Just going to echo what everyone else said. Students and professors seemed very friendly. It's also great the a lot of the professors teaching at McG are published and those are the books that students use in class. Very impressed with the hands-on learning aspect that McG has to offer. I am all about learning via doing, and it seems like McG has that part covered well. Even though the guest speaker's speech was moving, I was a bit disappointed that he did not really touch on why McG is a great school. All he said was, took the LSAT here and so, decided to go to school here. From what I heard, their career services dept. does everything it can to help a student find a job and map their career starting the first year of law school. Never judge a book by its covers; in this case, its ranking. In terms of job placement, McG is doing a hell of a lot better than SCU and USF. They have a lot more students reporting salaries in the private sector as well. The campus is quaint, but I did not like the surrounding area too much. If I decide to attend here, I will definitely opt for the on-campus housing. The rooms are freaking enormous and relatively cheap. $650 for a studio i think and like $800 something for a single room. Overall, a thumbs up for McG.