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California Institute of Integral Studies Reviews

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I love the classes and the community of learners is really amazing. People are super open and kind, and everyone is always willing to help you out.
we don't have athletics at CIIS. we are focused on other things, like learning.
I haven't started classes yet, but from the meet and greet, it seems great!
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There are no fraternities or sororities at this graduate school. You need to add a n/a option on your questions.
This is a graduate school. We are generally over that early college years party phase.
In San Francisco, our campus is ONE large building. I feel safe in the building. I do not feel safe one block away due to many homeless people on drugs or off their medication.
good quality & variety of food, good hours, delicious
enjoy the community, the program, the workload is fine
professors are amazing, library is great, courses are great
i have no idea what the school policies are in regards to this, it's not applicable
there is no campus housing, students live off campus
great school facilities to support students in studies
b e a u t i f u l here in san francisco, glad to be here
glad to be here, courses are engaging and entertaining
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great selection of internships and help getting them from the staff
great teachers, great community, good workload, plenty of internships
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Some programs have very old and slow computers. Wireless internet is not available to students with older laptops due to multiple firewalls. IT tells students that to fix this problem, the student needs to "buy a new laptop."
Cafe has good Tamales and Indian Food, but high prices. High prices for sodas. Soda machines should be cheap for students.
There are a few genuinely involved faculty and staff. For the most part, this school lets students who need financial or housing services get marginalized until they just...drop out for lack of help.
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