Sure, it’s a nice piece of property.
It has a crappy retention and graduation rate, especially if small class size with lots of student-faculty is such a good thing.
There are apparently all sorts of legal issues about the use of the property.
It has clearly a long history of poorly thought-out decisions…such as encouraging faculty to build and own houses on campus without actually allowing them to own the property.
They admit almost everyone with four out of five saying no.