August 30, 2005 > Cal State EB recognized as 'Best in the West' by Princeton Review
Cal State EB recognized as 'Best in the West' by Princeton Review
by Kim Huggett
The Princeton Review, one of the top evaluators and guides for university-bound students in the United States, has selected California State University, East Bay as a "Best in the West" college for 2006.
It is the second consecutive year that Cal State East Bay has been recognized by the Review, which provides college preparation aid to more than 117,000 students annually.
It gave the university a high recommendation after a survey of Cal State East Bay students about campus life, academics, and their classmates. It found that CSU East Bay students gave their university high marks for "small class sizes, knowledgeable professors, and its scenic location in
the Hayward hills."
The university was one of 40 California institutions of higher learning recognized, and one of four from the California State University system (the others are Cal State Long Beach, Cal State San Bernardino, and Sonoma State).