What is the biggest misconception about CSUMB students?

What is the biggest misconception about CSUMB students?

Follow-up: How would you change your school?


DAVID NIXON | Student | Seaside


A: That students at CSUMB are not political and don’t care. I believe that students don’t have the chance to express their concerns.


Up Side: I would stress art and cultural awareness. I would reconstruct the system where students will have a bigger voice.


YESENIA MACIAS | Student | Seaside


A: That a bunch of rich kids come here. Just because we live in Monterey doesn’t mean we’re rich. 


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Class Up the Joint: I would change how departments are organized. They don’t communicate effectively with each other. 


AVERY GOULD | Student/Restaurant Worker | Seaside


A: That it’s not a good school and people that go here are dumb.


Big Ideas: I would make classes bigger, make it easier for students to get into classes and have a bigger language department. I would also give the school a football team.

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