Location
San Diego, CA
Undergrads
95
Tuition
$15,336
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 173 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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College Freshman

Nightlife: I have yet to attend an event, party or nightlife. Myself and other students are very school focused and I am unaware of any parties or helpful transportation.

5 College Freshman

Weather: Living in Sacramento California the worst I've encountered is chilliness and rain and maybe the combo of both. Mainly a comfortable climate

College Freshman

Drug Safety: To my knowledge because all students working in the practicum must be drug free there are little to no students participating in drugs. Alcohol would be more likely but it isn't aloud on campus. So the students would have to drink at home our at an establishment that serves alcohol.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: The financial aid normally goes smoothly if you have enough funds coming to you. This is the first year that I didn't have enough funds and have to pay out of pocket...Hence, looking for scholarships.

3 College Freshman

Majors: You must be accepted to the program, your basic essay, transcripts, letter of recommendations for entry. Maintaining progress and comprehension in your field and studies is the ultimate deciding factor. At the end of each year the students have comprehensive exams. This program has a normal process. My tip would be make sure you have someone proof read your essay, send ALL transcripts and me precise and accurate on your application as possible as well as have 2-3 letters of recommendations from prior professors and supervisors.

4 College Freshman

Majors: The over all program is great. However, we just got notice that the university is no longer accepting applicants and/or new students in the Forensic Filed at this location because of issues with gaining APA accreditation. My career goal focus is to work in Corrections as a Forensic Psychologist so this decision doesn't effect me unless I wanted to practice outside the Forensic realm.

3 College Freshman

Computers: There is only one computer lab but most students use there own personal laptops in class. The facilities are up to date they school offers free wifi, the speed of the network is average to above average. Printing available for 10 cents a page and 40 for color which I feel could be cheaper but it is understandable.

College Freshman

Athletics: This is a graduate/education focused University. We do not have sport/athletics for the students.

5 College Freshman

Academics: Being in the Clinical Forensic Program is great. The classes are small so you get all the attention you may need from the Professors. The professors are very experienced in their field and very knowledgeable. The work load is tough but it is created in order to make this 6 year program a 4 year program so students get out in the field after their first semester of classes and continue on until they graduate. There is also a great placement program for practicums as well as internships. Each student is assigned a doctoral chair when working on there dissertation as well as a co-chair.

College Freshman

Transportation: There are no extra forms of transportation specifically for this university. However, taxis, buses and the light rails are convenient if you do not mind walking a bit. But most if not all people have a vehicle or a ride of some kind.

College Freshman

Greek Life: We do not have Greek organizations here. But the organizations within the community for student career focus is great. APA, Psychology and Forensic Psychology students have many choices. As well as I MERIT with focuses on cultural diversity and education and Student Government.

4 College Freshman

Diversity: Our small campus is very diverse. Being an International Student our school is very diverse in race, economic background, religion and sexual orientation. We have a staff and student organization that focuses on promotion diversity as well as cultural awareness.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: We do not have on campus housing here in Sacramento. My self and a few others do live in a gated community across the road. It is nice. But our location/school is very small and doesn't offer housing. Which I believe brings up the cost of living for many students who do not live close by in order to get cheaper rent.

4 College Junior

Drug Safety: If you want to, okay. If not, that's okay too

5 College Junior

Nightlife: San Francisco is the Best city in the US. You will never have a bad time here. It's a bit expensive sometimes. However, there are so many low cost or free events happening that you'll never be bored.

2 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: California housing is very expensive. Cost of living is average as compared to other California communities but very expensive as compared to other places within the country.

3 College Junior

Campus Dining: Choices are limited but priced well.

4 College Junior

Nightlife: Downtown San Diego is very close with some of the best nightlife available in southern California.

5 College Junior

Scholarships: The school just opened its doors to undergrad students and is offering scholarship opportunities to cover tuition cost in the amount of several thousand dollars simply for choosing Alliant International University.

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5 College Junior

Weather: San Diego is a beautiful 75 degrees year round.

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5 College Junior

Drug Safety: Most students recognize that any drug use will result in loss of freedoms and willingly respect these boundaries.

5 College Junior

Campus Strictness: The campus operates much like a family or group of like-minded friends and therefore, the experience of living and working on campus is very casual and comfortable.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: I live off campus but the on campus housing appears to be large and accommodating.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Food choices on campus are limited due to size of population being served.

5 College Junior

Diversity: This is an international University with many international students involved in campus events and classes. Walking through campus, you can hear many conversations happening all in different languages: French and German being very common.

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