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Expansive public research school in Orange County, known for its science & engineering programs.- Google
"Very top notch public university...will only be ranked higher in time."
"Student housing if very nice."
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Byung Kim
in the last week
Enjoyed my time here. The office is usually really understanding about your situation and are very helpful. There were a few misses, but I liked most of my professors (informatics major). One issue with this school is the bikes and skateboards. They really need to enforce the rules about them.
Kevin Chau
a week ago
Great and clean University. Not confusing at all to find classes because it's literally like a circle so you will end up finding the correct building eventually. Also in the middle is Aldrich park which is really nice place to just hang out. There are also a lot of water fountains to fill up water bottles with. Con: it's not that big, so it might get boring fast.
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Sherry Sapp
2 months ago
My experience is as a parent of a grad-student, and for that I am grateful. I'm embarrassed for the simple-minded dolts who have displayed their ignorance so publicly by commenting erroneously on a situation they clearly haven't bothered to investigate. Thankfully, it appears none of these misfortunate individuals have ever attended this--or, based on their misuse of language and numerous spelling errors, likely any school past fifth grade. (Our grad-student son is from a long line of career military members.)
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Nicholas Barari
2 weeks ago
Considering I am constantly here to study at Gateway, it offers great services. If you attend here, try to join as many clubs, organizations, etc. as possible to make your experience memorable. It is in suburbia, so there isn't a whole lot to do.
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Eric Mannarino
a week ago
Great university with a relaxing park in the center. The location is wonderful. The professors are very good, though they definitely give more attention to research and grad students than to undergrads. (For EECS anyway).
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Shafee Mohammed
a week ago
A wonderful place to learn and to grow personally and professionally. Loads of clubs to accommodate everyone's interests. Special shoutout to AGS
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Mav Singh
6 months ago
I did my undergrad here and I can honestly say I had the best experience. I was a commuter but I was still able to get involved as much as possible and the professors and programs are great. Additionally, the social environment is great, all of the students and staff are very outgoing and social, making it very easy to make new friends and get along with everyone. I definitely recommend it to anyone who wants a great education and a a great college experience.
Cher D
5 months ago
Can't understand why it is taking so long for the FDA to give their approval for the University Of California Irvine to get under way with the work they want to perform on people with RP or Retinitis Pigmentosa. At 1st we were waiting on the funds now that the school has the funds we are waiting on the FDA, we have been waiting for over 2 years this is very frustrating. We aren't even being kept up on with this might turn into a possibility. We have been dreaming for many many years for an opportunity that might husband just might be able to see now that we've been given a chance for a dream to possibility come true we're still having to wait. My husband has missed out on his entire life since this dreaded disease has taken his eyesight slowly for all of his life. It was discovered around 5 years of age he was having difficulty with his eyesight but there was not even a name given to it yet. He has lost out on doing all the things a child does, a teenager, a young adult, a young married adult, a middle aged adult & now and older gent. None of this is fair in my eyes, I'm his wife of 41 years now & even though I have my eyes it's like being in a prison, because I've never been able to enjoy him & myselves life because of this horrible disease. We are childless because of this disease neither one of us wanted to bring a blind child into the world, it's hard enough with a blind husband. Please FDA at least I'd like to spend the later years with my seeing husband if this is possible. We've heard in Europe this same research has been done on people with the same disease for a man who was almost totally blind now able to drive with 20-40 vision. So FDA you see this is extremely hard to sit this out I'm in my 60's now and my husband in his 70's please let us enjoy each other in our old age we did the best we could until now. Now there's is a chance and you know what they say when you get older you lose all your patience. I give the school 5 stars for their effort they are making to do this research, I give the FDA no stars for dragging their feet.
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