I attend the Spring Hill campus of this school and have hated my experience there. It's a fairly cheap school, seeing as it is a community college. The campus is always clean and well kept. However, diversity is a minimum because of the community it is in and athletics are no better than the high school level. Sports are only offered at the Port Richey Campus. Also, there is only one small food truck on the Spring Hill campus, no dining options at all. There is next to no student life on campus and the professors are exactly what you pay for. My humanities professor went above and beyond but some professors fall extremely short. Many teachers make their political ideologies known, even in classes where politics are no factor in the curriculum. There are very minimal chances to meet new people and everyone there seems to already have their group. Overall, I can't wait to transfer out of this school, worst choice I ever made was to stay local.