a past student here
Make sure you do your research and have a major in mind already before you start applying for classes. They have a relatively few amount of professors that can teach certain higher level courses, especially in math, physics, and chemistry, so it would be in your best interest to plan your courses around those classes. Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus aren't held every year, so this is also needed into consideration when applying. You may have to take a one-on-one course as needed for you math and science majors out there. Don't get me wrong: the professors that work there in the math and science departments are very excellent. It's not due to anything on their part. The school just needs more professors. I do recommend that you bring a cup of coffee or even a soda to class if you are even the slightest bit tired, if your professor allows you to. There are some rooms in both buildings that they are at just the right temperature to put you to sleep instantaneously. If you dislike rushing from one spot to the next: do not take classes that are right after each other in different buildings if you can help it.The distance is probably about half a mile, and with the weather either being blistering hot, or frozen solid with wind gusts, it's going to be a long half mile. I recommend that you find a buddy that has a car if you want to go places, as there isn't much you can ride your bike to safely, or at the very least, without a great deal of effort.