new face in healthcare with innovated ideas and creativity. I enjoyed taking a wide range of courses because health care is extremely broad. Overall, my experience at CSUEB had been outstanding and I am forever grateful with the opportunities and knowledge I have gained.
At California State University Eastbay, (in the business department), there is a lot of wonderful professors. Majority of the professors are there to help you and want you to succeed in life, and want you to be ready in the real world work force. One major reason why I picked Business for my major was because of the good ratings the school had for its Business Department. As it says on the brochures "Best in the West"
Cal State East Bay offered more than just curriculum to prepare me for life after graduation. During my senior year, I had the opportunity to experience life abroad as well as assist in providing feedback for new systems That students will be able to benefit from in the future. The media program is booming and I'm so excited for the direction the communications department is moving in and even more excited to see how future students will utilize those skills to add to the ever-changing world.
California State University - East Bay is a very decent college, however, "decent" is not for everyone. Setting us up for success should be the main priority of all universities. Feeling this sense of security upon graduation would make it a true experience that I would enjoy to tell people. Although, I did end up eventually landing a good paying job, it felt as if my education did not have much to do with it. Do not get me wrong, I had a great time in college and would not have learned a lot of what I know today if it wasn't for my education.
I am very satisfied with your Criminal Justice program. It is not impacted but it is growing in numbers both with students and staff. The professors are people that truly care and take the time to get to know you as a student if you pursue them. Our major advisors are always willing to listen and help our fellow criminal justice majors, it is very easy to contact them. I have had nothing but a great experience with my major department.
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.