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California State University - Long Beach

English Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 5/7
Student Surveys
(in English)
Males: 0, Females: 12
Average Yrs. Completed: 4.2

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.3 Medium
Actual difficulty:4.6 Highest
Students found the coursework to be harder than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English30-40%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities


The DSS program is helpful for those with disabilities; therefore, students with disabilities should take advantage of the various services. There's ...
the campus is poorly maintained-the janitors do not take care of the campus along with people trashing it with litter and graffitti. sad day for soci...
The disabled students program was very helpful and helped me out when I had issues. On the other hand, general students and professors were plainly r...
This is a good school if you are willing to study and focus on your major. I actually learned a lot within the few years that I attended here in the ...
Do not try to please everyone. There are a lot of weirdos at this school. Don't get me wrong, there are good people there, but I've had a lot of bad...
There were some good programs geared towards helping the disabled students succeed. There was a good tutoring program that helped me out with my work...
Campus life is a drag. There are too many students wasting their time gossiping rather than working and nothing gets done.
Recently, students have been very rude on AND off campus. I use public transit and some of the other students have been attrociously rude. The have ...
There were some programs that did help me throughout school and that was the good part about school. However, most of the negatives come from profess...
A life lesson I learned here was to just be yourself, don't be someone that you are not. I made some really good friends here that I still talk to by...
For the most part, a good number of the students were kind of rude, yet, sometimes they would waste other people's time by going off subject (celeb. g...
watch out who you take. Some professors take advantage of students by discrimination. Don't let them victimize you. Ask your adviser or peers and u...
The campus is hardly friendly. Too many students on bicycles and skateboards not adhering to the city code of no skateboarding and ride bikes careful...
My experience here sucked! People's attitudes were miserable as they would berate me because of my disability. I do not need this crap.
What irritates me the most is how group projects are assigned. Nobody cares if you have to work and do other acitivties on the weekends. I had classe...
My major was a real drag. A part of my education was useful, but a good number of my knowledge was useless as I had some hardcore--- professors who w...
The assignements these professors hand out is way too demanding for the appropriate level, causing a lot of unhealthy stress and nobody cares. Furthe...
The programs for disabled students were helpful. People were helpful in advocating for students with disabilities in taking care of matters. However...
The Good: Tutoring services, help for disabled students, shuttle service. The Bad: Buildings are in poor shape, too much vandalism around campus an...
My best advice about getting through school is getting a tutor that can meet with a group or one on one to aid you in the course. I've had tough clas...
Don't take too many classes here at once. Their tradition of learning is cramming heavy workloads that are grad level than undergrad and be careful w...
I absolutely love it here. I picked this school over UCB and UCLA...everyone is super-friendly. If you come from a cutthroat high school you may find ...
If you are interested in social activities and school clubs, then this is a school for you. But for me, who does not fit in with the popular crowd an...
If you plan to go to this school, you might want to think before you take a class. By using rate my professor, and listening to the adviser and other...
There were a couple of good programs that helped me out the last 5 years I was there. However, most of my years at the school was horrendous. The ci...
There were some good programs geared towards helping the disabled students succeed. There was a good tutoring program that helped me out with my work...
College life here is a joke. What annoys me is having to find racy nightclub flyers on the tables outside when I am studying. I am very displeased wi...
Kids here are real snotty-their attitude sucks so bad, that I was treated like a minority around them. They would make fun of me, harass me, and degr...
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