The California University of Pennsylvania "has a beautiful campus set on the Monongahela with brick buildings and well maintained landscaping; it's hard not to fall in love with it." Students say that this affordable university's "facilities are top-notch," and the campus has "wonderful dorms and that is where you live after all." "It's in a small town so it feels safe, but it's only 45 minutes from the airport and downtown Pittsburgh." Cal U, as it is known, "is very good for students who want to commute instead of living on campus, especially people who are non-traditional students." However, "the parking situation is a headache," and "commuting sucks since I have to park in a
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