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Reviews 1775 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: It's just your regular IHOP, Starbucks, McDonald's, etc. locations. Nothing too exciting or too boring.

3 College Junior

Administration: I think they are more strict with having a parking pass than anything else.

2 College Junior

Campus Food: I tried the rice and beans and there was no flavor whatsoever. They were completely tasteless.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I was able to take a campus tour during my visit to Cal State San Bernardino and was able to visit all three dormitories. I, along with the rest of the tour group, was taken to each dormitory according to age. We had been led through the newest dormitories, followed by the second to newest, then the oldest dormitory on campus. We had visited the lounging areas and other areas within the dorms and were able to see the college students do what they normally do on a weekend. We had gone into three rooms total, all varying in the amount of persons living in the room. It was fairly clean, the smell was nice, and the people looked as if they enjoyed their stay.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I find it really great to live on campus because I have made the best of friends and my dorm building has a very friendly atmosphere. I also enjoy the many options of study places because its very important for a college student.

5 College Junior

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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I know the freshman dorms aren't the greatest thing, they need improvements and some renovations to be done. I don't know that much about the dorms because I commute back and forth to the campus. So I don't really know that much about the housing, but I know it's pretty expensive.

4 Recent Alumnus

Off-Campus Dining: I feel that there are great dining places off campus, lots of variety. I like Pacos Tacos, Rock and Roll Sushi, and Lucas Pasta.

4 Recent Alumnus

Campus Food: I actually really enjoyed the food at Commons. I feel like they try hard to make dishes interesting, different, new each and every time, and it actually tastes good. The chefs also try to make it healthy as possible. It isn't your typical boring dining hall food - it is comfort food that is made with integrity. A plate of mashed potatoes and chicken and a side with a drink came out to $7 something.

3 Recent Alumnus

Campus Housing: The freshman dorms are pretty old-looking, small, needs renovation, but it isn't too bad.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: The cost is pretty decent, some have student discounts 10% off meals

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: I really don't go to any parties often but, our program board is okay in planning events

3 College Freshman

Administration: We are a prestigious school, we mainly focus on students education somewhat.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: The financial aid process went perfectly fine, the campus do not know about other resources so we have to find them ourselves.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: Mostly all the resturants on campus is great, some are a little too pricy though.

2 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Mainly its just pricey and not worth it...I rather live on campus

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1 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: They need student discounts, healthier options, prices are just too high for college students. Especially for the ones who have a hard time trying to get a job and never hired.

3 College Freshman

Administration: Social life is poor and I think they need more security for bikes at dorms by putting a bike rack in the empty elevator room lobby and an Ice machine at least one in every building like Arrowhead Village could be on the second floor and Serrano Village on the first floor.

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4 College Freshman

Scholarships: Its just a hassle with having to run around everywhere if someone doesnt give you the right info and they send you somewhere else and by that time you've basically ran around the whole campus.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Food: I think they need something more healthier such as Juice it up or green crush. They should replace it with Jump (stir fry) because its horrible. The food is always still so cold, and they use too much oil. The only thing that is good is the vegetables.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I've lived on campus for two years now. I feel like the dorms need work and especially more security. Out of both the dorms I have lived in, air conditioning has been difficult for me. My first dorm in Serrano Village never worked and they never came to fix the problem after submitting several work orders. In Arrowhead Village, I think they should change out the windows that swing out because we have to keep them closed during wind season. I hate having it closed because we can only set the AC to go on when it hits 75 but most of the time it still wont turn on until it hits 78 in the room. So if the air wont turn on, Id like to have my window open on those windy days but I cant because I'm afraid the window will break off. I really hate when Its hot in the room when going to sleep and plus if people are sick and dealing with the same problem bacteria grows in heat. Then they wonder why those students never get better or someone else catches it if they have a dorm mate. I suggest getting new windows to sliding instead of a swing out and fixing the AC so it turns on at the right temperature or having to be able to set at 72.

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4 College Freshman

Campus Food: The Commons offers a great variety of food with something different everyday. Lines move quickly too.

3 College Junior

Administration: Im not familiar with the policies but i do know the purpose of rules and regulations is all for the good of everyone

3 College Junior

Scholarships: Bad experience due to no communication and not aware of my accounts.

3 College Junior

Campus Food: I tried to stay away from it because it was either unhealthy or a big plate. Options got tiring after a while but still good.

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The CSUSB experience is a quality education at an affordable price. There are numerous reasons to love the school. First of all, there are the people you meet. Many students meet lifelong friends at the University. There are opportunities to work on campus, live on campus, and to study abroad. In order for students to enjoy CSUSB, it's important to get involved. It's also important for freshmen to live on campus. While it can be expensive, it's a great way for first-year students to make friends and get used to college life.

In terms of the academics, the professors are extremely helpful and love when students come in for office hours. People in the main offices are always willing to help students, too. The motto of the school is, “Come Here Go Anywhere,” a statement which appears to be true. Classes for students' majors are designed to prepare them for work in their fields of study.

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