Location
Norwalk, CA
Undergrads
6,643
Tuition (in-state)
$6,072 ($1,340)
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Reviews 678 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Junior

Student Body: Everybody is at this school for many different reasons. Some are there to find that next girl while continuing their studies, some are active in various activities going on with the school, and some are just their to get into school and get out. Either way, there's a great diversity in this school and a lot of people are friendly.

College Junior

Career Services: I'm not sure how to answer this yet since I haven't transferred out.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: Online courses are a great convenience. When students have to work more and/or certain classes that they need don't fit their schedules, online courses are the best way to go. The professors are always interacting with their students. Like with any other class, prepare for a workload. Even though it's online, students shouldn't slack, especially since being in an online course requires a good amount of self-discipline. Students have to teach themselves the majority of the material.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid office is really helpful. The BOGG Fee Waiver C comes in really handy with paying for tuition. I really don't like how tuition prices go up, though. Although it's worth it, there was a time when tuition didn't cost that much. Also, I think that students should be judged for how much their parents make. If they make too much money, then students can't get financial aid and it seems like the government assumes that the parents can afford their education. It's wrong to me. Other than that, it's worth it.

3 College Junior

Facilities: I haven't really seen much that separates this school from others, besides school spirit. Even if some students don't like the school, everyone has school spirit. That's about it.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The workload isn't too bad as long as a student has their own schedule written out and work is done on time. The program that I'm in is great. The professors of the Computer Science program are all very nice and want you to succeed. The only problem I have with it is one of the professor's method of teaching. In his CIS 180 (Programming in C++) course, he taught in a way that was as if every student needed to have experience in programming. It doesn't even matter if one takes CIS 103 (Programming Logic, which is a prerequisite for CIS 180). Other than that, I like it.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The class registration process can be a hassle when a student can't either get the teacher they want or the time they want tot take a certain course. However, as of late, more classes have been added and for me, I have a more convenient enrollment date. Most of the professors that I've had have been great. They're really nice, some are funny, and it shows that they love what they do. There's always going to be some kind of workload with any class that a student takes. For some classes, it's not a lot, but for others, it could be too much for a student to handle. Either way, students shouldn't slack off.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There's a lot of campus activities to do at this school. There are a variety of clubs that students can get into. I'm a part of one myself. The library is pretty good. It's peaceful during certain times of the day, but I hate the rush hour. This would be between 11:30 and about 2:30. Everybody is on their breaks and almost the whole library is occupied. The computer lab in the library can be really loud at times when people are trying to stay focused, but I don't go there anyways. I like the student center. I'm a part of a dance club and there's a stage that we can use for practice. We try to keep the volume of our music down to respect the other students. Other than that, it's a great place to network and meet new people. I've done so myself.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: It could be better. I think that the wireless access could be made better for mobile devices. For example, the computers in the library can all be occupied, but if a person wanted to use their phone to connect to the internet, it would be okay; however, students can't get on youtube and possibly other video sites. That can be a problem when it's school related. Bringing a laptop to school to do work can be convenient, but students better hope that the wireless access is good for the time that they're there. It sometimes goes in and out of connections, though it hasn't been much of a problem for a while now. Printing on campus is good, the prices are decent (10 cents for black, 25 cents for color).

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Flexibility isn't a problem until availability of classes start to decline before the enrollment date for a student comes. For example, from when I started in the fall of 2011 until fall of 2012 (3 semesters), trying to get classes was just terrible for me. There was a time when teachers were a lot of professors added at least 2 or 3 students from the waitlist into the course. For the past year or so, they can't add anyone, so it makes trying to get a course even harder. I had a class where everyone that was enrolled showed up, and a few from the waitlist didn't. The professor literally added EVERYONE. It was weird, yet stress-relieving. However, availability of classes has gotten better over the past year! Recently, we were able to add 100 courses to the summer semester!

College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I haven't decided on a major

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Very helpful, friendly and professional

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College Sophomore

Student Body: I'm a first year student I don't feel comfortable reviewing

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4 College Sophomore

Facilities: I love everything about my school.. campus, staff, everything. As a woman I especially love love love that we have a cosmetology department with a full service salon!!

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Its a lengthy process and can be frustrating but the staff is helpful

1 person found this useful Report
4 College Junior

Online Courses: I had a couple online course and they were hard but good.

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4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I get a fee waiver and a grant so I am really happy for the extra support as a single mom.

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5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I've had a great experience. I get what I put in. I work hard and the school is very supportive. I am in EOPS and I get the classes I need and extra help. I feel very lucky to go to a supportive smaller school

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: So far so good, because this is my first time at this college this year. I would say this college is one of the best and I would recommaned it to anyone.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: At this point I am not in any program, just trying to get my AA and do my best in every course I am studying in. The workload is just fine for me at this point and curriculum is going just fine as well.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Over all the professors are able to get in contact with and the curriculum is very understandable and very well put to get to know what the course consist of . The class registration was a bit hard for me, because I always had to check when I was supposed to registered, but at my old college they would send an email to all students to inform us when it time for us to registered. Other then that the workload is just fine for me at this point and there are helpful ways to get help in studying or help to understand what is needed in the course that I may not be able to understand.

4 College Junior

Career Services: Over all so far everything is good and helpful when needed. Career center is very helpful and easy to get in contact with.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition is much better then some of the private school and universities. For me I wish there was more financial help, when your single and working part time to get yourself through school. So far the financial aid office has been helpful to me.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Student center is very well and helpful as well as the library were it is nice and able to study.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Computer labs are very helpful and open at good hours when needed to use them and as well as printing papers out too. The network and wireless is very good as well.

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