The initial response to such a vast intersystem of resources, and facilities is quite overwhelming, I suggest coming to check out the campus at least twice before making your decision. Only because there is so much to navigate, and learn to utilize you may need to write a list of places to go, before attending orientations; you may get swept up in the enormity of the campuses, and forget what you really would like to seek out. The college overall is a friendlier place than most. They even offer some cleaning and laundry services for on-campus students, and a wide array of activities (over 1,000 orgs/clubs) just in the end of 2016. A great place of fostering innovative ideas, and utilizing resources to make those ideas a reality.