If I'm ever hankering for a slice of carb-y cheesy goodness I go to the Union. They have the option of pizza every single day in the cafeteria. EVERY DAY. Also, the sidewalks are shoveled and salted after flurries. They clearly care about our well-being. My psychology advisor is really cool this semester. He experiments on ducks and his hair is always perfectly gelled (ratio is about 60% hair to 40% gel). I rarely ever comb my hair but this guy knows what he's doing. Great school. Amazing pizza. Incredible hair.
I usually have smaller classes (less than twenty other students), my professors are simply amazing, my dormatory is nice and the people in it are generally friendly people. I get great value for my money here, though it often runs short. It's really easy to make friends here and feel at home.
I definitely brag most about my instructors. The instructors at the school were amazing. I didn't have one that I didn't learn from or appreciate. They were great at helping me learn and also helping to develop my own personal skills and talents to ensure my success after graduation.
I brag about the great art department that I am fortunate to have while attending here. The professors and how they're so talented with what they do and it keeps things interested and I feel great to know I am being taught by people who are blessed with such a gift.
I always say that my school is really close knit. Everyone in my residence hall gets along really well and we all hang out on a regular basis unlike some schools where the students don't even know who their neighboors are.
Excellent class size. The classes are small enough that the professors can get to know you, but not so small that you feel like you are answering all of the questions.
I brag about how the teachers are always there for you. If need help they are great about working with you to make sure you are understanding the lesson.
I talked about the classes I take that offer trips abroad and internship that are hands on with your interests.
The number of international students and how diverse campus is.