Florida Southern College distinguishes itself from other schools because classes are taught only by professors, not by grad students. Most of the teachers have their PHDs, so they are very passionate about their subjects and often willing to meet after class with students who have questions or comments. Most professors know students by their names and notice when they are absent. Workload depends on the teacher, but usually coursework isn't anything outrageous.
Advisers are very good at making sure students graduate on time, with knowledge about courses and the requirements for graduation. There are certain times you can sign up for classes, based on how many credit hours you have. It can be tough to get into the classes you want, but eventually you will get them. Just be patient. Generally, advisers have a small number of advisees, so they are able to give individual attention to each student. However, there are some advisers who are very popular within their department, so they have a bunch of advisees.