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Academics are well rounded for the most part. The classes are very challenging, and there is constant studying occurring when you are not in class. Assignments can be stressful, but I guess that is what you would expect from a professional school. Faculty can be hit or miss, depending on their specialty or area of focus, but they are usually accessible for questions. The curriculum is pre-scheduled, so there is not a need to register or sign up for classes. Interprofessional classes can be a pain since the professors may focus on the medical students over the pharmacy students. But overall most of the classes follow a good curriculum.
Registration is simple. Classes for all students are the same, so there isn't a need to register or sign up for classes each year. Professors seem to be enthusiastic about what they teach, and are available for questions. Workload is intense, and you can expect to be studying every day for many hours, it's what you would expect from a medical school. They are many popular study areas - for extreme quiet, there is the back of the library - and for single study rooms, those are also available and in excellent condition.
I haven't looked too much into off-campus housing, but from what I have heard, there are pros and cons. If you want to leave in a decent place, the price is pretty high. If you want to live somewhere that is less expensive, it doesn't seem to be well kept. On the plus side, there seems to be plenty of housing options available around campus.