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Reviews 590 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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5 College Junior

Local Area: I love the atmosphere it is so beautiful! It's the Napa Valley so it's a nice area, so green and lovely season colors. It's therapy to the soul by just the sight of it:)

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4 College Junior

Technology: I feel like there are always enough computers for people when they need them. There are multiple locations with computer labs so that is good

3 College Junior

Campus Food: It is okay. They serve vegetarian meals which is good for some people but not for others. Sometimes the food is greasy or just not all that good. They have a salad bar though and it is very nice.

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3 College Junior

Campus Food: There are only two places to dine on campus. Since it's somewhat of a small school it balances out with the amount of students that go here. I do get tired of the food on campus since it's repetition and they mostly serve the same stuff. The dining prices are somewhat pricey but your meal plan can cover mostly anything you want in the cafe. You just need to rationalize your options and the amount that you are paying for your meal so that you won't go over your balance. There is a place called the "Grind," which reminds me of a Starbucks. It's the place where all the students come to get coffee and energize themselves from the gruesome work throughout the day.

3 College Junior

Weather: Well since it's Northern California, it can be a slight bit colder during the winter season and there are chances that it might snow. I noticed it rains a lot up in the mountains. Once spring and winter time come, the weather turns out to be beautiful and sunny.

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3 College Junior

Scholarships: I received a good amount of financial aid, from the FAFSA and for my GPA. My adviser was reach able and made sure that I was on top of the my forms so that I could receive all the money for school. I thought it was going to be a hassle but unfortunately it was not bad. I worried less because of the work my adviser was doing for me to get my money in order. Communication is key to understanding where you are in your college finances, so there will not be any surprises that you don't know about.

4 College Junior

Academics: My major is physician assistant and respiratory therapy. I reason why I like this program is because of the many opportunities that I will have when I graduate from school. I already have a huge interest into maybe attending Loma Linda University allied health program. I'm already making connections to go there. My adviser has been so helpful with my classes and the direction I need to go in order be competitive once I apply for the allied health program. There are so many opportunities to do internships since there is a hospital currently close by that where you can volunteer and get exposure in your perspective field.

3 College Junior

Academics: Pacific Union College is well know for it's awesome Nursing biology, and allied health programs. The campus is nestled in the beautiful mountains of Angwin. The professors are very helpful to your needs and are available to answer your questions. The registration process was simple and very smooth. The workload is challenging but that's college and it's not always going to be easy. I believe this a great campus to be at and feel that you can get an education with nature surrounding you as well.

3 College Student

Diversity: There are many different races and religions at PUC. Its a lot of diversity and acceptance at this school and has a lot of different religious beliefs even tho it is a Adventist based college..

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3 College Student

Technology: The library computers at PUC are usually only crowed at midterms and final, but they have WiFi if you have your own computer which is great. If you don't it's not bad because its not long before one becomes free. If you have your own the great part is there are tons of rooms and different sections to relax and sit to study or browse the internet.

1 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: I am not really aware of too much student housing around the school. It seems as if students would have to drive far because the campus is farther inland.

3 College Junior

Transportation: There are several shuttles that send the students to two different airports or bus stops. I believe that one bus picks up all the students when they return to campus.

5 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: Lots of space, nice neighborhood, yard, garage and washer and dryer, some have dishwashers. 1-3 bedrooms 1 bath, lots of shade.

5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Health & Safety is Excellent! You don't have to worry about being in danger because Public Safety is taking care of you also you can go to the school nurse to help you in case you got hurt. It is a very safe place to be in.

5 College Freshman

Diversity: The Diversity at Pacific Union College is great! Their are people from all over the world, (Trust me I am not Exaggerating!). Not only are their people from California here but from Brazil, Guam, Africa its really fascinating to get to meet all these people

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: There are no specific Freshmen Dorms here at Pacific Union College. But I would recommend to move into Graf your first year. It is much more friendly environment much easier to make friends. Andre and Winning are much more quieter, thus the less likely to make new friends. I gave housing an B because in Graf the bathrooms and showers are not connected to the room, they are in the hall, in stalls. Which is uncomfortable at first.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: Far and expensive, closest is a KFC/A&W 30 min away the next is other fast foods and cheaper restaurants in Napa 45-60 min away.

3 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: Campus Safety is there if u need them. People could learn to drive though, need some real cops to pass out tickets for driving dumb, it let campus safety do it.

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2 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: They don't search rooms or go through your stuff so I guess people could hide stuff.

4 College Freshman

Majors: Here at Pacific Union College they challenge you to think. That's what i like most about this school. I really enjoy the psychology & Social Work program in my opinion it the best one on campus. Everyone in the program is so close they are like family.

5 College Sophomore

Academics: So many majors to choose from and all the teachers that I have met in the different departments know their stuff and want you to know it too!

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5 College Sophomore

Administration: This is a college, students should be here to learn and act educated, if the students choose to do things that are unintelligent such as drink and drive then they should be punished and/or expelled. This protects the students that are doing the right thing which is coming to college to learn.

3 College Sophomore

Technology: Several computers PC's and Mac's pretty fast and adequate but are a little slow when you are in a hurry!

4 College Sophomore

Academics: Good teachers who care about the student's success and want the students to truly learn.

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5 College Senior

Parking: Parking is always available. Every student who owns a car is assigned a parking lot depending on their seniority. If you are not parked in the parking lot assigned you may be ticketed. A permit can cost you any where from $30 to $50. It would be very convenient to have a car since no stores are within walking distance, except for one store but it's over priced and vegetarian.

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