United States, California

Located in Camarillo, California, California State University Channel Islands is a mid-size four-year public college offering both undergrad and graduate programs. The 737-acre university campus is split into a North Quad and a South Quad, with the North Quad home to a lot of the faculty buildings while the South Quad is comprised of a 23,000-square-foot Student Union and the Bell Tower, where a lot of the campus classrooms are located. CSUCI is established in 26 areas of study, as well as eight academics centers and institutes.

Campus Life

CSUCI facilitates with three student housing villages, named after the Channel Islands. Also, accommodation complexes are well-equipped and accommodate a small proportion of university students. CSUCI’s location presents students with a fantastic opportunity to explore one of the most exciting areas of California, from the nightlife of the major cities that surround the university to the beautiful coasts and the breath-taking Santa Monica Mountains.

Noted Alumni

Among the notable faculty members is Assistant Professor of English Sofia Samatar, author of the award-winning novel A Stranger in Olondria, as well as Economics Professor Sung Won Sohn, who is widely recognized as a leading US economic forecaster.