The library is nice and quiet, with the aroma of the adjacent Subway and Starbucks drifting in.
There are an endless amount of on-campus activities to be done, from clubs to jobs for extra cash. There are many places to relax or get work done. However if you want to get work done on a computer, make sure you have access to a plug in the wall.
The overall environment is nice. Almost all the students and faculty are amicable and courteous. There are plants everywhere, looking like a tropical paradise. Also, cats!! Cats everywhere!! Pets that you don't have to pay for! Which is great, since on-campus housing only allows small quantities of fish.
It could be better with more things geared to people college age.
Athletic centers: We have several athletic options as far as teams go, but these aren't highly supported by the student population, no one knows for sure why. There is a gym open for student use (you'll get that fee in your tuition) and there is a pool with hours for everything from open swim, lap times, classes and so forth. There is a second campus called Momentum that houses our soccer field, track, and tennis courts. There are plans to expand this campus, but that will take several years.
Student Center: Called the UC, is undergoing expansion, and also contributing to our parking problems since they've closed a couple parking lots during construction. The UC houses most of our on campus eating options, several office areas for things like Career Services, Sand Dollar (where you get your ID, parking passes and so forth), the student book store, mail center, a couple break rooms for students and the ballroom. While it's a nice area to hang out with your friends, it can get loud in there depending on the time of day, so you probably wouldn't want to study there.
Library: Our library has a lot of services, is mostly quiet and a good place to study. We have group study rooms that can be checked out on a walk in basis, the only downside to these are they aren't soundproof. There is a super quiet study room, but you can't use your cell phone, laptop, music players or any other electronics in there. There are also rooms in the media center upstairs that you can use to prepare for your presentations, and other group work. They have smartboards, computers, audio visual equipment and so forth. We also have a special collections center and the library itself houses some art pieces that add some interest if you're just looking for a quite place to hang out between classes. The library is one of my favorite areas, plenty of space for individuals and groups, lots of materials and programs to get materials they may not have on hand.
Green spaces: We have a lot of green space on campus, it's not a huge campus, but they've made the most of it. We have a lot of tropical plants, trees to cut some shade when it's really hot, covered walks for when it rains. We also have feral cats that don't know they aren't supposed to like people. There is an organization on campus that cares for them, but don't be surprised if you sit on a bench and find yourself with a new furry friend, they are really quite friendly and I'm not a huge cat person.