100% of students
For me, the draw is being close to home. Not having to live in a dorm saves thousands of dollars! (Also, after attending three different schools, I can confirm: Dorms suck.) Also, the professors are very personable. This may not sound like a big deal, but it makes reaching out and asking for help so much easier. Class sizes are small and your professors will know you by name!
As a queer person, I find it difficult to be around so many closed-minded individuals. While the faculty and school are usually very open and accepting, students can be a different matter entirely.
I liked the student-to-professor ratio. The class size was not too big or too small. The professors were also very easy to communicate with and get help from.
The dining hall food is not the greatest and not dietary restriction friendly, but they are working on making it better.
Small campus, with small classrooms. All the staff care about students and make you feel welcome and part of a family. At a big school, I think you'd just feel like a number, but at Wilmington, I know most people and feel like they care about me and my success.
Being a small school in a smaller town, there aren't a lot of things to do except hang out with friends.