The cost of credit is too high, but if you study something in the communications field, it's totally worth it. I'm speaking for the Puertoricans who study here because it's expensive for them. If you come from the US to study here, it will be considered cheap for you. It has a lot of opportunities to learn about the field inside the classroom and outside; you just have to look for them and ask. The food is also slightly expensive, but there are always cheaper options available. Look around places near the university, and you will find better options. The cost is the biggest problem here and the lack of scholarships provided by the institution. I had a lot of economic problems here, but thankfully, I got help from the university. Other than that, the education is good for communication majors and the experience is nice. People are helpful there. If you have any kind of issue (economic, for example); they will do everything they can to solve it. The technology is modern and works well. The newest addition to the university is an innovation center, which is beautifully built like every place in the university. You can easily feel like you're studying in a modern 21st century university with how it looks and all the technology available.