San Diego Miramar is a public college located in San Diego, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,766 undergraduate students. The San Diego Miramar acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Business, Biology, and Automotive Mechanics. Graduating 43% of students, San Diego Miramar alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,400.
San Diego Miramar College Rankings
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.44 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.38 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.37 responses
Most Popular Majors
Automotive Mechanics122 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science96 Graduates
Child Care Provider94 Graduates
Social Science Research Methods76 Graduates
Fire Protection and Prevention75 Graduates
Aircraft Maintenance69 Graduates
Diesel Mechanics69 Graduates
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San Diego Miramar College Reviews
I really like this institution -- the professors are very well-knowledgeable and, from my experience, care about their students. They're also passionate about what they teach. Other staff, like counselors (and really everyone I've met so far) are wonderful. Professional and care about you. Everyone I've met so far wants their students or peers to succeed. The campus, also, is very beautiful. New buildings and renovations = a beautiful, convenient and clean campus. A wonderful place to study. There are so many computers available as well as other resources. Very glad I started my college path here, and highly recommend this college to others, who are interested in transferring after 2 years or simply want to get an Associate's degree!
Graduating from high school can be difficult when others know what major they want to pursue but you feel like you don't. I knew that I didn't want to take out student loans just so I could attend a four year university and wasn't passionate about a certain major. So, I decided to attend a community college (San Diego Miramar College) and it was the best decision. I was helped financially and encouraged by the amazing counselors to choose a career that I was very interested in. The campus is not too small and not too big, it is easy to get around. One of the counselors asked me "What career would you choose to do for the rest of your life even if you were not paid to do it?" I immediately knew what I truly wanted to pursue. Miramar provides a variety of classes to help you figure out what you want enjoy doing and what you're good at. I really hope you get to experience Miramar if you can relate to any of this!
San Diego Miramar College is a beautiful 2 year community college located in Mira Mesa. Even though it is a small campus, it looks amazing. There is an area in front of the math building with a tree and benches surrounding it where plenty of students like to go and either study or just hang out. At night, the lights look gorgeous. Whoever set up the campus lighting deserves an A+ because it is stunning! On top of the campus appearance, the professors at Miramar do a great job at making sure their students understand the material they are being taught. The counselors at the school are very helpful. The coolest thing they offer is a 2 year planning session where you sit down with them and they'll help you figure out what and how many classes to take over a 2 year period while you're there. It is also very easy to make friends here as most of the people are very easy to get along with. Overall, Miramar was well worth my time.