I spent 4 mostly good years here. I really like the campus, and I feel like I got a great education. The employees of the college, staff and professors alike, were very helpful and knowledgeable and easy to approach. Now for the things I didn't like: it was too small. There were something like 14 or 1500 students here. As a consequence, the only courses offered are the basic ones, and while small classes are nice, you don't have a whole lot of options on what to take when. Interim term helps with this problem, as the courses offered are usually really different and great. The other thing I didn't like was how "greek" it was. It seemed like everyone was in a sorority or fraternity, and it was hard to establish a social life without being Greek.