Good selection of classes, good certificate programs, can easily reach a certificate, an associates, or transfer. Good counselors department, no bad professors that I have seen, laid back environment, much like a high school. Good restaurants on campus, good community, good programs and lots of events and clubs. Very active community.
Price per unit keeps increasing but thats throughout California..
Although there are many busses that stop here, the 90/91 doesn't come often enough, and parking is a bit of a hassle. If you live nearby, or within the bus route of the Beeline 3 or 7, you should have no problem, but if you live in south Glendale, like me, be prepared to either take 2 Beelines, or spend $52 on a Metro Pass monthly, and wait 30 minutes every day to go home. Parking is around $50 a semester I believe.
Many apartments and houses nearby, but Glendale is EXPENSIVE to live in.