California State University - San Bernardino
- 4 Year
- SAN BERNARDINO, CA
California State University - San Bernardino Reviews
Rating 3.67 out of 5 2,621 reviews
overall. good school. It has recently been remodeled and it looks great. New buildings look great. Professors are welcoming and staff always is there to help if you need it. You feel safe on campus which is very important!
Campus is always changing. Not only with the people but also the buildings. It is always growing and looking for ways to improve. The students are kind and generous, offering their own perspective and opinions. Overall the student life is pretty positive, looking for growth at every corner.
CSUSB overall is an amazing school. I specifically was admitted into the BA program and loved it so much, I went back for the Masters program for Social Work at CSUSB. I can truly say I had an amazing experience, not only with the student but with the professors and staff as well. They all made it so inviting and really helped me with my personal growth within such a difficult field with their support. They also guided me with my internships in providing mental health to students like our selves within my community and well as providing resources to help enrich the educational journey. I’ve conducted research and focused on needs within the community I served, all with the help of CSUSB. This school really helps aims to, “ ensure student learning and success, conducts research, scholarly and creative activities, and is actively engaged in the vitality of our region.”
Thank you, CSUSB and the School of Social Work
Thank you, CSUSB and the School of Social Work
I love how diverse San Bernardino is. There are cultural differences in this school but everyone is accepted.
As a first-year student, I've enjoyed my time so far at CSUSB. There are many clubs students can join and every professor seems to care about their students, even outside of the classroom. Everyone is friendly and dedicated to their studies.
I can honestly say that I personally lived my experience at my current school. It feels so welcoming and beautiful. The campus is only getting bigger by either extending or building an entire new building. Just by the looks of it it already seems so different from the rest. It has new entertainments and just looks like a good time to meet new people. A way to interact more. The professors, administrators, etc are always more than willing to help with any confusions the one person may have. The education and programs are great at well they really do give it all. The food is amazing I for one enjoy this one spot that has chicken tenders it’s one of my favorites. There isn’t anything that I wouldn’t change at Cal State San Bernardino and can say with certainty that as time passes on it only get better.
I like that they have a good range of majors and that the environment is welcoming to everyone that goes there.
The professors are all so helpful, and I enjoyed most of the events the OSE and ASI threw every year. The students are all kind and nice to each other. I don't think you'll ever find a campus where both female and male students and staff open the door for you.
I enjoyed the teacher and community there. There are always events and clubs to participate in. I had a great time there for 2 years.
Cal state San Bernardino offers endless options to better prepare you for your future and provides the necessary tools to succeed.
CSUSB is a great place to learn and discover a different part of yourself. There are many groups/clubs, as well as academic research opportunities. Whoever you are, you can find somewhere to fit in.
This is an amazing school. They are very organized and make sure that you get assistance with anything you are confused on. They offer so much to all the students.
Being at California State University, San Bernardino felt like a huge blessing and opportunity for me and my family. However, as I continued the student experience at CSUSB my perspective changed. Most teachers (not all) treated me coldly and, sometimes, as a burden when asking questions. After attending a different school for my graduate degree, I noticed that CSUSB lacked the relational aspect of the teacher-student relationship. Overall, it was a decent experience.
It's honestly a campus that is welcoming and staffs are really friendly and would help out when they possibly can. It's my junior year there and it's been a ride, but I am glad to feel comfortable in the campus when I come. I love seeing the view from campus, nature is one of my favorite things in life. I would volunteer at times to give back to the community and would cherish the memory. There is nothing for me to give out a change to them, all I want is hopefully they all are still open-minded and aware of oneself.
My experience at CSUSB as a sophomore has been easy and fun. They offer not only in person classes, but online classes as well. Lastly, CSUSB cares for students safety and health.
Incredible school! Strong school atmosphere that encourages learning and academic achievement. Beautiful campus with many nice faculty members. Currently attending and have been enjoying the last 2 and a half years here.
Being a nursing student, I feel very blessed for the education ive received here for my future career. However being accepted into the program at Palm Desert Campus, I feel as if we are excluded and are given less resources. There are very little housing resources and students coming from out of town have to fend for themselves and hope for the best.
Coming from a 2 year school, this school is great. It's enjoyable and how much they make you feel cared about is day and night.
I've only started in seat learning this semester, and I'm studying economics. The teacher to student ratio is very good, but that is likely due to Covid-19. However, each teacher has been attentive, and responds quickly to student needs. As for the campus, it feels fairly laid back, but pretty. It is good for a student who simply wants to go in, earn a degree, and then get job without spending too much.
It has only been a month for me being here at CSUSB (PDC), but I actually like it and it is a really good school! Everyone is nice and really chill. My professors are nice and cool too. I know I am going to succeed here.