I also go to PSU and I am graduating in June (Yay).
The only beef I have with the school is that it can be really hard to feel connected on the academic side of things. It will take a month to get an appointment with your adviser and even then they may not be able to answer the questions you have and you will end up talking to four different people just to find out about grad programs or what not. The school is the biggest in Oregon and it definitely shows, you get what you pay for and even though tuition is rising its not being put back into areas that will help students succeed overall.
I am on the pre-med and exercise science track so there are quite a few students in my program and it can be easier to make a connection in some of the smaller programs so just keep that in mind. If you are looking to go somewhere that your teachers will know you and make time for you then PSU probably isn't the place for you but if you self disciplined and can do well in classes of 200+ kids then go for it.
- R.I.P Tommy E. 1988-2005 -