College Freshman 2013-11-28T22:11:25Z
Living on campus is an experience. The saving grace is our open mic night, when there is really a sense of community and creativity. There's lots of music, lots of hacky sack, lots of laughter, a good amount of noise if you live in certain areas. The cost is somewhat ridiculous, but I find college to be overpriced anyways.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T22:08:43Z
The houses up here are dirt cheap as compared to the Bay Area. I only hope they still have available options when it comes time to actually move in. Furthermore, there's a bulletin board with postings of roommate/housing offers in our Housing Center. Houses range from very close to several miles away.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T22:06:30Z
I'm currently an Environmental Resource Engineering major. Our science building is amazing; we have this giant greenhouse which is awesome for botany classes, and a whole lot of labs. Furthermore, there are lots of opportunities for internships as well as travel abroad programs for science majors.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T22:06:30Z
I love the library for studying; it's vast and peaceful. The professors are very welcoming and willing to work with students. Personally, I've had a very manageable workload, comparable to high school. Registration is easy, and usually classes are open if you get an earlier registration date. They also offer supplemental instruction classes for some of the harder classes.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T22:02:05Z
Personally I don't drink, but those who do find it easy to do almost any day of the week, it's quite entertaining. On Thursday nights there's an open mic night down the street, and most weekend there's a show somewhere. One great thing about Humboldt is the music; pretty regularly the school will host a band, be it a jazz trio or post-hardcore.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T21:59:36Z
Arcata is a beautiful place. I live in a redwood forest. People this far north actually talk to each other, and are friendly just to be friendly. My only warning is that there's a good amount of transients, so if you're frightened of dirty hippies, go somewhere else.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T21:57:12Z
Coming to the Pacific Northwest, I expected a whole lot more rain and fog, but it's been dry and sunny so far. Sigh, climate change.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T21:56:27Z
Guys & Girls:
This question concerns me greatly. Is there some database somewhere, rating how slutty and/or attractive the girls at colleges are? What good does that do the girls? I get that it might be alright to gauge the community and the "feel" of a school, but damn, show some respect to diversity, and to differing opinions of beauty. Some people are loud, some are quieter. Some people smoke cigarettes, some sit on councils. On average, I'd say everyone is everywhere on the range of attractiveness, both fun and geeky, sometime stuck-up mostly humble, etc. etc.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T21:51:09Z
Personally, I have never attended a football game; I've associated pigskin with patriarchy way too much to be comfortable sitting in a bleacher, cheering on men hurting other men. But our facilities are pretty great nonetheless, and the gym is accessible to anyone, students, clubs, and athletes alike.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T21:48:20Z
As a vegan going to a school rated #2 vegan-friendly in the US, I excepted a whole lot more. As a student in a town which has banned franchises, I expected a whole lot less foods bought from conglomerates; frankly, I find it ridiculous and hypocritical that my liberal, progressive school only offers Kellogg's brand cereal for breakfast, and Coca-Cola owned Odwalla's on every counter.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T21:45:09Z
It's probably great; as a college student fraught with financial woes, I've never actually eaten out. But the community offers lots of locally-grown food, and even a vegetarian restaurant right off campus. It's quite delicious, so I've heard.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T21:41:30Z
While their are many computer labs on campus, with printing below 50 cents per page, I still find our entire educational system to be entirely classist in regards to technology. If I didn't have a laptop, I couldn't succeed in college, end of story.
College Senior 2013-11-25T19:28:51Z
There seems to be Greek options for those interested, but it isn't played up to be ultra cool and the best thing out there. It's available but at a respectable distance.
College Senior 2013-11-25T19:26:56Z
There could be more variety, but for a small town, that can be hard to come by.
College Senior 2013-11-25T19:26:05Z
The only downside is the availability of computers in labs at certain times of the day. You can usually find an open lab, but not every lab has all the programs you need.
College Senior 2013-11-25T19:23:59Z
Campus dining offers a great variety of food that everyone seems to enjoy!
College Senior 2013-11-25T19:22:57Z
It can seem long and tedious, but the financial process is worth it! Any help is appreciated.
College Senior 2013-11-25T19:14:58Z
The gorgeous scenery and variety of majors makes HSU a great school for anyone! The campus isn't too big or too small, though you still get your exercise going from class to class. I would come back for sure!
College Senior 2013-11-25T19:11:24Z
The beautiful scenery and friendly community make Arcata a great college town.
College Sophomore 2013-11-19T01:30:18Z
I'm not personally an athlete but many athletes seem to like our gyms and other facilities. I enjoy the dance room for my yoga class.
College Sophomore 2013-11-19T01:29:13Z
There isn't really Greek life.
College Sophomore 2013-11-19T01:28:35Z
I do not qualify for financial aid so I have to work many hours a week to help pay my rent and bills. Which is completely unfair and it's the one thing I hate about college is that I'm not getting assistance when everyone around me is.
College Sophomore 2013-11-19T01:27:37Z
Gorgeous scenery, good food, and friendly people. Not so great in the transportation department and Arcata is also very far away from any other big town or city. SF is almost 300 miles away and so is Portland, OR.
College Sophomore 2013-11-19T01:25:56Z
When I lived on campus, nothing was taken too strictly. Which was nice.
College Sophomore 2013-11-19T01:24:37Z
The recreation major/department is new to me but so far the professors are great and the classes seem like they're going to be interesting and fun.
Sorry, there are no reviews.