It's in downtown Portland, OR
The student:teacher ratio, the quality of the science programs and teachers, the interest, or lack thereof, the teachers have in teaching.
diversity of students
I don't really like the quarter system; the terms go by so fast. And there's no real senior project requirement, which seems weird.
I would have to say the best thing is the city of portland and how green the school is. its also very open minded and artistic.
the price. not out of state friendly. plus the estimated cost of attendance is like 4000 short of the actual cost. not cool...
There is so much going on on campus and it is so easy to get involved in anything your heart desires. Just an incredible amount of activities and organizations to get involved with such as Campus...
The failure to have a universal website for all actions dealing with PSU. Too many websites to remember that if I don't have them bookmarked in my browser I forget them, but it's not a huge problem.
The business school is accredited
It's location and programs.
The weather it's faced with.
Diversity, sustainability, urban campus, park blocks, exceptional engineering and science programs, public transportation hub, vegan/vegetarian food, food cart utopia.
Not your typical college atmosphere. Many students live off campus and commute.
A great city with great people. Most of the professors care about their students, but claim that PSU's grades are inflated, making it easier to get higher grades.
It is easy to lose yourself in the large student population. This makes it seem tough to get involved with campus activities. (HOWEVER, I believe if someone really wants to get involved, it is...