The best part of the overall experience is the student body and activities. Everyone is so friendly, and after a year or so you will have found your group of friends. Even outside that group, most everyone will be friendly to you as you see them in a hall or in the cafeteria. The activities are abundant, with hundreds of clubs, sports, and Union board events throughout each year. It's fairly hard to get bored, no matter what kind of person you are. The worst part of the overall experience is the value. You pay $60,000, but they won't give you textbooks. Or school supplies. Or even soap. The tuition is exorbitantly expensive. Also, it's not a very academically rewarding place to be. You will do A-quality work and get B's or perhaps even C's, and so you either have to spend ridiculous amounts of time on each assignment or you have to suck it up and accept some lower grades.