a current student here
This completely depends on what you make of it. Shenandoah offers so many opportunities for students, both on campus, off, and abroad, that are often free and if not at a discounted price. For example, on some Thursday nights students get a discount on bowling. There are trips that students can take, such as tubing, horse back riding, and hiking that you only have to sign up for. Getting your money's worth also applies to classes. SU is private, so it's tuition is much more than that of a public university. However, if you really invest your time and efforts into the classes, get to know the professors, and build relationships with them, I believe it will pay off in the future. The connections you can make just through one person and that relationship you have are incredibly vast.