California College - San Diego

372 reviews
California College - San Diego is ...
Private not-for-profit
Athletic Division
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Address
6602 Convoy Court Ste 100
San Diego, CA 92108
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Reviews

372 reviews
  • Excellent
    103
  • Very Good
    147
  • Average
    100
  • Poor
    14
  • Terrible
    8
From the time I scheduled an appointment to obtain information about my chosen career until now I am very satisfied with everyone in college. We are offered all the resources necessaries to obtain the knowledge and skills to not only pass the state exam but to perform with experience on our jobs. This college offers free tutoring, professors are very helpful. They assist with financial aid and scholarship information as to loan applications to make our way easier during the school admission process and throughout our college years. Programs are within a reasonable time in order for the students to obtain and retain all the information learned and put it to practice.
  • College Junior
  • 6 months ago
I have started school since March the 8th and I really do not want to quit. First of all I was a little concern but then going for my third class it has being a enjoyable overall. Moreover everyone is very helpful in what ever are my needs and requirements. The school gives work every time we finish a reading or a lecture and the instructors gives examples of each class we take. For example the instructor writes note on the board of what is important for each chapter, then study and take the test the end of the week or the next day depending on the instructor. Afterwards we do discussion and assignments according to what we where lecture but every week is a different topics tat would helps us to be better in communicated or that would be needed down the road of our career to improve ones we graduate for the school. Have also meet with all the counselors we have to see before graduation and they as well give me ideas of how the first things I was told at the beginning of my first class need to be prepare. For example I was told that when finishing my degree I could get a job but needed to work hard and start with internships in order to develop my job skills in addition to my business degree. I do know if I get help paying my school I would definitely finish my business degree.
  • College Junior
  • 10 months ago
They do have a career services department at California College-San Diego, and honestly I have not used it. I've heard people that have used it talk about how they were unsatisfied with what they found in the San Diego area, but they have found jobs elsewhere in the United States. I will probably look into their services when I am closer to graduation because I am relocating soon after because my husband is a Marine. The alumni from CCSD seem to very pleased with their successes after graduation. There is a wall dedicated to people that have graduated and it tells a small story about what they are doing now. There's a few alumni that work at the college as lab assistants and help to teach current students.
  • College Junior
  • 11 months ago