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Reviews 1640 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Sophomore

Athletics: the new intramural football field area is really nice.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: excellent professors, nice class sizes, ocean view from campus (by the library), beautiful architecture. gorgeous campus.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: other than the poor grad school orientation, the rest was good.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: off campus acts across the street are very luxurious, but of course with luxury, means a very high price tag!

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: ok but could be better.

College Sophomore

Scholarships: n/a didn't apply. but i wish i did, school is extremely pricey!

4 College Sophomore

Party Scene: PB is where its at.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are plenty of decent priced places to eat that are good enough if not great.

4 College Junior

Majors: There aren't many research opportunities but there are great professors and a lot of options for classes.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Around the school can be pricey.

5 College Freshman

Local Area: I feel safe, welcome, and never bored. There's always so much to do at school as well as outside of school. It's in San Diego! So much more is available.

College Freshman

Greek Life: I am not involved in Greek Life, or am I around many people who are part of it.

3 College Freshman

Academics: There are not many people who have this major, but those who plan on majoring in Computer Science receive more individual help. Workload is difficult but manageable.

College Freshman

Campus Housing: I have seen and heard only great things about Campus Housing. I do not live on campus though, I am a commuting student.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: Sports always bring the spirit to USD. Fans and students go out and support games/matches.

College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I do not live in Off-Campus Housing.

4 College Freshman

Campus Food: Really good food! Variety of literally everything, and everything is at a reasonable price. I do own a meal plan yet I can afford even the simplest of items. Dining halls have nice views, always space available. The Student Life Pavilion is always fun to eat at.

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College Freshman

Majors: I have not had an internship yet. I do plan on finding an internship in the study of Computer Science in the following months.

College Freshman

Party Scene: Most parties are off campus

2 people found this useful Report
3 College Senior

Athletics: School doesn't care about sports

1 person found this useful Report
3 College Senior

Administration: Very Strict about drinking on campus

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5 College Senior

Local Area: San diego is the best city in america

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3 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: Not many good food place close to campus

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3 College Sophomore

Majors: What has been difficult for me is the prerequisites for classes. Im good at all the classes dealing with the major but the classes that are suppose to get you ready for the major i have trouble with.Getting in the major is easy once you decide advisors make it easy and help you out letting you know what classes are harder than others and which class to make sure you get a good professor.

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3 College Sophomore

Athletics: Students don't really attend sporting events like they could/or should. Because the school is right near the beach that is where most people want to be instead of cheering on their peers.

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Jenny Craig Pavilion
Jenny Craig Pavilion
Jenny Craig Pavilion Jenny Craig Pavilion This is where all the big basketball games are held and sometimes school barbecues!
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How quickly can four years go by? Come to USD, and you’ll soon find out. As students prepare to graduate, they tend to dread leaving the idyllic world of USD for the “real world” of interviews, jobs and bills, and total responsibility. As freshmen, students come in and can have difficulties balancing schoolwork with the fun aspects of the city. They complain about the strictness or the spotty network connection or the walk across campus that takes forever when you’re running late. They dread the gossip that can dominate campus, especially on Monday mornings after a party on Saturday, when they might be still crying over the boy or girl who dumped them. But as seniors and alumni, they’re filled with nostalgia for the caring, supportive atmosphere of USD. They long for the meals they used to skip from the Student Life Pavilion. They wonder where life took the president of Club X or Team Y. They miss the professors who pushed, helped, and watched them succeed.

The majority of students who graduates from USD can’t imagine having gone anywhere else. USD strives to shape balanced, well-rounded individuals. The University partners with the city of San Diego to do just that. Students learn more than meiosis, business strategies, or how to analyze poetry; they learn the professional and social skills necessary to find a job after graduation, leaving with networking abilities, professional acquaintances, and lifelong friends. But more than anything, they graduate with fond memories of their college experience that will last a lifetime.

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