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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3 Recent Alumnus

Computers: Often busy in the computer. The computers are newer, but I preferred to use my laptop.

1 Recent Alumnus

Nightlife: Most places close at 9 or 10, not much to do unless you go to a bar, or a beach. Two saving graces are Lestats in Normal Heights, awesome coffee shop open 24 hrs, and The Living Room in La Jolla, open til midnight

4 Recent Alumnus

Off-Campus Dining: Tons of places to go all around San Diego, but there really isn't anything close by to school, it's all at least two fwy exits away. Very few chains a lot of great little holes in the wall.

3 Recent Alumnus

Off-Campus Housing: You are completely on your own to find housing. Most of San Diego is beautiful and safe and a very nice, decent place to live, but it's up to you to find a good deal. There are plenty of places to play and things to see, great restaurants to try. It all really depends on your price range and preference.

1 College Junior

Parking: Not That Good – very few places. Some are expensive, some are more reasonable but packed

4 College Junior

Transportation: Many buses, bikes, BART, some parking if you elect to drive

4 College Junior

Guys & Girls: So far everyone is friendly and motivated to succeed and help

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4 College Junior

Academics: Very Helpful – I am a 1st year Masters student. To date the staff has been great, helpful, communicative, informative

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: So Far, So Good – Classmates are nice and there are small class sizes. The professors seem to have a real investment in you.

3 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: They Want You to Do Great. They are only strict in terms of ensuring students are academically successful. They want you to succeed and to do it properly.

3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: Just Blah – The food wasn't awful by any means, but it just wasn't very good. Hamburgers, veggie burgers, salad...boring.

5 College Sophomore

Facilities: Dissertation Class for Psyd's – My school has made our dissertation into a class, I am about to start class soon so I am excited to know that I will have a professor helping me out with the whole process.

4 College Student

Off-Campus Housing: I Do Not Use This, but School Seems Helpful – I have received various Emails about acquiring housing and from people who need roommates.

4 College Student

Scholarships: Easy to Get Information – The financial aid office is very helpful with info on financial aid and scholarships. The student must be self-motivated to get money.

4 College Student

Health & Safety: Not Much Experience, but Safe All the Way – I have not yet started school here, but I feel very safe whenever I walk on the campus. Good lighting and there are always people around.

College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I do not live on campus, but it is mostly for international students.

1 College Sophomore

Parking: very expensive, and parking spots are mostly on dirt.

5 Recent Alumnus

Diversity: The most diverse school you will find!!! If you are looking for diversity then this is the place to go. I don't think I took any course at the school in which a few students or even a teacher is from another country. There are many Asians, a few Africans, Europeans ( lot of French, German, and Easterners), and then of course there are many from Mexico and South America. This school is excellent if you are in the International Relations or Business program since most of your projects and classes you will have quite a bit of interaction with foreigners.

4 Recent Alumnus

Academics: Challenging with an excellent faculty – I chose this school based on its faculty and class sizes, as well as its international atmosphere. I was sold on the fact that one of my teachers for several classes was the author of one of my all time favorite books on war history. I'm giving the minus because of the schedule for some subjects. For example, I had to take statistics to complete my degree and it was taught in an 8 week course. Although it is awesome to get it over with so fast since it can be a pain, I think it would be better place on a traditional 16 week schedule. Overall, I am very pleased with my choice.

5 Recent Alumnus

Weather: Right in San Diego...Not too far from the beach and its always somewhere in the 70's. What a place!

4 College Student

Overall Experience: I am in nightclass. Half of these questions did not pertain to my degree or the times that were offered. I think the program I am in is good so far. I am learning a lot. It is intense which is good for a graduate degree.

3 College Student

Computers: Computer Lab – Good for basic use. Some do not work and some work well.

3 College Senior

Facilities: Not the Average Campus – The campus is relatively small, but has most of the provisions students may need. The library is small but has a good deal of online access to materials that may not be in the library. The campus is very clean and well kept. The school keeps students very well informed of outside activities that are relevant and helpful for students in the continuation of their education.

3 College Senior

Computers: Better in Classrooms – The computers in the library are rather dated and can be slow. However, the computers in the classrooms are much newer, run faster, and have better programs. It helps if students bring their own laptops to class. The school provides free WiFi.

5 College Student

Majors: It was a great experience although challenging. I had to have an entrance interview by a student and faculty. The most important criteria would be showing that you are a well rounded student. They did accept late applications, which was a plus.

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