a current student here
if you are looking for a degree in healthcare or engineering, you are in the right place! these are the biggest parts of the school and are what societies, internships, and employers are looking for.
as someone who is in environmental science, a program of only 35-40 people, the smaller programs can be a challenge as often the professors are overstretched between too many obligations and don't put all of their focus on teaching or research.
i would only recommend the school if you can handle the small, rural community nearby. are willing to put school ahead of fun, and have patience for a small group of staff who run the offices and can be challenging.