U of I provides fantastic support for disabled students, both physically and learning disabled (from firsthand experience). Various student support and health awareness programs. Most professors are fair and understanding. They were all college students too once, be honest if you need extensions/help. The town of Moscow has a huge, active social community-the department of student involvement and student council are phenomenal. Sports program is spectacular, we have amazing soccer, basketball, and volleyball teams, only football team has struggled. Dedicated and award winning ROTC program for all branches. U of I has huge Greek system which has contributed to college’s negative reputation as a party school. On-campus living isn't good, although dorms have been recently updated, the rooms are still cramped, worn-in and leave much to be desired. The meal plans can be summed up like this: quantity over quality. Good service, allergy and veg-friendly, but the food isn't good.