I would highly recommend not moving here, due to:
1) The floors, ceilings, and walls are paper thin. You can hear everything. I lived in the middle apartment, and was constantly receiving noise complaints from my neighbor beneath me, and heard everything from my neighbor's above. I woke up at 5am every morning, as it sounded like the elderly couple were moving bowling balls from one side of the room to the other.
2) The apartments are old and cheap. There may be some that have been updated, but my appliances were from the 1980's, and acted like it. I was able to easily fix most of the problems, however the biggest problem was when the front door knob just fell off suddenly.
3) I have lived in many apartments in many states, and was surprised at what I had agreed to when I moved out. For the amount of rent, non-refundable deposit, how they figure their water/sewer/trash, and pricing for any repairs, I paid more in move out fees than in that complex than in any of the 7 others I've lived at combined. It's not worth the price, compared to the multitude of other apartments around you.
Sure, for the most part, the staff is nice, although I spoke with them over the course of two years more than I have my other apartments combined. Sure, the area isn't too bad. Sure, they're eager to get you in, mostly due to people leaving so quickly, I'd imagine.
Don't waste your time. I sigh a breath of relief that I am finished living there- it pushed me more than ever to buy a home. Rent somewhere else- or at least shop around and ask about: deposits, both refundable and non-refundable (make sure you realize that non-refundable is money that just disappears), any fees that you may have to pay, both before, during, and after moving out, the cost of utilities, during and after (or way after) you move out, if you have a pet, make sure you know pet deposit, both refundable and non-refundable, as well as pet fees per month, the price of carpet, and whether it is pro-rated if there is any damage when you move out.