Well, since I just did a brief visit of the school, I may as well toss up a few thoughts for those that have no idea:
I expected the school to basically be a few buildings along a street with no "campus". However, the school does have a campus feel including a common, grassy area in the middle of the buildings and it is actually somewhat pretty.
Apparently the park immediately across the street from the school is referred to as "danger park". A friend who attends, and is no fearful person, says it's not a good idea to be around the park around/after sunset. Mind you, this is immediately across the street.
The neighborhood of the school is definitely a little run down, not absolutely terrible, but not the nicest. I live in a pretty bad part of San Francisco, however, so it didn't phase me or make a particularly bad impact. I just wish there was a large shopping center with a Safeway, some restaurants, and other stores very close.
The on-campus housing, at least one building, is really ON CAMPUS. One of the buildings is one side of the grassy central area, where one side of the housing faces all of the housing. I am a "live in the cool area where things happen" kind of person, but I'd likely opt for the lackluster neighborhood and on-campus housing if I attended. Mid-town, would likely be a 2nd year move.
The library seemed clean enough and not terrible. I've heard gripes about their library needing renovation, and they were definitely doing construction. It felt small to me, but I suppose that given the size/resources of the school, it is probably what I should expect.