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Reviews 208 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I have a quiet spot overlooking the ocean view. My safe haven

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I have a lot of fun doing what I do and with the right professors it makes it all the more worth spending time there

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Very small and quiet. Be aware of what is going on

3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: Most of the time you can get all the classes you want. Classes are flexible .

3 College Freshman

Online Courses: Online classes could be difficult if you're used to the classroom interactions. Keeping track of the assignments due is challenging, i dont recommend taking online classes.

3 College Freshman

Career Services: Marymount always lets students know when there are job opportunities.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Classes are very small. The biggest class size around 20. Each professor has there own way of teaching. I have had teachers who use powerpoints, show videos, or teachers who just lecture. Some professors find places for the class to volunteer at, so they could hace a better understanding of the class.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: There are few majors at marymount, but the academic advisors are helpful. They let you know what classes you need to take, and they always let you know when there are internships available.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Workload isn't to crazy. As long as you put effort into your classes, professors will help you.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Marymount is great if you want a small campus. Everyone knows eachother, and the professors are very helpful.

3 College Freshman

Online Courses: Every teacher is different but if youre a techy type person you can figure it out

1 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Think of it like doing high school all over again, they sit there and baby you instead of trying to help you grow up

1 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Youre better off going to a community college, half my grade is trasferring and im a freshmen, everyone hated this school that much

1 College Freshman

Overall Experience: A small handful of good professors.

1 College Freshman

Career Services: Unaware about post-grad services, but undergrad services were awful so I assume those are too.

1 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Wouldn't value a degree from this school very highly.

1 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: This school is a giant expense and overall inconvenience.

1 College Freshman

Career Services: Don't know about post-grad services. Don't know anyone who's graduated.

1 College Freshman

Overall Experience: There is a small handful of good professors, but not enough to make this school worth staying.

1 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Don't know about alumni employment after graduation. Most students transfer.

1 College Freshman

Overall Experience: This school is so small that EVERYONE will know your business. There is nothing around this school, so if you don't have a car you will be in the house 24/7. The dining hall is not open on the weekends and neither is the library. Something is seriously wrong there. Both are located 15-20 minutes away driving from the main campus and are very inconvenient to get to from the residential campus. Not to mention, the residential campus is located in the suburbs of Los Angeles county which is DESPERATELY undeserved by public transportation.

If you're filthy rich, with enough money to pay for the outrageous tuition, a car, and food on the weekends, you MIGHT be able to enjoy you're time at Marymount, but I wouldn't count on it. You'd be better off saving money, going to a community college, and transferring to another school after a year or two.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Being an upperclassman is more difficult with class scheduling because there aren't many evening classes offered for what I need to complete my degree. Since I work full time and have to attend school in the evening, evening and online courses are very crucial to my academic lifestyle.

5 College Junior

Online Courses: The online courses at MCU are designed to help students who are either working full time, or cannot always make it to campus due to personal obligations. It is very easy to access our student portal from virtually anywhere, we can complete our work before the due date if we wish, and we get immediate feedback with grades and comments from our professors. I think adding online classes was a great addition to campus because we have an option of either being in a physical classroom or at home. Online courses also require a lot of discipline.

4 College Junior

Career Services: Graduate students are often offered job opportunities on campus to give them opportunities and the opportunity to work while pursuing their degree. They are also given a list of local internships and career opportunities by the career and academic counselors.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The professors on campus are pretty straight forward with their academic and attendance policies and we are also given a syllabus at the beginning of the semester that outlines what our course load will be for the next 16 weeks. The class sizes are ideal because the classroom is not a large lecture hall and the professors have a chance to get to know their students by name and face. We have an abundance of classes on campus, but I wish we could add an African American Studies minor or course load to give the campus more of an insight on African American History.

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