| Sort By:
| Chicago State University is a JOKE! |
Some people will say that SOME programs are good here but I disagree because the general educations classes that every student has to take is so lacking its no way a program at this school can be at a REAL university level academically.
I transfered into chicago state from another university and quickly figured out this was NOT going to be a challenge and the rest of my Undergrad experience would be a cake walk. I never studyed and rarely bought the assigned book for classes because teachers allowed so many excuses from students. The sad part is that many students that spend their entire college career at Chicago State has NO IDEA what a true college experience is and probaly never will.
I will only recommend Chicago state as a last ditch effort for a guanteed Degree, before they lose they acreditatinIf your transfering from Chicago State to another NON HBCU becareful because your painfully handicapped.
|Aug 18 2010|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2006 |
I chose to come here out of a quick decision, but now I regret it and wish that I had went back to community college and took more time to look at other schools. Before going here, I had an aunt who said that I shouldn't go here because most places don't offer jobs to Chicago State graduates. My aunt said the middle school she subs at turns down all jobs desired by Chicago State graduates. Well, I ignored what she said and registered here anyway. Now I'm rethinking if I should transfer to another school, and I think I will.|
The demographics here are mostly Black. There are the occasional Asians and Whites who are mostly all foreign. The architecture of the school is really pretty. It seems like they're really trying to bring the school up aesthetically, but beautiful architecture doesn't help a school's rep. As soon as you step out of campus, it's pure filth. I wouldn't walk around this neighborhood during anytime of day. It's a "bad neighborhood." Mostly everyone that goes to this school is a commuter and I don't see how the kids who live in the dorms get out. There's nothing outside of the campus to do, but go buy liquor from the co-naH sto (corner store).
So, all in all, I would say that this school is for:
- baby mommas (they offer daycare)
- people over the age of 40 who are already settled in a career and desire degrees just because
- getting a few "easy" courses out of the way to satisfy a degree at another school- hoodlums
|Mar 12 2007|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2011 |