The main thing I like about this college is how most of the instructors seem to have a genuine interest in the students education and success. Most offer to meet outside of instructional hours. Most tend to remember names and faces. A lot of the instructors are very experienced and/or well educated on their subject matter. For example, a criminal investigations instructor spent a decade or more as the director of the local police department's Criminal Investigations Division.
The main thing I dislike about the school is the lack of convenient class schedules in the interests of graduating in a timely matter. For those who work full-time, including myself, it is a challenge/difficulty to find and register for classes that do not conflict with work schedules. Many classes are not offered outside of full-time work time periods. The lack of options provides an inconvenience. However, it is understandable due to the fact that many of the instructors are only part-time instructors.