Great school, if you're rich. That's the size of it.
Don't get me wrong -- the facilities, dorms, and city are all great. What I found most valuable was working with and learning from my peers.
I graduated in 2013 and I have a whopping $173,000 in debt.
At this price, they should have ONLY the best, most invested faculty, financial planning courses, and RIGOROUS one on one career coaching -- basically, for $200k +, they should hand you a career on a silver platter. I am lucky enough to have found a job in my field (Industrial Design) right out of school. I started at 40k, and I now make 75k. I also have to work a second bartending job and do freelance work to make the payments.
I have no regrets, but would warn anyone that without rich parents or a full or half priced ride from the school (extremely low chances), you will be limiting yourself to a life of financial burden and worry. Not worth it.