At my school, you are not immersed in this large population of the hardworking student. Here you find relaxed, not too concerned individuals. Professors are a hit or a miss. I've had some professors who are super concerned about helping, then you have the ones in the chemistry department who slam their doors as soon as they hear students approaching. The system operates very slow, but they try, and that's what matters. I love the school because when you connect to someone faculty or staff, they truly guide you. That personal connection makes up for anything else. I cannot comment on campus life since I do not live there, but I have stayed at a friend's room, and man, those things are tiny. My favorite experiences include anything with the Biology or Food Science departments. The staff really makes you feel welcome and really try for you. Some of the Math department is that way as well. As a student with disabilities, ADHD and Dyslexia, the disability coordinator really makes student feel equally valued as well. TAs are underutilized, but that stems from the lack of organization in the University its self.