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Reviews 856 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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5 College Senior

Health & Safety: Thousand Oaks is one of the safest cities in California. The students are respectful and courteous to each other. I have never heard of a case of sexual assault.

4 College Senior

Campus Housing: There are many different dormitories on campus, ranging from one bedroom to six bedrooms. Most have a kitchen and necessary amenities. Washer/dryers are numerous and located throughout the buildings.

4 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: The Campus is in the middle of the town, everything is close distance, very affordable, and tasty!

3 College Senior

Academics: It's a degree so I can't complain

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3 College Senior

Campus Quality: Art galleries are awesome. It's the best thing on campus and they are free. Both the Kwon Fong Gallery and Ullman Stadium

3 College Senior

Campus Food: it's okay but Starbucks is expensive

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3 College Senior

Campus Food: it's okay but Starbucks is expensive

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1 College Senior

Diversity: if you are a white female you are in heaven

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1 College Senior

Majors: It doesn't really take much to get into the program there are just a ton of requirements after you are enrolled

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3 College Senior

Majors: It's okay but the best internships are in LA or Burbank areas in the film/entertainment field

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3 College Senior

Overall Experience: It was strange because I met a few students in the orientations and then never saw they as much after.

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College Senior

Campus Housing: I didn't live on campus but I've had friends that lived in the dorms and some are newer than others but they are standard

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College Senior

Campus Housing: I didn't live on campus but I've had friends that lived in the dorms and some are newer than others but they are standard

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3 College Senior

Health & Safety: Thousand Oaks is one of the safest places to live in the nation. But the nurses office is expensive if you don't have student insurance and can be awkward.

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1 College Senior

Athletics: No one cares about varsity sports except the students that play them and their parents.

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2 College Senior

Local Area: If you like to shop you're good. But you would be a student and how would you get all your money... Oh yea you're rich

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4 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: You need a car if you want to have the full array of off-campus dining especially because on campus the food can be suspect

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2 College Senior

Majors: it's pretty easy to get in. There is an awful amount of requirements so I recommend students choose Comm instead of Multimedia. It's the same damn thing.

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1 College Senior

Guys & Girls: it's a bunch of rich kids that are either socially awkward or try and replay their high school days mixed with kids that are not rich and came here to play sports because they couldn't play anywhere else.

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1 College Senior

Scholarships: I paid less out of pocket at more expensive schools. Being a transfer student sucks on all angles.

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1 College Senior

Party Scene: My grandma goes to better parties that don't ever get shut down

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2 College Senior

Off-Campus Housing: you basically need to fend for yourself and pay top dollar

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1 College Senior

Administration: this is the place where parents send kids to get into the least amount of trouble

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College Senior

Greek Life: no greek life only minor cliques

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3 College Sophomore

Party Scene: I am a commuter so it is difficult to know when and where the parties are.

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The Centrum Café
The Centrum Café
The Centrum Café The Centrum Café The Centrum offers standard grill fare, salads, pizzas, sandwiches, wraps, paninis, ice cream, and drinks. Food can be purchased using cash, meal plans, credit card, munch money, or bonus points. The Centrum is a popular spot with students, faculty, and administrators. There are 11 specials that change weekly.
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Located in the heart of the beautiful, secure town of Thousand Oaks, CLU is an ideal university for those who enjoy a tight-knit community that focuses on academics, diversity, and social connections. The small student population offers students more occasions to bond with fellow Kingsmen and Regals, and to connect with professors who actually know them as individuals, not just as numbers. The semester system enables students to delve into courses of their interest, and the time spent on academic studies helps students discover what they would like to do after their CLU years. With more than 35 majors and 35 minors, and a mix and match of doubling up on both, students are bound to find their perfect area of study. CLU’s close, intimate environment provides students with what other large, public schools can’t: countless opportunities to shine academically and socially, and stand out as individuals without the pressure and competition of a large student body. Clubs, organizations, academic departments, and residence halls are just some of the places in which students can become involved, contribute to their school and local communities, and bond with other students, faculty, and staff.

To briefly break away from the hectic class schedules and loads of coursework, campus events, like Club Lu, afford students with musical-, sports-, art-, and food-related events. From sports games at Dodger Stadium to catching a comedy flick in Kingsmen Park, CLU events bring students together for a night of fun. At any of these events, in class, at the caf, or just hanging out in the dorms, it’s not difficult to see the diversity of students. Coming from a variety of social, economic, ethnic, and political backgrounds, CLU students bring a great understanding and appreciation for other cultures on campus.

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