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My experience so far with the University of California, Irvine has been for the most part pleasant. UCI has many resources to help the student in their studies. They provide opportunities for study abroad and scholarships. Excellent school for the price, except if you live on campus it's super expensive.
Doretha F., Current Student
UCI is a great research institution with many programs and resources to offer to students. I love the dorms, they are very nicely furnished. The food is great and there are a lot of clubs on campus to join.
Boyce K., Current Student
The university of California was an amazing school. Beautiful campus and pretty good education. Everyone is extremely kind and friendly. The community is safe and the academics are very helpful.
Jerrica C., Current Student
Overall the university of California is the nice school, there are various clubs and sports to be more involved with the school. The dorms are not as good as I thought, but they are safe.
Carlie L., Current Student
The school was overall nice. The academic and professional opportunities are endless. However, there is no social/party life because everyone is studying.
Merna G., Current Student
The University of Irvine California is a great and welcoming school. Very nice area and very helpful people. The surrounding neighborhood is safe and makes you feel super comfortable.
Toi H., Current Student
Mostly is okay for new students. Not enough diversity and social life.
Ivy C., Current Student
Great school. Really like the campus and environment. UCI has amazing academics. The opportunities in research UCI offers is astounding.
Darrel M., Current Student
UCI is the perfect school! UCI provide many programs and resources to students. Although there is not much school spirit in sports, UCI makes it up in its student organizations and events.
Tracy D., Current Student
Fantastic school. UCI has a great campus. The atmosphere and student diversity is very good and welcoming to visitors.
Marcellus S., Current Student