California State University - Sacramento
- 4 Year
- SACRAMENTO, CA
California State University - Sacramento Reviews
Rating 3.67 out of 5 3,620 reviews
Sac State is a joke, I have had multiple professors that have no idea how to conduct a class via zoom or how to use canvas. I have had some good professors but most of them are very difficult to understand and have trouble relaying their message to the students. This makes it a very difficult environment to learn in. One of my professors set up an exam time, 6:00 AM - 2:45 PM, and when I went to take the exam before I went to work it was unavailable. This is just one of the many examples that I have encountered with some of the poor communication and execution with the sacramento state faculty. I have had some really great professors that have taught me a lot here but even Folsom Lake Community College, Shasta Community College, American River Community College and William Jessup University was better executed. After attending many different colleges, I am very disappointed in Sac State and I would not recommend anybody to go here if they do not have to.
My experience at Sacramento state was great !! I met a ton of people and made a lot of good friends. Ive also acquired a lot of knowledge from people whether its about financials , investing, physical, and mental health. College is a great way to network learn new things and discover new passions
First and foremost, the campus is really beautiful. The students I have come across are nice and will help you to their best. The professors are pretty chill. Not only that but the employees/student workers at the centers are really helpful as well.
I am in love with the way that Sac State is inclusive of all of its students. The school as a whole works hard to include as many students and make them feel comfortable and safe on campus. They provide many resources to help with mental health, academics and much more.
While being online at SacState, I enjoyed having easy access and support from my professors especially my professors in Honors Program. I wish the website was easier to navigate, it was be confusing to find clear information. My Honors Program advising has been great, but outside of honors, advising is extremely cramped and hard to get an appointment. I have not been on campus much yet, but the few times I have been there I had very good experiences, everyone is very nice.
Being a student at Sacramento State has allowed me to see growth within myself both in and out of the classroom. I love how the campus provides a welcoming environment to new students and has many resources and services to give students the assistance to be successful throughout their college careers.
The COVID scene hit Sacramento hard, so the campus has been shut down with only some classes being in person. I haven't been on the campus, so I can't give a valid opinion of how it truly is. Hopefully in the Spring of 2022 we can be back on campus.
The environment is very supportive and very helpful. Most people on campus are friendly and also helpful. The campus is very beautiful.
I love the friendly people and my classmates at Sacramento State. Everyone is like a family on campus. There are a lot of resources that are provided to help one another as well. It has been a great experience so far for me at Sacramento State.
I loved how pretty and green the campus was. I also loved how many activities they always had going on campus and how many different things there were to get involved in. The only change I would like to see is for them to start treating the women sports as they do the men sports.
When school went to online instruction due to Covid 19, Sac State handled it very well and the professors helped a lot in making the transition easier. They even turned one of the parking lots into a place where students could come in their cars to use the free wifi.
I took all my classes online because of the pandemic, I've had a good experience so far. Staff is very helpful, very welcoming, and very professional. I say this because of the CAMP program I'm in.
I am a first time freshman living off campus due to the pandemic, so I can't say much because of that. Although I have had a good time in my classes the first year even if they are online, staff are very helpful and welcoming. I hope it'll be a better experience in the fall semester on campus.
My overall experience with CSU Sacramento has been nothing short of phenomenal. The educators in my major and department are amazing and have a deep knowledge of each subject I’ve been taught and do a great job combining real world experience with a strong theoretical foundation of learning. What I love most about my major is the opportunity to specialize, and while I can’t speak for other majors; geography program at Sacramento is incredible and offers 5 tracks of specialization with the option of gaining certificates in pre-planning and business administration at the same time. The campus is beautiful, student body very friendly, opportunities are bountiful (internships, chance to connect with professors, etc.) and accepting from all types of diverse backgrounds, I really can’t say enough about this school.
I like the atmosphere that the college is situated in. It preserves nature for students and faculty to appreciate while also being able to work or learn in a campus. The professors I have had classes with truly cared about my education and ensure that I understand what is being taught.
I have taken classes online and while it does provide some space for students to tend to their responsibilities in their life, some professors may add more class work outside of class time in order to make up the time we would usually have in-person. While it does compensate the lack of in-person classes, it may be counterproductive for some students since their own responsibilities have required more attention since the start of this pandemic.
I love being a student here. Tuition is high just like most universities. I love the variety of classes and times that are offered. I work in the mornings and I am very satisfied with the variety of night classes availability they have.