San Diego State University Reviews
Rating 3.73 out of 5 5,034 reviews
As we all know, we are all going through a pandemic and taking online course is very different from actually being in school and learning with other students. It is manageable, but somewhat difficult.
San Diego State University has a welcoming environment. It is also close to home and has many known majors that I was interested in.
The online learning experience at San Diego State University is fine and the only problem I had with the online experience is that there is sometimes too much homework.
Not everyone at SDSU is a drug dealer and sells drugs. Also, Some people at SDSU use Adderall. The party atmosphere at SDSU is too much. .
They are very amazing and i love how they teach and do what is important for the future success. Everyone can go for this it’s really amazing and you will be grateful you did that’s my words
San Diego State is out of touch with their students needs. I did not feel cared for after my initial orientation. I have struggled to find a welcoming community at San Diego State and I feel administration contributes to this issue. However, the traditions and legacy of the campus is impressive. I have encountered some average professors and teachers who I felt were either out of touch with their students needs or disregarded them. I have also encountered some good teachers and professors who were helpful, fair, and knew their topic very well.
Often difficult to get the classes that you need, and a lot of teachers are just awful at their jobs
Almost every class that I took had no consistent structure and I have had to basically teach everything to myself
I attended San Diego State starting in 2015. My experience at school only got better as my years progressed. They made many renovations and improvements from my time as a freshman to my senior year. I found the school to be relatively unsafe in my freshman year with several "areas to avoid" but as constructions took place and renovations made, the campus and surrounding area felt like a place that I could fully enjoy my college experience. From studying in the commons to sharing a beer with friends at Eureka or heading to Viejas to support our basketball team, I made many unforgettable memories at a school I grew to love. In terms of improvement, I think they could add more lights down Campanile so that it is less dim during the night.
I think San Diego State is a great University. I love the overall atmosphere here at SDSU. It is a big campus with many things to do. I would love to see a change in the meal plan during these unsettling times though.
I personally like the online experience. I recommend taking advantage of the many office hours. I think learning online presents a new challenge, but it is a good one. This is because the world is beginning to lean towards technology.
I enjoyed pretty much every class I had to attend. I was blown away from the care I received from teachers, who genuinely had a big passion to teach you and watch you succeed.
I only took one class online. The teacher was pretty hard to get a hold of. So it wasn't my best experience at State, but I made it by and it was made up by how well the in-person classes were. A lot of my friends, though, did take some courses online and had a much better experience than I did where they professors did their best to giving them a good and interactive experience.
All of my classes so far have been online, I did not think I would have been able to get through adapting to online classes without my professors. My professors were clearly understandable about some students having a difficult time to adapt to online classes. Professors have motivated me to attend meetings and classes and always obtain a professional, positive attitude. My online experience has been challenging but something I have been able to endure.
I think it is a great institution, a variety of degrees and programs are offered and it has good student life.
I think they have adapted well to online learning. My only criticism is that they should lower tuition if it is only online.
Online learning at SDSU was super easy and helped lift some of the full time course load. It was nice not to have to go to campus some days.