It's a growing school - soon to merge with it's sister school, the Art Institute.
It's known for its psych program first and foremost, which I understand to be fairly good. Education is second, with business third. There is talk of all departments growing - which I hope will help all facets of the school develop.
Classes can be really good for your schedule or really bad - some are one night per week, so take that into consideration. The profs seem pretty flexible as the school is designed for working adults.
No big campus feel - it feels like your average business office, which can either be good or bad. I wouldn't mind a little more distinctive feel myself.