Hi! I go to Thomas Jefferson. I love it. What would you like to know? Feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Most of the professors are very helpful and really care about students doing well. Whether it's after class, office hours, or email, you can always count on them.
Personnel is very friendly.
Because it is a small school, you get to know practically everyone in your class; which at the beginning can be great if you're new to San Diego; but it can be annoying later in the year when everyone knows everyone else's business. Still, you're there to get a degree, so with that in mind, it's easier to rise above that.
The quality of life is good. You don't feel there's a cut throat competition around you.
The facilities are not impressive by any means, but it's alright. They're not ugly and hey, they're practical.
Lots of Mexican restaurants near the school, the parking situation is not the best, so arrive early!
The computer labs are alright, but most people seem to have their own laptops. Still, the labs are good for printing out from Westlaw and Lexis Nexis for free.
The library is good to study as long as you don't sit near the circulation desks. The people who work there can get loud when having casual conversation among themselves.
The people at financial aid are very helpful.
Anything else, just email me.