I have to agree with the person who posted about Toledo and their drive-thru people. That was absolutely right on.To say that Ohio is the least desirable state in the United States or that Toledo is "crazy" is extreme. The majority of Toledo is one large Suburbia. The University of Toledo was built within an existing city. As a result, campus has not spread out around the area already allocated to it. The growth of the university is limited because it surrounds existing neighborhoods. One of these neighborhoods is the affluent Ottawa Hills. Yes, downtown Toledo is within miles of the campus, however, it is really thought of as a separate area of the city. I have only been down there to visit a museum or for dinner on the Docks. Some students do choose to closer to the downtown area because the "urban" atmosphere appeals to them. Most students, however, choose to live in apartment complexes filled with other students or professionals. You are not likely to run into a "crackhead" jogging in one of the Metroparks, wandering around campus, sitting a Beaners, or in your apartment complex. Honestly, Toledo is not my favorite city of all time but is tolerable for three years of my life. On a plus side, Toledo is located relatively close to a lot of other major cities in Ohio and Michigan.