100% of students
I like the openness of the staff and how diligent they are about their jobs. Based on the experience that I've had, my counselor was very attentive and even suggested meetings in order to make sure my schedule consisted of the classes I wanted as well as showing me how to navigate my way around the student resource websites. The dedication they have to make sure their students understand their resources is phenomenal and the amount of time they spend with you is not too much and not too little. Everything is structural and if they feel as though they want you to know more about their campus, they'll try to make sure all of that information is retained through more virtual meetings or follow-up emails. They're great at making sure they understand their students and even make their learning spaces more personal by allowing you to speak your mind and informing us all that they're safe spaces for self-expression or even sharing your thoughts.
I personally have not run into any problems that compromised my ability to learn or receive materials from the school. Nothing there has affected my education and everything I need is within my reach, so I can't give any feedback about negative experiences.
The amount of support from teachers.
The poor quality food.
The sense of community.
How hard it is to enroll in classes.
Pretty solid community college, with research teachers beforehand but there are some really good teachers there so I would recommend it.
Food isn't all that.