This school, after 3 semesters, appears to me to focus on actual quality of education. The classes are interesting and challenging. The teachers are great. There are no "free" or "coasting" classes. You have to think and do the work.
The administration is a bit flaky. They aren't always available and when they are, it's likely that they don't know what you want to know, with the exception of the financial aid people...they really know their stuff!!
The bathrooms, while not always filthy, are not kept up well (frequently out of paper towels and soap). (they DO have those seat covers for the toilet, though)
The computer lab is good.
The library is a joke.
The on-campus child care is not good enough. They only take 3-5 year olds. If you have a child of any other age, you're outta luck!
Parking is plentiful. There's a bus route (only one way, though). The snack bar is a restaurant that operates WITHOUT the financial inadequecies of the student body in mind (read: not cheap!).
There is NO coffee machine and the restaurant closes at 6 (NO weekend hours!).
There are nice quiet areas to study and designated smoking areas. The arts are well-represented. The college has its inadequecies, but overall, you can get a good education here (just bring your own lunch).