California State University - Northridge
- 4 Year
- NORTHRIDGE, CA
California State University - Northridge Reviews
Rating 3.72 out of 5 4,854 reviews
Love the experience! No complaints so far! Really enjoying the environment and the diversity of the program. Simply taking advantage the opportunity to be the first in my family to graduate college.
I am incredibly grateful for the opportunities that California State University Northridge has given me. It is obvious that the school is dedicated to helping its student population succeed; the countless accessible resources and amazing professors are just a few examples of the school's ability to assess what may benefit its student population.
I like that this university not only cares about there student and faculty but also about there community around them. They have multiple opportunities to reach out to the community and ways to help it. It also has lots of resources that are available ble to students for free or at a low cost. A Lot of the resources are usually expensive outside of school or are hard to get but CSUN care about everyone here and they want everyone to be okay.
The Cinema and Television Arts program at CSUN has been such a great experience! I have been able to connect with other students, as well as learn from industry professionals. The campus itself it great and has so much to offer (not to mention that the library is the school from "Sky High").
There is a lot of diversity at this school, and the education and faculty are excellent. There are two members of my family who have graduated from CSUN and both of them have been extremely satisfied with their education at the university. CSUN is fun school with some cool nature life as well. It provides the calmness that people need in the time of chaos and stress that comes with starting school. It's college now, so let's get on with it. My mother went to CSUN to get an art degree. She said she had a lot of fun over at CSUN and she loved the buildings over there especially. But the most important thing is she got to do what she loves at school. She is really an expert into art. Theres no words to describe how good my mother is as she does art with passion. With passion anything is possible. My step-dad also went there to do interior design. He completed it over a course of couple of years and sadly finished during rough times which was Covid. He is now doing big things now gladly!!
Overall, the faculty and staff at this University genuinely care of their students and their success as future scholars.
Overall, it has been a wonderful experience. I developed very close relationships with my professors and was able to apply what I learned from my courses the same day that I learned them. It was also very affordable compared to other universities, which is a huge benefit
Northridge is a very diverse and welcoming campus. The staff works very hard to help every student they can. The campus itself is very nice and taken care of. The dorms are okay.
CSUN was a great college! I majored in Journalism with a focus in PR. I had a wonderful time in college. CSUN provided me with a great education and professional experience. I was able to take part in extracurriculars and take the courses I needed.
Cal State Northridge is a good academic school, but if you’re looking for a big college experience this is not it. I tried getting involved with a sorority and sport, but because of the lack of activities and the fact it is more of a commuter school, it didn’t really help.
Something I like about CSUN is its interest in seeing students succeed and make the most out of their careers at CSUN. However, something I'd like to see change is the communication level between students and faculty/admin. I feel as though there isn't enough communication and transparency.
There are still a few online courses available for anyone in need of them. Most of the professors are attentive, thorough explainers, and actively make their courses intriguing.
A lot of different backgrounds people come from all over to come to the university. Not as big as the other universities in the Los Angeles area , but still very active and school pride is huge.
Csun is a pretty diverse university. I am currently a senior and can say I really enjoyed my years to the fullest. I was supieses with how comfortable and easy going I felt my years go by despite the loads of work I had. Proud to say I’m a matador and always will be.
My experience at CSUN has been amazing! I enjoy the resources that the school provides me and the professors I’ve met along the way during my years at the school have been very helpful.
I really like the environment and people at Northridge. I would like to see more places to eat around the campus as well as more fun things to do in the city around the school.
At California University State, Northridge there is a diverse population among both students and faculty. There is special interest in helping students be successful with a wide range of resources available to those enrolled. For instance, University Counseling Services provides therapy and it was something unattainable for me previously as a low income citizen.
Hope to be accepted there. The campus is big but still feels homey. I love that it doesn't specialize in one major or area of study.
Only been here for a couple weeks but overall it’s a good school. To me it’s just like high school because I commute and am in this program where everyone came to know each other.
CSUN is a very good school. I have met a lot of amazing people that I call friends now as well as caring professionals who understand and want you to succeed. My experience has been really good.