100% of students
It's a good place for gen ed credits. Professors are wonderful, but the buildings are old and not very up to date.
Watch out for leaks in the dorm rooms, and arrive early on campus at the beginning of the semester to get a parking spot.
As a small campus, there are never any real issues in getting to places. You could be eating at the dining hall and have class in 15 minutes and not feel rushed. The professors make it a point to be involved and to help you succeed. Clubs often offer ways to form connections with respected majors, such as the Biology Club, Psychology, and so on.
The only downfall is that it is more of a commuter school so often that means commuters miss out on events. Other than that the University is grand.