| Total Grad Surveys || 3 |
| Females || 2 |
| Males || 1 |
| Avg years at University || 1.7 |
| This is a horrific place for disabled students. The office established for supporting the disabled students is mostly an excuse for a few people to collect a paycheck by doing as little as possible to actually assist disabled students. Requests for accommodation were dismissed and denied with reasons including "because we don't offer that accommodation". The director of their disabled services dept. looks at customized accommodations (accommodations not on their list of services "offered") as too "time consuming" for her to deal with. The attitude of the school's compliance officer is predictable as he is the head of the school's HR department. Hearings of complaints by students include NO student advocates but include advocates and representatives of staff and faculty. Neither is this a university that cares about its disabled student population nor is it a university with any serious intent to comply with the ADA. Disabled students should attend a different CSU campus where treatment of the disabled is taken more seriously.|
As a California tax payer and voter for well over 35 years, I am convinced given what I've now seen with CSUSB that measures that would provide funds for supporting CSUSB are not being well spent at all.
| Sep 24 2010 || Education |
| I attended this university after having attended a private university. Primarily, the tuition is what caused me to choose this university. However, after this term when few classes are available except for online, I might rethink attending here. In Public Aministration, many of the falculty are pompous and self-absorbed with getting their name published. However, I have had the pleasure of coming in contact with several professors and adjunct professors I would not hesitate to take any class he or she taught.|
Several of the students I have come across are know-it-all egg-heads, who in the real world would find the pomposity challenged. I have had the pleasure of meeting genuinely interesting individuals who are attending as commuters and international students. For those looking for the typical college experience, Cal-State San Berdu is not for you. Go elsehwhere. For students who are looking for value for money spent on tuiton. Welcome!! Make the best of your time here.
| Mar 18 2010 || Business - Management and Administration |
| I was a new father and working full-time in San Bernardino. Examining the daunting task of getting an MBA while working full time in the area, I was somewhat limited in my choices -- Univ of Redlands, Cal State San Bernardino, and Univ of Phoenix. In factoring all the benefits and BIG TUITION COSTS, I concluded that Cal State was the best value for the $$$$. Dollar for dollar, CSUSB was a GREAT choice. I really enjoyed getting to know my professors and engaging the academic material. |
Some professors really appreciate the graduate students who work hard and engage because of the welcome contrast against a few LAZY undergrads!
| Nov 30 2007 || Business - Management and Administration |