I'm a high school senior living in rural San Diego County. I applied to SDSU about a month ago because of the lower cost of tuition and the proximity to my home (1 hour away instead of 1:30+ for UCSD) and have read that it's a pretty good school. There are, however, a couple things that trouble me and it'd be great if anyone could reassure me.
I read a review suggesting that the technology used on campus varies from class to class with some still using chalk boards and 1988 vhs tapes as core material. It was just one persons review on yelp so i'm taking it with a grain of salt, but if this is truly the case it'd like to know for sure. I'm pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science so a school that is up to date with the recent technology is important to me.
If anyone could tell me how their general experience has been as SDSU that would be nice too. How have the professors been? Do they provide enough personal attention considering the the large student population? And how's the social life for people who take their education seriously? I'm not really a party guy so i'm wondering if there's room for people like me. I'd like for there to be enough people I can relate to.
I'm looking forward to it. Thanks!