95% of students
Clean, open, lots of places to study
There are so many stairs! But it is a good workout
CSUSM is known to be a commuter school due to its location. However, you are still in San Diego county, and the school is still relatively close to the beach. The nursing program is excellent and very well received by the clinical sites. I've had no issues with the program and would say 95% of the staff is AMAZING!
Stay on top of your academics but be sure to allow time for yourself and your friends. Check out available clubs on campus. There's something for everyone, even if you aren't that social.
The teachers will actually teach you and are very passionate.
The stairs(you’ll see when you get there)
I love how each professor balances student life and work life. Many students have internships and/or part-time jobs so having a load is stressful, and yet my professors are really understanding.
I didn't like how CSUSM only focuses future workforce within the SanDiego County, California is a large state with opportunities for future hires and should dedicate to spreading communication with neighboring communities.
College is great even though it was a slow transition between Covid and getting back on campus. You can find social events and activities as long as you go out and look for them. In addition, the academics are great and strive to help you along your educational path.
Although it is a great school, there are some aspects of the college that aren't as great as I hoped. It is a smaller school so you don't get the same feel as a bigger, more known college as well as the traditions and activities that come with them.
The campus is very clean, everything is within walking distance. Good public transport connections via train and bus.
Some classes are hit or miss when it comes to professors. You can get a good class with an enthusiastic professor or one where the professor does not really teach much. Student life exists but is not very vibrant. Food is decent but most stores on campus close after 6 PM.