This is a great college for people not quite ready for the full college experience I think. The classrooms are small as far as student wise. The average is 14 students per classroom, so unlike other major colleges you get one on one time with the professor. If it weren't for this system I probably wouldn't have excellent grades. They also have tutoring and other resources to help you. As far as i'm concerned, living on campus is a nightmare, especially for freshmen. People are very loud and childish at 1:00 in the morning. The bathrooms are disgusting from people not flushing and the toilets getting clogged. But from what I heard if you survive freshman year with not terrible grades you move to the sophomore dorms where things should be a bit better. Other than that, everything else as far as the gym, athletics, food, and other activities is pretty decent.