California State University-Monterey Bay
100 Campus Ctr
Seaside, CA 93955
About the college
The Monterey Bay University in California was born in 1994 on part of an army base called Fort Ord. The university is accredited with providing quality education to the less fortunate financial community. Low income families and single persons all can benefit from enrolling at Monterey Bay. They wish success for everyone despite economic hardships or unemployment. Having the skills for a career can take you as far as you want to go and in California Monterey Bay wants to help you with your educational adventure.
The campus for the California State University Monterey Bay is located in Seaside, California. Because of its location, students can get real world hands on experience with the ocean being one of their classrooms. The campus is 1,387 acres of educational goodness. The school is inexpensive, but the coursework is not easy and students have to work for their success. Classes can be taken online and alerts can be sent to your cell phone if a class is cancelled. The views at the campus are priceless with a rec room full of various student activities. The lunchroom is even state of the art. They have organic vegetables and forks made from potatoes. The school is all about uses objects that were made from biodegradable and compostable products.
California State University Monterey Bay has an extensive list of fields of study for its students to immerse themselves in. Interdisciplinary majors, minors and other programs are offered as well as graduate degrees. The fields of study offered included, but are not limited to advertising, Earth science, journalism, library administration, speech and wilderness leadership. The list is from A-Z so you can imagine all of the possibilities. At Monterey Bay, the success can be found in various outlets. It all depends on you and how far that you want to go.
College Type: 4-year, Public
Offering: Bachelor's degree, Master's degree
Campus Setting: Rural, Fringe
Campus Housing Available: Yes
Student Population: 4080, 90% undergraduates