What are the academics like at your school?
Class sizes are relatively small at SU and so it is not unusual for professors to get to know their students' names by the end of the quarter.
My favorite class at Seattle U was a Renaissance philosophy and theology course that was supplemented by three weeks spent in Italy during the summer. Another favorite class was called Intro to E-commerce and Information Systems. It taught me html coding and web authoring as well as the importance of technology in the business world.
Underclassmen as well as Nursing students and Engineering/Science students study more than other students. But as you get older, students often get internships and work experience so studying happens in a very different way.
The education at Seattle is geared toward educating the whole person. The core classes cover a range of classes from math and science to philosophy and theology. But as a business student, I feel that my education has helped me learn how to prepare for getting a job and starting a successful career.
Because Seattle U. is a Jesuit University, many of the professors are priests. So you will often see students sitting or walking with priests and talking about class over lunch.