The good thing: it's in state, so cheap tuition
The VERY bad thing: It's a D.O. school, which means my future prospects are diminished about 50%. To put things into perspective, if I wanted to do cosmetic surgery as an MD, there are about 100something residencies. For a DO, there are 2. Great.
I didn't even get into my alma mater even though I got a 30 on the MCAT and they are known to let people in that have the same or worse GPA as I do, and way lower MCAT scores (i.e. 22s and whatnot). I wanted to just stay here so I don't have to get a new house, move all my stuff, etc, etc. I mean it's better than not getting in anywhere, but it's barely better.
Suffice to say, it could've been worse, but I am wayyyyy not happy.