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| Don't make any of the professors in this department angry, because you will be working with them for your entire time at the college. Music Fraternities are time-sucking and generally not fulfilling past the pledging process. People are mostly self-absorbed and generally boring.|
However, there are some professors who will genuinley go out of their way to make your day better. Many thanks to Patrick Langham, Ted Cetto and Francois Rose for being those people. I did make some good friends in spite of the people who I generally dealt with. Don't expect many conversations about anything but music and personal drama though.
The Campus is beautiful.Only go into the Music Education program if you know exactly what you want, otherwise you will be miserable!
|Jul 24 2010|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2010 |
| This is a great school, for me. There are a few minor things that I would like to see improved upon, such as the surrounding "city". There really isn't anything to do in Stockton. However, the campus is VERY nice, and the quality of education taht I am receiving is well worth the price. |
|Aug 10 2007|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2010 |
| I came to Pacific from the East Bay and I immediately fell in love with the campus. It looks like it was plucked from the East Coast and placed in Stockton. While the campus is beautiful, I have come to learn that is not very important. Class sizes are small and I've met some amazing people. The professors are nice and helpful. However, Stockton is a miserable place to be. We receive "campus safety" e-mails way too often about students being robbed at gunpoint or knife point. There are not very many clubs to join unless you are of some rare ethnicity. There is never anything to do on campus, so most people just go home. If you want a pretty campus with pretty good classes and you plan to go home every weekend, I would recommend this school. |
|Dec 21 2010|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2013 |