CSUCI is the newest Cal State and a small one but definitely worth checking out. There is a brand new business school, gorgeous library, small class sizes, new housing, and engaging teachers. You get a private school experience at a state school price. Stick out the general ed, and get engaged!
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Channel Islands is a great school for anyone looking for a small school and a good relationship with faculty. It is a great environment to learn in and even better to build experiences. It is in a perfect location for nature lovers and for those who love the outdoors.» Read More
This school has a fair selection of professors, but terrible staff especially in Sage Hall. The campus is a smaller size, it's hard to get lost. Class offerings are a joke, they have classes listed in your major that haven't even been offered yet.» Read More
On a scale of one to ten the atmosphere of friendliness is a ten. The class sizes and teachers are great. The bad part is that it is isolated from the town so if you want to go out you would have to have a car or take the bus.» Read More
Cal State Channel Islands has a beautiful campus with great teachers that interact with their students. The administrators like the dean are welcoming to students and are open to getting to know students on a more comfortable level. The class sizes are reasonable and have a great impact on actually learning better and getting help from the professors.» Read More
California State University Channel Islands is a beautiful campus that provides the student with a small, close-knit college feel. The teachers and staff genuinely care for your personal success and are always available to assist you in any way possible. Since the campus is on the smaller end, having around 4,000 students, you really do get the private school feel at the state university price.» Read More