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Honestly this school is extremely average.Quite BrightAnthropology
Honestly this school is extremely average. There is nothing that really spoke out to me. The students here are very close minded about anyone from a different state much less a different country. Most students are from NorCal. Super tough to live here without a car. Public transport is not the best. Look into SFSU is you want more opportunities with jobs and internships.
1st Year Female -- Class 1921
Education Quality: A-, Surrounding City: D
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Faculty send you outBrightNursing
Faculty send you out for internships they don't even arrange and they take no responsibility and the internships are not appropriate but they don't listen
3rd Year Female -- Class 2017
Useful Schoolwork: B+, Education Quality: D-
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I am going into my second year atQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I am going into my second year at SSU and I am part of the NCAA cross country team and a sorority. There are always many things to do and things to participate in. The campus is absolutely beautiful and the weather is perfect not too cold or too hot in winter/summer. I love the school. I had many other opportunities to go to other schools that were harder to get into or ranked higher but at Sonoma the people are amazing and there are so many opportunities. Plus you're really close to the city in case you want to see a concert or game. I almost forgot the dorms. Best dorms I have ever seen. My freshman year we had a living room, kitchen, and our own bathrooms in the dorm room. They will blow you away. If you get involved and make an effort to make friends you will have an amazing time. I have met some of the most influential and passionate teachers. I think I may have gotten lucky but wow being in a school that allows smaller class sizes makes a huge difference and the teachers actually care about your future and grade. I completely recommend this school.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: C
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