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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.172 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.177 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.178 responses
Most Popular Majors
Business Administration and Management774 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies193 Graduates
Radio, Television, and Digital Communication144 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities137 Graduates
Social Work and Youth Services136 Graduates
Early Childhood Education119 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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Freshmen Live On-Campus
- of students say that Greek life is average, and no one will treat you differently if you don't join.215 responses
- of students say varsity sporting events are attended, but not a huge part of campus life.277 responses
After California State University - Los Angeles
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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- of students feel confident they will find a job in their field after graduation.127 responses
Colleges like California State University - Los Angeles
- CCalifornia State University - Dominguez Hills
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- BCalifornia State University - Northridge
- 4 Year
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- 4,018 reviews
- B+California State University - Fullerton
- 4 Year
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- 4,208 reviews
- B+California State University - Long Beach
- 4 Year
- Long Beach, CA
- 3,911 reviews
California State University - Los Angeles Reviews
Review California State University - Los Angeles
Love the diversity, love the variety of classes in race and ethnicity classes, specifically. Extremely disappointed in the art deparment. Being an animation major, the program is extremely lacking. Technology is old and unreliable, plus half of the professors don't even know what they're doing. We just had an opportunity to hire an amazing professor full time/tenure-track, and we all filled out surveys for all four applicants. One applicant had the absolute majority of students' votes, with one of the heads of the deparment in agreement, and yet the dean hired someone with no experience, who just graduated last year! Not to mention the other head professor is totally unexperienced and fails to meet the needs of the students in each class she teaches. With only one GOOD professor left, the program has any chance to improve.
I came to csula my freshman year, straight from high school. I was disappointed starting because csula was not my first choice. Slowly, I realized it was not a bad choice at all. I joined a sorority my first year. I learned that there are ways to get involved on campus. The teachers are usually pretty fair, I have not came across anyone unreasonably mean. Most teachers also teach well, some are better than others. On campus, there are 6 places to get meals, one which sells alcohol, and food trucks are here daily, so there is much diversity. Csula parties are usually small and packed. I am not caught up with sports, but I really wish there was a football team! I think that would bring a lot of revenue and school spirit. I formed my first year, and the dorms are not bad. In a house of 8 girls, there are 4 rooms and 2 bathrooms, which are furnished. Dorming and tuition is pricy, but compared to other schools, very cheap!
The teachers for Electrical Engineering related topics really know their material and present it well. Most are willing to explain it as much as necessary. However, social justice is slowly creeping into this campus. There are 3 "Diversity" class requirements intended to indoctrinate students into becoming advocates in the name of feminism, Black Lives Matter, and cultural Marxists. Other Diversity classes question the scientific differences on gender and seem to normalize transgender/multi-gender pseudoscience. This is the downside to going to this university: needing to take unrelated courses to my discipline and making me waste an additional quarter and $4,000.