was expecting to have a good experience at CSULB since
graduating from JC and I was proven to be wrong
in my later years. When I came to this
school, the soar people were very unwelcoming and very unhelpful.
I could not get the needed classes I wanted
for my major and was stuck with a couple of
irrelavant classes. The peer advisors were not very helpful
at all. Worst off, the events were only for
the so-called popular students; therefore, if you were not popular,
you were not allowed to join. A majority
of the students were very rude and obnoxious. The
female students were interested in the boys, rumors, and excuse
making as the boys were interested in one major thing-sex
and partying. I would be considered an outcast, since
I do not partake in what these students do.
Mostly, making friends was not an easy thing for me
My major was decent, except for
a few professors whom I will not name. They
made my classes miserable with their arrogant attitude and put
down the other students if they had any other opinions.
I did have a few good instructors here, though.
In addition, your freedoms and rights were violated. You
cannot even give your own opinion without the students and
faculty berating you for your right to freedom of speech.
They also tell you what you can't eat, drink,
wear, live, etc. That is none of their business
and have no right to rob me of my freedom
to coexist with society.
On the other hand, the campus
(when school is not in session) is nice and the
basketball arena is nice.
My advice to those transferring who
are having the same problems I had is to join
organizations outside of this school and make better friends.
I did that and I have met a lot of
nice people outside of here.