The professors are generally interested in their students' successes, and the faculty to student ratio is really nice; there is a lot of opportunity for one-to-one interaction. However, campus-wise, a lot of the buildings need updating still, especially the English building. This building is not even ADA compliant, as it lacks an elevator. The buildings that have been updated are very nice, however, and the nursing and psychology department buildings are gorgeous. Overall, it is a very good college to attend if you want to be closer to home, or if you're looking for that small town college kind of feel.