a current student here
The school has some great professors and staff, and most of them are accessible through office hours or appointments. On the other hand, some classes focus mostly on memorization, which I would rather do for free at a library. For the subjects which focus on how you apply your knowledge, the classes are more interesting.
Tuition has risen a couple thousand dollars for the past few years, and it would be a lot better if the education could be cheaper. The school offers scholarships and grants in addition to government funds, but in case tuition keeps increasing, get some private scholarships to add funding to your education.