College Sophomore 2013-11-25T21:08:34Z
There are a lot of really incredible professors here, that truly care about students and learning. Registration can be a pain if your major has few professors, like psychology and anthropology, because there are very limited spaces in classes.
College Sophomore 2013-09-04T01:12:27Z
I chose Pacific University because it offers majors of all areas which really pleased me. I changed my major my freshmen year from my first option to my second option because Pacific allows for it's students to have options. All of my professors so far have been nothing but amazing, they really make it their job to show you that you and your education to them is very valuable to them. The class sizes here are fairly on the small side when compared to other universities so it makes classes more interactive and much more worth both yours and the professor's time.
College Sophomore 2013-06-19T14:30:56Z
I'm a psychology major. This wasn't a problem before, but now Pacific is trying to increase its student population by a third in the next 7 years. But we're not hiring more professors to help with the increased need for classes. For two semesters in a row, I have almost not been able to take a psych class AT ALL. When I actually get my classes, the workload is fine, and all the psych profs are great. But availability of classes is becoming a huge problem.
College Sophomore 2013-06-02T01:57:03Z
Although Pacific is a liberal arts college I am majoring in computer science and the curriculum and process seems to be actually quite good even though it isn't a very common major.
College Sophomore 2013-06-02T01:53:25Z
As a computer science major the programming is a lot of fun but a lot of hard work and mathematics mixed in. The job opportunities once you graduate are phenomenal and it's almost hard not to find a job as a programmer once you graduate.
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