Student & Graduate Reviews
Data Center Engineer - 2/26/2020
Graduation Year: 1993
"Small class size, hands-on training (on land and at sea), and robustness of curriculum (Mechanical, Electrical, Structural) sets a strong foundation for most engineers. Out of school salary expectations are spot on (well, in '93) and growth over time was surpassed. It is a more disciplined environment and not a party school, but you have a great time and get to see parts of the world."
Anonymous - 11/9/2015
Graduation Year: 2010
"It's not s traditional college; you wear uniforms, you get drug tested, it's small. If those 3 things don't bother you it is a good experience. The location is pretty, right on the water with the ship docked in front. You get to sail for a 2 month semester taking classes and standing watch, and visiting foreign countries. There is a lot of comradery with your classmates. Small classes so you can have a lot of communication with the professor."
SeaBear - 9/23/2015
Graduation Year: 2018
"At this school, you get out exactly what you put in. If you are serious about putting in the work required for our usually high work/ unit loads, and are are willing to postpone your traditional college-party life until after graduation (or at least until summer begins) then ou will not find a better return on your college investment anywhere on the west coast. Laborar, pugnar, parati summus."