a current student here
If you're interested in this school, don't expect a fancy campus or much of a campus at all. In my opinion it's just a bunch of buildings separated by the local streets, that just happen to be apart of one school system. Also, make sure your math, writing and/or reading scores on the placement test are really good otherwise you risk taking remedial classes and wasting money for no credit; or you risk having to miss an entire semester and take workshop classes instead, and only if you pass the tests after the workshops will you be allowed to register for classes. The system isn't great in terms of organization and people available to help, but it definitely teaches you independence and the diligence to have to do things on your own.