Facilities are about average, desks and chairs are fine, school desktop computers are unbelievably slow, wifi is pretty slow too unfortunately. I do like that the projectors are aimed at white boards making slide interactions much more valuable.
The general ed courses are weak, the instructors seem to parrot info from the book/slides and don't display a deep knowledge of the course material, however the job placement courses are solid for young students heading out into the workforce as is the course on goals and stress mitigation.
Workload is average for a student with a full time job and probably low for a student without a job.
They seem to provide decent access to job fairs and opportunities but I do not actually know any students that have gotten jobs or internships from them.