I am about to start my sophmore year in fall 2009 and cannot wait. My freshman year was amazing. I learned many things in class that I used outside of class. Professors take the time to answer questions students may have, and make convenient office hours for us. I know this school has a lot to offer to present and future students.
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Cal State San Bernardino is mainly a commuter school, so there is a hugely diverse population, ranging from youngsters just starting out, to transfer students, to older folks who are coming back around for a second career. This diverse crowd makes for a lively and intelligent forum where ideas can be shared openly and safely. The learning environment is all inclusive to ensure that no student is left uninterested.» Read More
CSU San Bernardino has a reasonable tuition below $3,000 and there is a student employment office for students to work on or off campus to pay off loans. University Hall have a writing and tutoring center with students who enjoy helping other students in their time of need, by appointment, and has several computer labs on campus for students to use. Most of the teachers here take pride in their teachings and help students with their assignments, most even have a fun personality and aren't strict.» Read More